Become an On Call Angel Classroom
Pennies for Pups
Organize a coin drive and encourage your friends and family to bring in their extra change to donate and help save an animal’s life.
Cookies for Cats
Sell cookies at recess
Pops for Pups
One classroom raised money by selling lollipops to other students and then donated the money to RedRover. Students receive cards with the animal they helped.
Contact Erin Bialecki at email@example.com to become an On Call Angel Classroom.
Bring Kind News magazine to your classroom
Raise $30 for a classroom subscription so everyone in your class get this fun magazine five times a school year. Can each student bring in $1 at the beginning of the year? What about working with your Parent Teacher Association (PTA) to fundraise for one classroom or many? Bake sales, selling lollipops or by having a car wash are fun ideas to try too.
More Ways Kids Can Help Animals
Write a library letter
Encourage your local library to carry the books on our list of Recommended Books with Humane Themes by sending them this letter.
Help spread the word
Tell your friends and family about the RedRover Readers program to help promote empathy for animals and people.
Junior Advisory Board
Let us know if you would like to join RedRover’s Junior Advisory Board to offer ongoing feedback on our Kind News magazine.
Help your local animal shelter
Contact your local animal shelter and see what they might need help with or what supplies they need, and then organize a blanket or towel drive for example
Opt to adopt
Opt to adopt pets from animal shelters or rescues instead of buying pets at pet stores
Consider becoming a foster home for animals from your local animal shelter or rescue organization
Share Kind News
Bring your old Kind News magazine issues to your doctor’s office for other kids to read when you are done