JOIN THE MILLION

LETTERS CAMPAIGN

Do you love nature?

Write a letter telling why you love nature

and why you want to protect it.

                  WRITE A LETTER NOW:

                       1 Letter = $3

                243 Letters = 1 Acre of Land

WILL YOU JOIN OUR MILLION LETTERS CAMPAIGN?

     Collecting letters now and throughout 2021

WRITING A LETTER RAISES MONEY TOO.

Each letter raises $3.00.

This is enough money to buy a classroom size of land on the Reserve in Ecuador.

Download Here and E-mail to:
jusinsfrogproject@gmail.com

 

HERE ARE A FEW REASONS WHY YOUTH LOVE NATURE

AND WHY THEY WANT TO PROTECT IT.

NATURE IS PEACEFUL.

Being in nature decreases stress. -Greater Good Science Center

NATURE IS HOME TO ANIMALS.

Rainforests are home to MILLIONS of species. 70% of the lands animals and plants live in rainforests.

NATURE PROVIDES OXYGEN.

Rainforests produce between 20-30% of the world’s oxygen. -Rainforest Trust

NATURE PROVIDES FOOD.

Over a quarter of the medicines we use today have their origins in the rainforests – and that’s after only about 1% of rainforest plants have been examined for their medicinal properties!

NATURE PROVIDES MEDICINE.

Over a quarter of the medicines we use today have their origins in the rainforests – and that’s after only about 1% of rainforest plants have been examined for their medicinal properties!

WE NEED TO PROTECT NATURE BECAUSE......

NATURE IS BEING DESTROYED.

Rainforests produce between 20-30% of the world’s oxygen. -Rainforest Trust

NATURE IS BEING POLLUTED.

NATURE IS BEING ILLEGALLY CUT DOWN

NATURE'S CLIMATE IS CHANGING

WRITING A LETTER RAISES MONEY TOO.

Reserva’ s Million Letters campaign is an effort to bring your opinion to world leaders and save important habitats at the same time. They need kids everywhere to write a letter explaining why you love nature, and why it is important to protect wild places like the rainforest. In return, Reserva will match your letter with $3 toward their youth-funded reserve project. That's enough money to buy a classroom-sized piece of land!