GoHenry Joins With WWF To Launch Limited-Edition Wild Card Designs For Eco-Conscious Kids & Teens
GoHenry, the prepaid debit card and financial education app for kids aged 6-18, has teamed up with environmental organisation the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) to launch a special range of Wild Card designs, with £1 from each card sale being donated to WWF and its huge efforts to protect animals and bring our world back to life.
The collaboration will see the launch of five new card designs, featuring pictures of animals including a koala, leopard, lion cub, panda, and snow leopard. All cards can be personalised with the child’s name and will be available for one year, with additional designs planned for later in 2023.
Louise Hill, Co-Founder and COO of GoHenry said: “We’re all about helping kids make smart choices with money and now they can help protect wildlife at the same time. We know our young members are passionate about the environment and our new collaboration with WWF can support them in giving to the causes they care about the most.”
Rob Wood, Head of Partnership Communication at WWF-UK said “Our collaboration with GoHenry is a great way to harness children’s natural affinity for wildlife. We hope these cards will help children learn more about nature and inspire a passion for protecting it.”
All GoHenry cards, including customised cards, are printed on compostable polylactic acid (PLA). Producing cards with PLA, which is derived from field corn waste, uses 65% less energy and 68% fewer greenhouse gases than conventional plastic.
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