Rooting for real change!

Published: 07 December, 2012 06:56 IST | Special Features |

Club Penguin ( recently launched its 'Coins For Change' program in India.

Ryan International School has associated with Coins for Change in India and their students launched the program along with Ramabai BMC School students. Students planted saplings and redecorated the school verandah.

Vishal Gondal, MD-Digital, DisneyUTV, Ryan Pinto, CEO, Ryan International Group of Schools and Nicole Rustad, Corporate Citizenship, Program Director, Club Penguin, The Walt Disney Company plant saplings with students

Coins For Change is an annual initiative that inspires kids from around the world to make a difference in the real world. Every year during this initiative, Club Penguin players donate billions of virtual coins to help change the world.

Players can choose causes that are important to them, and their virtual donations help direct how a cash donation is shared in the real world. Coins For Change in India will look at supporting water projects, education programs, schools, health, nutrition, alternative income projects and conservation of the snow leopard in the Indian Himalayas.

“We are happy that Ryan International School supports Coins For Change in India to encourage their students and contribute towards a better tomorrow,” said Nicole Rustad, Corporate Citizenship Program Director, Club Penguin, The Walt Disney Company India. Ryan Pinto, CEO, Ryan International Group of Institutions said, “This is the very first time that Coins For Change is partnering with a school anywhere in the world. T

his initiative is only the first of many and we look forward to working closely with Disney’s Club Penguin India in making a meaningful impact on many children.” Coins for Change will run from December 19 until the end of the month. 

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