Create a World Animal Day weblink
Please help us spread the word about World Animal Day. If you have a website, please create a link by clicking here where you will find instructions for adding three different styles of weblink to your website – it’s easy and won’t take more than a minute or two!
Downloadable ‘World Animal Day’ Action Pack
The Downloadable WAD Action Pack contains useful resources for organising your event. Simply download any of the following:
- Big Day Checklist – a handy checklist of points to remember when organising your WAD event.
- Letter HeadingTemplate – a WAD letterhead for you to use for your official invitations or press releases. Just type in your own contact details, then print off.
- Pledge Board Template – collect pledges from your friends, family and supporters, then email us back this form and we will add the pledges onto the WAD Pledge Board.
- Sponsorship Form – a form for you use when organising sponsored walks, rides, etc, for your favourite animal charity. School Sponsorship Form.
- WORLD ANIMAL DAY LOGO – JPG, GIF and PDF versions of the WAD logo for you to download and use in your own promotional materials, for example on stickers, posters or t-shirts. We are sure that at least one of WAD logos proivided here will be suitable for your intended purpose. We also have the WAD logo in an EPS file, a “vector” illustration, which means that it can be printed at any size without loss of quality. Please contact us if you would like us to send you the WAD logo in EPS format.
- ‘GET INVOLVED’ FLYER – a flyer that groups/organisations/clubs can send out to supporters/members to encourage them to get involved in celebrating World Animal Day. These leaflets are also ideal for distrubution by individuals or from information stalls.Two PDF versions available 1/3 A4 double-sided OR 2/3 A4 single-sided
- About World Animal Day (a leaflet that explains why and how we celebrate World Animal Day)
To view the Action Pack you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader – if your PC does not have this installed, click here to download the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader
- Read articles on World Animal Day – Press Coverage
- Help write your story on World Animal Day with our Notes for Editors
WAD Free Stuff
- Show your support for World Animal Day by downloading our Animated Screensaver. The screensaver automatically updates itself each year to provide a useful countdown to the BIG day. Click link for easy downloading and installation instructions.
- Register to receive Email Bulletins from World Animal Day. Please outline how you are involved with animals, for example: you may be a pet owner, a member of an animal welfare organisation, or you may work in animal welfare.
Naturewatch, UK animal welfare organisation, has sponsored our World Animal Day balloons, which are sure to brighten up any event. The balloons are bright green and feature the World Animal Day logo. They cost £3.80 for 25, plus postage, and can be obtained by sending an email to katie(at)naturewatch.org. Please include the following information in your email to enable Katie to reply with an accurate quote: quantity of balloons you require; your name and delivery address. Please note: there is no profit made from the sale of balloons – the charge simply covers the cost of the balloons and delivery to you. Alternatively you could, if you prefer, get World Animal Day green balloons printed in your own country using the World Animal Day logo available above.
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Threat to Wildlife - 90% of helium filled balloons burst into tiny pieces after reaching high altitudes. Balloons, as with all plastic litter, pose a serious threat to wildlife. If swallowed, they can damage or block the gut and lead to starvation. Birds can become entangled in the string used to tie balloons and other plastic parts, such as a valve, can become ingested by a wide range of species.
Threat to Children - Children can choke or suffocate on uninflated or broken balloons. Adult supervision is required when children are helping to inflate balloons. Keep uninflated balloons away from children and dispose of broken balloons promptly and safely.