Club Penguin-Building Schools and Giving Backpacks


Hello Penguins!

Penguin 43 Here!

There is a new post by Polo Field on the Cub Penguin Blog. Polo Field’s blog post is related to charity work, and how Club Penguin are working to build school for undeveloped countries and how they’re working to give back backpacks with various school supplies to students in need across the United States and United Kingdom.

Without further ado, here’s Polo Field’s post:

We think every kid should have a place to learn, and that’s why this year we’ve built school classrooms in Ecuador, India, and Haiti. And gave 14,000 backpacks filled with school supplies to students in need across the United States and United Kingdom.

With your help we can do more! If you raise money to build a school, we’ll match your donation (up to $5,000 USD). So what are you waiting for? Check out our Global Citizenship page and read about our Matching Grant Program to learn how.

Waddle on,

-Club Penguin Team

Isn’t this great what Club Penguin are doing? Like Polo Field says, check out the Club Penguin Global Citizenship page and read more. Are you going to get involved? Be sure to let us know, by commenting below this post.

For Official Club Penguin news and updates, check out the Club Penguin Blog.

On another note, you are probably wondering who I am. Well I’m a new author for Club Penguin Reveals. My name is Penguin 43. I work with the rest of the Club Penguin Reveals Team to post the latest Club Penguin news and updates RIGHT HERE! I also have a Twitter account (@Penguin43CP)… so be sure to expect a lot more from me over the upcoming weeks, months, etc.

Feel free to comment below.

Until Next Time…

Waddle On Penguins!

~Penguin 43

(Club Penguin Reveals Author)

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