SCHOOL GROUPS, CLUB AND SCOUT LEADERS:
a puffin is fun and educational! Raising funds
for a puffin adoption teaches kids about biology, conservation,
math skills, goal-setting and interaction skills with friends
and community. Schools and groups that have
already adopted a puffin have raised funds for their puffin
adoption in very creative ways, such as: Lemonade sales, collecting
change in a jar, bake sales, popcorn sales, creating greeting
cards and bookmarks to sell, collecting aluminum cans for
recycling, jumping rope, doing chores, read-a-thons, walk-a-thons,
bird-a-thons, car washes, or rummage/yard sales.
from Mr. Emery's
and Mr. Trott's Class
Vista Elementary School, CA
For every $100 donation, you
will receive a puffin biography which describes the history
of a real life puffin from hatching day to its most recent summer
season, a color photo of your puffin, a certificate of adoption and a copy of our book Project
Puffin: How We Brought Puffins Back to Egg Rock. And special teacher packets of
supplementary education materials are available from our online
store, including puffin pencils, activities, and more.
adopting, please let us know the name and address of your school
or group and what name you would like on your adoption certificate
(e.g.. Mrs. Smith’s
Third Graders, or Puffinville Puffin
Protectors). This and any
other information you feel we need to know can be entered in
the 'special shipping instructions' or the 'additional comments'
boxes on our online form. CLICK HERE TO
ADOPT A PUFFIN. Or, if
you would rather mail in your adoption with a check or money
order, you can print the adoption form here.
For questions, please contact email@example.com.
Below you will see the latest photos
sent to us by caring teachers and students.
"Pennies for Puffin Power" poster
from Mrs. Davis's 3rd Grade Class,
Winthrop Harbor Westfield School, IL
right: Students from Mr. Emery's and
Mr. Trott's Class,
Valley Vista Elementary School, CA, "Puffin
Enjoying Lemonade" by
Valley Vista Elementary School students, CA, Albert
S. Hall 5th Graders by Jeff Pouland of Kennebec
Journal Morning Sentinel