29 November 2010 Vote to Help Defenders Win $200,000 and Help Save Something Wild! Posted by: Elizabeth Kricfalusi | 6 comments | Share: Every vote counts... Please vote today! Great news! The American Express Members Project has selected Defenders of Wildlife as a candidate to receive $200,000 in funding—if we get the most votes in our category. By voting for Defenders, you can help us fight to: Save America’s wolves from extremists who want to see these magnificent animals gone from the Northern Rockies forever. Prevent Big Oil from drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge—vital habitat for our beloved polar bears. Protect endangered sea turtles from pollution, dangerous fishing practices and other threats. And so much more! $200,000 will go a long way to help save our wildlife and wild places. And all YOU need to do is vote! Your vote will help us fight to save imperiled wolves, polar bears, sea turtles and more. Please vote today! How to Vote for Defenders The current round of voting begins today and runs through midnight on Sunday, February 20, 2011. You can vote once a week throughout the voting period. Here’s how to get started: Go to the Defenders Members Project page at www.defenders.org/membersproject. Scroll down to the Vote section in the lower left corner of the page. The Members Project is a partnership between American Express and TakePart, so you need to be a member of TakePart to vote. First, click the Sign Up And Vote button. NOTE: If you’re already registered and logged in with TakePart, the button will say Vote For This Charity and clicking it will take you to the final step below. Click the Register to Vote button. A form will pop up. Fill out all the required fields and make sure you check the boxes to accept the terms for both TakePart and Members Project. NOTE: You can use your full name as your username, including a space, if you want. Once you’re registered, scroll down the page and click the Defenders logo. A little box will pop up. Click the Vote button in the popup. You’ll be prompted to confirm your choice. That’s it! Thanks for voting for Defenders of Wildlife. And check out this video featuring many of the imperiled species $200,000 will help us protect! 6 Responses to “Vote to Help Defenders Win $200,000 and Help Save Something Wild!” Evajean Craig November 30th, 2010 Defenders of Wildlife thank God for all of you. It is everyone’s responsability to step up and do all we can. Thank you for all you do Reply Julie November 30th, 2010 I keep trying to register to vote and it takes me to takepart.com and tells me access denied, you are not authorized to access this page. Maybe the link is wrong? Thanks for the help! Reply Elizabeth Kricfalusi November 30th, 2010 Hi Julie. Unfortunately, it seems like the TakePart website had some technical difficulties earlier today. Because this opportunity is so important to our wildlife-saving work, we’d really appreciate it if you would please try voting again at http://www.defenders.org/membersproject. Thank you so much for your patience and for supporting Defenders of Wildlife in this important effort! sharon January 31st, 2011 I did try to vote for DoW using my Facebook account. The site accepted my FB identity but still wanted my hotmail and its password. I think that generally violates safe email protocols. Can you get AMEX to change how this site registers voters??? Reply Post Your Comment Click here to cancel reply. Name (required) Mail (required) (will not be published) You May also be interested in Wolf Weekly Wrap Up Some Good News for Wolves in Idaho… Finally! Muddied Waters for Washington Wolves Did You Submit Your Comments? Red Wolves Still in Trouble But We Have Time to Help; Comment Period Closing on Harmful Mexican Gray Wolf Rule; Washington’s Lookout Pack Caught in Fire Literary Legacy Terry Tempest Williams is a widely published author and naturalist and a fierce advocate for ecological consciousness and social change. Big Things Coming from the Northwest Defenders of Wildlife work in the Northwest creates opportunities to promote wildlife protection and sustainable management of public lands.