03 October 2011
Make An Origami Dolphin To Take To Brussels!
Here's how it works:
Whales and dolphins belong in the sea, happy and free with their family and friends.
But, in Europe there are still almost 300 dolphins who don't enjoy life in the wild because they are held in captivity in various small pools and tanks.
Together, we want an end to dolphin shows at zoos and amusement parks and for those dolphins to be back where they belong.
YOU CAN HELP!
Simply print out this easy TEMPLATE to fold up and send back to us.
Join Riley here, and thousands like him, by taking part in our origami challenge! We want to create 10,000 origami whales and dolphins that we can take to the European Parliament in Brussels this October to make a BIG statement and let the EU know that dolphins should be free in the seas and oceans.
We've also got some very easy origami whale instructions to follow if you'd rather make one from scratch.
Send your finished dolphin or whale to us at:
WDCS ORIGAMI CHALLENGE
38 ST PAUL STREET
And why not ask your friends to do the same? You've got until 30th September to get all your origami in, so maybe your school would like to get involved.
Want more info about WDCS's work to help these dolphins? Please read all about it