What Do We Do?
Our aim is to mobilize kids around the world through their schools to help save animals from extinction and protect the biodiversity of our planet. We only have one!
Raise Money for Conservation
Through their responsible fundraising efforts, our global network of school clubs raise money to support global conservation efforts
Support Conservation Organizations
We have identified leading conservation organizations around the world helping to protect Elephants, Rhinos, Amur Leopards, Sea Turtles and Bees
Raised Against Our Target of
How Does It Work?
Our goal by the end of 2021 is to have 10 participating school ARK clubs and 1,000 participating kids who have raised $10,000 to support the organizations listed on this site.
Approach your teachers with the idea of starting an Animal Rescue Kids club (an ‘ARK’) at your school to fundraise for conservation.
Your teacher or school Principal send us an email to let us know that your school would like to join the global ARK community. We will list your school on this website.
Supervised by your teachers, you and your classmates at school get together to make and create things and activities that raise money for the conservation organisations we support in line with the ARK Club Guidelines.
Your teacher or school principal donate the funds you raised directly to the conservation organisations we have created a GoFundMe or Global Giving campaigns for on the 'Donate' page on this website. You do not send any money to us and we do not take any fees or commissions whatsoever.
Share stories and photos of your activities with us and we will post them on the ARKtivities page to celebrate your creativity and success and hopefully inspire other ARK clubs around the world with your brilliant fundraising ideas.
You can follow our progress right here.
The more schools that join and the more kids that participate, the more organisations we can support as a global community of ARK clubs.
Sir David Attenborough has told us we need to act now. As kids we can't wait for the adults to take action for our planet and there's lots we can do. There’s not time to waste.