Last year thanks to zoos and schools across globe who participated in International Red Panda Day helped to raise over $12,000 and over 1,000 Red Panda Rangers which supported our work to protect Nepal’s red panda population!

As a Red Panda Ranger, children are recognized for learning about red pandas and environmental conservation, and helping to spread the word about red pandas.

Some of you might celebrate IRPD on a weekend that works better for you, just let us know the date, so that we can support you via our social media channels! If you organize an IRPD event sign up here – we will add you to our partner list.
Tell us if you’ll also do fundraising at your event; we can share our events fundraising guide based on the best feedback we received over the years. Thank you very much!

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Help Save Red Pandas Today!

By confirming your participation in International Red Panda Day, you are helping to support our growing efforts of environmental conservation education for people around the world, both for adults and for children. You can download our newest 2016 IRPD Guide with fun and educational activities, and you can ask us by email for Activity Guide 2016 coveradditional promotional and fundraising materials for your organization.
And of course: send us pictures of your event to post in our gallery — Have fun!
If you cannot organize your own event and don’t see your zoo in our list, ask your school or zoo to participate and let us know whom to contact. Click here » to find zoos near you that have red pandas). Thank You !

If you have any questions – don’t hesitate to contact us at: info@redpandanetwork.org

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