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We are very proud to support Plan

Founded over 75 years ago, Plan is one of the oldest and largest children's development organisations in the world.

Plan works at the grassroots in more than 49 developing countries to empower communities to overcome poverty so that children have the opportunity to reach their full potential – and children are encouraged to be actively involved in the process.

Plan unites, empowers and inspires people around the globe to champion every child’s right to survival, develop to the fullest, be protected and participate fully in family, cultural and social life. Together with their supporters they are transforming the world for children.

Some of the amazing work done by Plan.
Bounluay, 5, attends a Plan-supported pre-school in Bokeo Province, Laos.
Sarah, 16, participates in a youth media group for girls at her school in Sierra Leone.
A family who fled Mali waits desperately at a nearby Plan Refugee Camp in Niger.
Children look at hygiene education posters at a school in Bokeo province, Laos.

These are just a few examples of Plan's fantastic work. Visit the Plan website to find out more.

We are very proud to support WWF

WWF's mission is to stop the degradation of our planet's natural environment, and build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.

In order to achieve this mission, WWF focuses its efforts on two broad areas.

The first, is to ensure that the earth's web of life - biodiversity - stays healthy and vibrant for generations to come. They are strategically focusing on conserving critical places and critical species that are particularly important for the conservation of our earth's rich biodiversity.

The second, is to reduce the negative impacts of human activity - our ecological footprint. They are working to ensure that the natural resources required for life -land, water, air - are managed sustainably and equitably.

A few WWF success stories.
Two young elephant bulls play fighting in Amboseli National Park, Kenya.
Global action taken to protect species threatened by the illegal wildlife trade.
A polar bear cub hitches a ride on its mother.
New research to inform good management of key polar bear populations.
A blue penguin (Eudyptula minor) rescued by WWF staff to be cleaned of contaminating oil and chemicals from the Rena oil spill.
Penguins rescued from New Zealand oil spill released.
McNish Bay on the south coast of Prince Edward Island, typifies much of the steep, rugged nature of the islands' coasts.
Endangered seabirds and other marine species protected in huge new South African marine protected area.

These are just a few of WWF's fantastic success stories. Visit the WWF website to find out more.