EXPERIENCE THE JOY OF NATURE IN THE WILD
Wow what journey we have a PBS television show! This was one of the most challenging projects I've ever took and I am truly grateful for it. Now that it's here there is a great responsibility to continue to share and Deliver the best program we cna for the love of animals people and our planet. Please watch the show on PBS.org let us know what your thoughts so we can make it better!
This project encompasses all of the projects we've done all in one! As of January 31, 2022 we will begin a mission to bring school supplies, deliver Nature Now 360 magazine, install concrete floors, and share live video streams from the wild with children worldwide. The first destination is Madagascar, followed by many other destinations throughout 2022. The overall mission is to make people happy though the discovery of creatures in nature.
This project to create one of the worlds first VR 360 Nature magazines to bring children a way to safely discover animals, is a great success. This was made possible through a Kickstarter campaign that raised over 10,000. Nature Now 360 Magazine was delivered to over 2500 children in the United States and Madagascar in 2021. As of January 2022 we have four issues featuring five species completed. 4000 new orders are currently scheduled for delivery during our 3rd Quest for Kids Mission.
Thanks to the generous contribution of the Kamal Foundation, Avalon Park Preserve, Center Val bio and many donors we constructed a nature center in Madagascar. The Nature Center makes it possible for children to have a safe place to learn about their environment, take classes, and receive nutrition.
Since before the construction of Nature Center Ranomafana we have shared our program with thousands of children remotely and in person. This Building is the base for weekly programs that run every Saturday . We are currently working towards creating additional programs at this facility for 2022.
In 2012 The Wildlife Kids Club International INC. EIN 45-5556571 was established to help children connect to nature and to each other while helping support wildlife and environmental stewardship.
This was the beginning of a Nature Center in the town of Ranomafana. Since this photo was taken we've done hundreds of programs to connect children in US schools to the rainforest, animals, and children of Madagascar, Philippines, Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Borneo.
This project was one of the most heart breaking and uplifting projects we've done to date, because it saves the lives of countless children who die of childhood diarrhea. We were able to install more than 300 floors.
Wildlife Kids Club International is a 501c3 not for profit EIN 45-5556571. Your contribution is tax deductible by the extent of the law.