Coins For Change is finally BACK! Every December, Club Penguin donates one million dollars to notable causes. The coolest part is that WE get to decide how much gets donated to each cause. This is the 9th annual Coins For Change. The tradition started back in 2007. Upon logging in, you will find donation stations scattered around the island. Waddle up to one to donate your hard earned coins. There are donation goals, some being related to the environment, kids in need, and others. How many coins do YOU think will be donated? -Riyita
This year’s Coins For Change has officially started. Penguins can donate their hard earn coins to fund a variety of different projects which include building schools, protecting the environment, and many more. Waddle on over to a donation stand to donate some coins. They can be found all over the island. Choose how many coins you wish to donate. After you donate, you will be rewarded with a pin! How many coins are YOU going to donate this year? 😀 -Riyita
DID YOU KNOW? During the Coins For Change 2010 and the Holiday Party 2010, donated coins were delivered to the Lighthouse. The goal was to cover and fill up the entire Lighthouse and Beacon’s light with the donated coins, which eventually did occur. The grand total of donated coins was 12,261,193,800. Image credits to clubpenguin.wikia.com and to its user “Marbot Cp”
DID YOU KNOW? In the 2009 version of the Coins For Change background, the light blue penguin standing at your left is holding an item that looks very similar to Money Bag item. However, the Money Bag did not initially release until Marvel Super Hero Takeover 2012, which occurred more than three years later afterward. Image credits to clubpenguin.wikia.com
Greetings Penguins! Club Penguin has FINALLY released one of the most anticipated parties of the year, the Holiday Party! This time, it has one key feature, which sounds really awesome to me. You can organize groups of trains and ride around the island, helping penguins of all kind. Lets take a look. When you first log in, Rockhopper will tell you all about the party. Happy Holidays, me hearties! Set sail, or should I say “rail”, for the Coins For Change Train Station. Ye can hop aboard a train, collect coins. and of course – Donate! That’s where all me treasure be goin’! Thanks Rockhopper! Okay, the first thing you should do is check out the map. It has been decorated to match the Holiday Party. Waddle on over to the Snow Forts, and go inside the Train Station. You can purchase Trains here and ride them to earn coins. When you are on the track, you can move around and throw snowballs to pop the balloons, and earn coins! When you are done, your results will be shown. Next, waddle on over to the Ski Lounge, and sit on the chair. You will get a Big Cozy Chair Background. There […]
Greetings Penguins! Club Penguin has just released Coins For Change 2013! This year is the best yet. You can now donate all your coins to different causes. The more you donate, the more causes that you can donate to will be unlocked. Take a look. When you first log in, notice the donation board. It tells you how many coins have been donated. There are donation stations all around the island. You can choose to donate as many coins as you wish. The more you donate, the more causes that you can donate to are unlocked. When you donate, you get your CFC 2013 Pin! 😀 Have fun donating, and remember, you can CHANGE THE WORLD! -Riyita
DID YOU KNOW? Every month, Club Penguin have a special original party or a takeover. The Holiday Party that includes Coins For Change is mandatory. Club Penguin had to change a few of their parties’ name due to different weather around the world, because of religious reasons, or they felt it was a more suitable name. Club Penguin parties can last as long as 20 days or as short as 3!
DID YOU KNOW? Every year, Club Penguin holds a virtual charity called Coins For Change every since 2007. This charity allows penguins to donate their virtual coins to various places. Club Penguin will change the virtual coins into real money and send them to where the virtual coins were donated to. Coins For Change has earn over $14 000 000 000 since then.