I know some
people who are so organized they have already completed
their Christmas and holiday shopping. They do it piece by piece all
throughout the year, picking up the perfect gift whenever opportunity strikes. I envy and admire them, of course, but unfortunately cannot consider myself
one of their ranks. Holiday shopping never finds its way to the top of my priorities.
However, over the past several years I have been happily rescued by non-profit
organizations like the
Fund who provide
easy and thoughtful gift giving ideas that support their conservation efforts and
help save some of the world’s most endangered animals from extinction.
One of my
favorites is WWF’s
beautiful, frameable color photo of the endangered animal of your choice and an
official certificate of adoption. You can help save polar bears, cheetahs, pandas, blue whales, blue footed boobies and 50 other
endangered species. These are great gifts for all of us shopping for those-people-who-already-have-everything and really won’t care about getting another goofy tie or pair of
Check it out and let us know what you think. We’d love to hear your
ideas about this kind of gift giving.
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