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TickTalk To Donate Portion Of Proceeds To World Wildlife Fund To Conserve Natural Resources And Endangered Species



BREA, California – TickTalk announces the next installment of TickTalk Gives, a monthly series committed to using charitable donations to create a better future for children. In honor of World Wildlife Day on March 3rd, TickTalk will donate a portion of every TickTalk 4 smartwatch purchase in the month of March to the World Wildlife Fund, a nonprofit organization dedicated to bettering the world for both wildlife and humans through the preservation of natural resources and endangered species.

Dedicated to finding sustainable solutions for both people and animals to thrive, the World Wildlife Fund addresses Earth’s greatest threats to ensure a healthy future. Donations to the nonprofit help over 100 countries in their climate goals by creating renewable energy, increasing food availability, preserving forests, securing freshwater, safeguarding oceans, and conserving threatened wildlife. 

“By supporting the WWF, we can work to protect the world’s natural resources and biodiversity while mitigating the impacts of climate change to promote a more sustainable future for our children”, said President and Co-Founder, Ying Gong. 

TickTalk is dedicated to creating a healthy and sustainable future for future generations. In hopes the efforts will inspire others to give back to their community, TickTalk is dedicated to educating families on the climate crisis affecting fragile ecosystems. To help create a more sustainable future, supporters can shop TickTalk’s website and a portion of every TickTalk 4 smartwatch purchase will automatically be donated to the World Wildlife Fund on March 31, 2023. Donations can also be made directly to the World Wildlife Fund on their website. To learn more about TickTalk Gives, please contact


About TickTalk

Founded in Southern California in 2016, TickTalk smartwatches are a safe cell phone alternative for ages 5-12 that revolutionize the way families connect. With no internet, games, or social media, TickTalk smartwatches have all the positives of a smartphone combining voice calling, video calling, safe messaging, location tracking, parental controls, Emergency SOS, and more, to give families around the world peace of mind. 

About World Wildlife Fund

Since 1961, the World Wildlife Fund has been committed to protecting the planet and endangered species from human impact through innovative solutions that protect communities, wildlife, and the places they live. WWF’s organizational vision is to change the trajectory of human impact by transforming markets and policies toward sustainability to protect and restore species to their habitats.