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World of the Wild is donating to Borneo Orangutan Survival

This coming August, My Green World will be donating 50% of the proceeds generated from our mobile game app, World of the Wild, directly to our partner charity, Borneo Orangutan Survival Australia. This means, that half of the revenue generated in World of the Wild throughout the month of August (through in-app purchases and upgrades) will be donated directly to BOS Australia.

World of the Wild is donating to Borneo Orangutan Survival

 

Download My Green World’s mobile game app, World of the Wild, to support Borneo Orangutan Survival Australia (BOSA). This August, World of the Wild will be donating 50% of its revenue to BOS Australia. That means, for every in-app purchase you make in World of the Wild, BOSA will receive half!
 

About World of the Wild

 

World of the Wild is an educational mobile game app that encourages young people to participate in virtual wildlife and environmental conservation scenarios. The app represents and profiles 18 charities from around the world, and each charity supports a particular species, which users are then able to rescue and rehabilitate. World of the Wild offers educational pop quizzes, interactive games and opportunities for users to build their own world, meet some of the world’s most endangered species, connect with other players, and address real-life threats, such as poachers and oil spills.

World of the World gamifies the concept of wildlife conservation while expanding education outcomes, and is committed to preparing today’s youth with the knowledge, experience and tools to meet the challenges that will define their generation. World of the Wild is the first game app that allows children to participate in virtual wildlife conservation while having a real-world impact. The app is currently free to download in the iTunes App Store. Download by clicking here.
 

World of the Wild is donating to Borneo Orangutan Survival

 

About Borneo Orangutan Survival (Australia)

 
Borneo Orangutan Survival Australia (BOSA) is a volunteer organisation raising funds for rescued orangutans since 2001.They work to save the orangutan by rescuing and rehabilitating them, with an ultimate goal of releasing them back to the forest where they will be safe from human development, poaching and farming. BOSA is totally dependent on support from adoptions, sales of their merchandise and donations to help save the orangutan and the rainforest. As a volunteer organisation, they ensure a very high percentage of donor dollars getting to where they are most needed – to the orangutans in Indonesia.
 

Orangutans need our help

 
They are an endangered species, with an estimated 50,000 left in the wild. The greatest threat to their survival is the extensive destruction of the rainforest. Some experts say about 6,000 orangutans are disappearing every year and without our collective help orangutans could be extinct in the wild within our lifetime.

Borneo Orangutan Survival Australia (BOSA) work to save the orangutan by rescuing and rehabilitating them, with an ultimate goal of releasing them back to the forest where they will be safe from human development, poaching and farming.
 

Get Involved

 
♣ Download My Green World’s mobile game app, World of the Wild and leave a review! Click here to download.

♣ Donate to Borneo Orangutan Survival Australia by clicking here.

♣ Sign up for My Green World’s newsletter here.
 

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