The Tobin School

The Tobin School “Change for a Change” Campaign to Help Endangered Snow Leopards

closeup of snow leopard outside in the snowOur Tobin School students voted and this year’s “Change for a Change” campaign supported endangered Snow Leopards! We collected loose change to donate to the World Wildlife Fund to contribute to their good work and to symbolically adopt a snow leopard for the School.  Collection boxes were available in all our classrooms and we added some new books to our Tobin library so we could all learn more about these amazing creatures!

Did you know?

  • Snow Leopards’ paws act as natural snow shoes!
  • They can run up to 35-40 miles per hour!
  • Snow Leopard’s can’t roar, they yowl instead!
  • They are more related to tigers than to other leopards!

Thanks to everyone’s generosity, we were able to collect over $40 in change and bills to donate to the World Wildlife Fund and symbolically adopt a snow leopard here at Tobin, as well as providing funds to support these endangered animals. Our adorable stuffed snow leopard has arrived and will visit all our Tobin School classrooms in the next few weeks. Thanks so much for supporting our Change for a Change Drive!!