TELUS has made a commitment to support the World Wildlife Fund Canada.The four year, $1-million partnership with the organization focuses on supporting the conservation of Canadian animals and their habitats – after all, TELUS loves their critters.
This holiday season they’re selling their plush panda critters in stores for $9.50 with all profits supporting WWF-Canada. What’s neat is that they have also launched a Twitter powered critter vending machine at Pacific Centre.
How does the machine works?
Cool tech stuff:
More info on the critter campaign:
For every tweet and Instagram photo that includes the hashtag #hometweethome, TELUS is donating $1 to WWF-Canada. At the same time, TELUS will donate $1 to the organization with each “share” or “like” garnered on Facebook and givewherewelive.ca. This is in addition to TELUS iselling plush panda critters in-store and online for $9.50 with proceeds supporting WWF-Canada.
Since 2000, TELUS, its team and retirees have donated more than $7.8 million to animal and nature related causes.
WWF (World Wildlife Fund) is Canada’s largest international conservation organization with the active support of more than 150,000 Canadians. They are creating solutions to the most serious conservation challenges facing our planet, helping people and nature thrive.
For more information on the critter campaign, please visit givewherewelive.ca.
CAMPAIGN ENDS DECEMBER 14, 2013