In honor of Earth Day2021, 100% of the proceeds of our Helping Ninjas Emoji Sticker Pack will go to helping The Nature Conservancy.
Helping Ninjas Emoji Sticker App is available for 99 cents. Just one act of kindness can help save the world. Consider helping us help Earth by purchasing our sticker pack so that we can help The Nature Conservancy.
Consider helping the planet and help restore the Earth.
The Nature Conservancy is a global environmental nonprofit working to create a world where people and nature can thrive.
Founded in the U.S. through grassroots action in 1951, The Nature Conservancy has grown to become one of the most effective and wide-reaching environmental organizations in the world. Thanks to more than a million members and the dedicated efforts of our diverse staff and over 400 scientists, we impact conservation in 72 countries and territories: 38 by direct conservation impact and 34 through partners.
100% of all Helping Ninja Emoji Sticker Pack sales on Earth Day, Thursday April 22nd will go towards The Nature Conservancy.
When you download our Emoji Sticker Pack for 99 cents, you get twelve different Helping Ninja emoji stickers!
Why We Want To Support The Nature Conservancy?
About The Nature Conservancy
Consider following The Nature Conservancy on Twitter to continue to support their efforts.
Our mission is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. Our vision is a world where the diversity of life thrives, and people act to conserve nature for its own sake and its ability to fulfill our needs and enrich our lives. OUR CHALLENGE Only by working together can we give people hope, keep our wildlife wild and keep our home whole. And ensure the future of a world that sustains us all.
“As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands, one for helping yourself, the other for helping others.” – Audrey Hepburn
Written by Lindsey Fella Berry, Helping Ninjas, CEO on April 14, 2019 in Heart of IMB
An experience that our family has truly come to love, cherish and look forward to is volunteering. Already witnessing growth in each of our children, cultivating an innate desire to help and recognizing that they are making a difference. First-hand discovering the all encompassment of joy that one receives when giving back.
April is National Volunteer Month, a celebration of gratitude and reflection towards selfless acts and honoring those offering service to our communities. A time to widen our perspectives and take into consideration getting involved and helping others.
On April 22nd more than 1 billion people will participate in Earth Day, the largest civic observance in the world. All over the globe people are encouraged to honor our planet, coming together and helping to restore, conserve and protect nature, creating a greener home.
In 1970, Earth Day was first celebrated by twenty million Americans, citizens in cities across the United States urged for environment protection, and their voices were heard. As a result, the United States Congress authorized permission to create a new federal agency responsible for environmental issues: the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
Earth Day continues to inspire people to make a change to better our planet, to spark a passion for nature protection and bring attention to the need to strive to create a positive impact every day. The need to understand the impact of our changing climate and the importance of raising awareness.
Consider joining the movement and take action for Earth.
Hi I am a Helping Ninja! Our World Is a Beautiful place, it is the place we all call home. But imagine us destroying our own home. We all care abut are world, but slowly we are the ones tearing it apart. According to an article in Science World, Looking For Home, now, our government is taking action to what we have done. The EPA is our National team that takes action for the mess we created. The EPA was officially established in 1970, when President Richard Nixon approved the formation of the EPA. The EPA was formed after the “Clean Air Act” was pasted on by Congress in 1963; and after “The Cuyahoga River” caught fire by pollution in 1969. The EPA created the “Clean Water Act” in 1972, which gave the EPA the power to set water-quality standards to the whole nation and to regulate pollutants in bodies of water. The EPA also created the act of phasing out gasoline containing the toxin lead. I am glad to see these positive changes happening, and I will write more next time. To be continued….
Siddarth, Helping Ninjas, Age 11, College Wood, Carmel, IN