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Help support the critical work of the Sierra Club and give an eco-friendly gift at the same time.

For the environmentally conscious gift-giver it can be hard to shop for special occasions. How do you reconcile your concern for the environment with your desire to show the people you love how much you care for them?

A Sierra Club sponsorship gift is a unique way to show your appreciation for someone special, while also doing something positive for the environment. By giving a Sierra Club sponsorship gift, you are able to affirm your environmental values, and also share those values with a family member or friend in a way they are sure to enjoy. Your symbolic sponsorship supports all Sierra Club’s efforts to protect America’s wildlands and wildlife, keep our air and water clean and solve global warming.

Not only are sponsorship gifts ideal for the committed tree-hugger in your family, but they will delight fledgling environmentalists too. Our plush puppets appeal to any age group and our easy to read Fact Sheets are full of fun details about your chosen wild place and the wildlife that call it home.

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