Thoughtful Thursdays: Help Us Heal the Seals!

Published November 10, 2011

Enjoy, Respect, ProtectGoing "green" isn't about changing your entire lifestyle all at once. A sustainable lifestyle is achieved by making a series of Thoughtful Choices. Each week, on Thursdays, we will share a simple tip for how we can all help keep our planet healthy. Our Choice Since 1991, the National Aquarium's Animal Rescue team has responded to more than 480 animals in distress and has rehabilitated and released nearly 100 marine animals back to their natural environment. Research, satellite tag tracking, and outreach education are also significant components of this program. Your Choice National Aquarium Animal Rescue needs a new hospital pool for rehabbing sick and injured seals. You can support our Animal Rescue team and local Baltimore-area businesses by donating to our Heal the Seals campaign through GiveCorps. With GiveCorps, you can support causes that move you, and get rewarded for your generosity with great deals from local merchants. Today's deal is $5 off at Bonjour French Bakery Cafe!
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