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With $500,000 to the China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda, explore adopted twin pandas and installed a 'Panda Cam' at the Wolong Nature Reserve. Funds also went towards medical research and programs and a sculpture to increase public awareness of panda conservation. An additional $50,000 grant to the World Wildlife Fund International will help decrease poaching and develop plans for sustainable tourism and micro-enterprise in the area, as well as restore key panda habitats.
Charles Annenberg Weingarten, being rescued by a jet ski lifeguard on the North Shore of Hawaii. explore made $100,000 in funding possible to the North Shore Lifeguard Association, to improve ocean lifesaving and rescue techniques and to provide public information and education. explore also supports the Hawaiian Lifeguard Association.