A few short weeks ago, AJHQ announced that Jammers had donated 50 million gems to help endangered animals! While this was a pretty amazing announcement, what followed was an even more amazing one: if Jammers can reach the goal of donating 100 million gems, we will celebrate by reintroducing monkeys to Jamaa!
Since the announcement, Jammers have been earning and donating gems like crazy. In fact, donations very recently reached 90 million gems! How amazing is that? And how amazing are all the Jammers who have donated?
That means that only 10 million more gems need to be donated before monkeys will be reintroduced to Jamaa! So play hard, earn those gems, and donate to a great cause! You can do it, Jammers!
The Conservation Museum opened only two short months ago, but in that time, Jammers have donated over 50 million gems to help endangered animals! This is an amazing accomplishment, and if we can hit our goal of 100 million gems, we will celebrate by reintroducing monkeys to Jamaa!
Conservation—the study and practice of helping preserve plant and animal life—is very important in Jamaa and throughout the world. When people donate money to conservation efforts, they are helping to pay for things like food and shelter for animals, as well as scientists and workers to dedicate their time to the cause.
There are many conservation organizations around the world. If you want to learn more and help, find one in your city and get involved!
The Conservation Museum in Appondale is a special place in Jamaa set aside for helping Jammers learn about endangered species, conservation, and things they can do to help!
In the Museum, you can also donate gems to help endangered species throughout world. You can even print special endangered species worksheets, like this one about rare black rhinoceroses.
To download the black rhino worksheet, be sure to first ask your parents’ permission. Then, click here to download!