Help us help save the world. Let’s get started, shall we? It’s easy!
Buy a Benefit Print (they make a fabulous gift!)
All profits are passed along to support the endangered animals and their habitat. Visit the JPW Store and see our limited-edition archival benefit prints. Printed with state-of-the-art techniques with eye-popping colors on archival paper, these images created by artist David Tomb will beautify any dining room, foyer, board room or wood shop. On a more serious note it is truly amazing how much can be achieved with the sale of just one print. In both Mexico and the Philippines, money goes much further than it would here in the United States. Choose from four available signed and numbered prints, two that benefit the El Triunfo Reserve, and two that benefit the Philippine Eagle Foundation. And don’t miss the very limited pochoir prints!
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Post comments on The Jeep, the JPW blog, on some of our current or past postings and continue our dialogue with other tree huggers on issues that relate to our projects. Relay your thoughts to those who care.
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You can help the global effort to save the Philippine Eagle by donating funds to one of the most important organizations devoted to the well-being of this marvelous bird — Philippine Eagle Foundation (PEF). They’re in the trenches of this effort and run the Philippine Eagle Center that Jeepney founders David Tomb and Peter Barto visited in January, 2011, where they witnessed Dr. Bo Puentespina saving the life of a Philippine Eagle suffering gunshot wounds (see the JPW video). PEF members Dr. Bo and Anna Mae T. Sumaya are also part of the Jeepney Projects Worldwide team.
See the January, 2012 article, Strictly for the Birds, in the Philippine Daily Inquirer for a up close look at what the Philippine Eagle Foundation is doing at ground zero to save the eagle.
Please donate to their efforts through the Philippine Development Foundation, PEF’s partner in the United States that receives donations on PEF’s behalf. See the Give Money link below and help turn around the Philippine Eagle’s precarious situation.