Earth Rangers Fact Sheet

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Download and print this information sheet to help with your Bring Back the Wild campaign

A great way to show your Bring Back the Wild supporters how passionate you are about protecting animals is to give them some extra information about Earth Rangers – just in case they want a few more details! This fact sheet will explain the Bring Back the Wild program, Missions and where to access more information!

 
  • Click the link below to download your Earth Rangers Fact Sheet.
  • Make a few copies and have them ready and available to hand-out to people who supported your campaign.
  • You can also use this sheet to provide supporters with your Username so they can donate to your campaign online.

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109 Comments

  1. kaminandjaylen says:

    cool

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    coolgirl80 Reply:

    nice

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    cottonwood12341 Reply:

    awsome

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    hulkfire1 Reply:

    epic

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  2. YeltonLongNose says:

    Huh?

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  3. TheScottRock says:

    cool!!!!!

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  4. Butterfly17 says:

    What I am going to do is if people donate or to get people to donate is to give them a fact sheet.
    For the people who did donate is to give them a thank you card.

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  5. AriannaTimea says:

    Neat.

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  6. lmqrnk says:

    hi there i am new i can’t wait to help amazing animals like these

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  7. jenitaB3 says:

    thank you for the idea

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  8. AbboTheEggo says:

    Awesome! Thanks a lot Earth Rangers.

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  9. Natasha12 says:

    great!

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  10. destiny7 says:

    yea im probly going to download this

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Earth Rangers is a registered Canadian charity (#892200528RR0001) whose mission is to educate kids about the importance of biodiversity and empower them to protect animals and their habitat.