My Wildlife Challenge 2023 Runs January 1 to December 31

Some people love a challenge, some don’t but they still understand that life is better when YOU take on new activities. Instinct tells us, “Challenges are what makes life interesting. Overcoming them is what makes them meaningful.”

Our world is full of ‘noise’ when it comes to knowing how to make a real difference. However, there is a GROWING UNDERSTANDING that, “words without action are meaningless”.

Social media has lost its ability to drive needed change, because ‘Liking’ and ‘Sharing’ are not the same as ‘Action’ and contribution in the real world.

My Wildlife Challenge knows that life is better if you decide to challenge yourself to be a visible force for change in the real world. Biodiversity loss presents a looming crisis; wildlife has been facing its own challenges for decades, mostly of mankind’s making. 

We know that it is a challenge to live a balanced lifestyle; and now we all need to add to this the challenge of living in balance with wildlife and the natural world.

It isn’t too late to address the risks of biodiversity loss.  We simply need to decide, are we ready to accept the challenge of rehabilitating our planet, our home?

My Wildlife Challenge is asking you to set your own challenge and be part of the solution. Whether it’s a marathon, an open water swim, scaling a mountain or riding your bike across America. Previous fundraisers have included a 10-hour table tennis challenge or skipping rope to K-pop for a day!

Your Challenge, Your Choice!

Just register your challenge through the link below. Then ask your friends, family and colleagues to support your personal effort and tell them why you have taken up the challenge. Your reward will not only be the sense of personal achievement but knowing you are joining a growing club of people challenging themselves to change their worldview.

Join My Wildlife Challenge and turn your personal action into a visible force for global change. Are you ready to take action for wildlife? Yes? Then, What’s Your Wildlife Challenge?


Go see Ways to Do It and Before You Get Started