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  • Writer's pictureVeronica Pulumbarit

Support WWF's eco-friendly 'Panda Gifts' project

Looking for Christmas gifts for family and friends? Check out Panda Gifts 2020 —a selection of eco-friendly items from the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Philippines.

The 2020 catalog features items that "contribute to building back a better planet for everyone. A portion of the proceeds for each product will be donated to the organization’s conservation initiatives."

The catalog includes the following wearables:

  • statement shirts to help raise awareness on various environmental issues;

  • Endangered Stamps Collection tees exclusively designed in partnership with the Veterinary Student Achievers Society of the Philippines;

  • limited-edition shirt and mug by Miss Universe Philippines 2020, and

  • wildlife-inspired Bergel headwear.

Panda shirts with WWF's logo are available from P450 up.

The inspiration for WWF's logo is Chi-Chi, a giant panda living at the London Zoo in 1961, the same year that WWF was created.

According to the WWF website, the founders felt that Chi-Chi, "the big, furry animal with her appealing, black-patched eyes would make an excellent choice."

The logo design evolved over the years but Chi-Chi's distinctive features are still essential to WWF’s trademark, recognized as a universal symbol for the conservation movement.

Meanwhile, those who want to help reduce the use of unnecessary plastics can choose from the following Panda Gifts:

  • Aqua Carton and KeepCup products;

  • insulated tumblers from Corkcicle, Thermos, and Slique, and

  • Stasher bags.

In a news release, WWF said, "By supporting WWF-PH’s conservation efforts through Panda Gifts, you will also get to choose a set of WWF gift cards from Sticker Street as a token of our appreciation."

For more details, log on to to check out the full Panda Gifts 2020 catalog for more information about this year’s roster of products.

For bulk orders and inquiries, please contact or call (0916) 284 1690.

For those interested in co-branding or partnering up with WWF-Philippines, please contact Kent Rebultan, Brand and Innovative Partnerships’ lead at

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