Get Involved With Westarctica!
There are lots of ways YOU can get involved with Westarctica and help spread the word about our nation's goals and struggles.
Amazon Smile Program
Did you know that you can support Westarctica financially without making any changes to how you spend?
Through Amazon Smile, a portion of qualified purchases can be donated on your behalf to our 501(c)(3) company, Westarctica Incorporated.
To utilize this feature, go to smile.amazon.com from the web browser on your computer or mobile device. You can then select “Change your Charity” in “Your Account,” and set your preferred charity to “Westarctica Incorporated.” From then on, you simply need to remember to utilize the https://smile.amazon.com/ch/47-2716784 URL when you do your shopping, and Westarctica will receive a quarterly donation that includes any money donated on your behalf.
eBay for Charity
Do you run auctions on eBay? If you do, you can now help support Westarctica through your auctions by using eBay for Charity.
When you set up your auctions, you can select Westarctica as an approved charity, decide how much of the auction to donate (10%-100%) and eBay does the rest. Even if you don't run auctions on your own, you can still select Westarctica as a favorite charity on the platform and eBay will personalize your recommendations to help find auction listings that benefit us.
The Westarctica Leadership Institute
The Westarctica Leadership Institute houses our educational programs. Our courses of study are free and open to the public. If you wish to learn more about our mission, the history of Antarctica, or the effects of Climate Change on planet earth, these courses are a great way to increase your knowledge and understanding.
Reducing Meat Consumption
Westarctica's 2019 Global Campaign was centered around reducing consumption of meat. We didn't ask our citizens to cut it out completely, but we believe that being more conscious about your food, where it comes from, and the effect it's having on the environment is important.
The Westarctica Civilian Corps
The Westarctica Civilian Corps is a non-military organization that hopes to build esprit de corps and increase activity among our citizens. The Corps has a structured system of awards, in the form of military-style ribbons that members can proudly wear or display to show their achievements.
The Corps has a one-time entry fee of $30 to help offset the cost of awards and shipping.
The Westarctica Civilian Corps currently has 19 distinct awards that recognize everything from becoming a member to taking part in our Global Campaigns. We even have an award for those intrepid few who dare to make the journey to Westarctican soil! This number will only continue to grow, as we have over a dozen new awards in various stages of planning and development.
For Kids: The Westarctica Activity Book
Westarctica is very proud of announce the creation of a printable activity book for children or adults. Perfect for long car rides, rainy days inside, plane trips, and anyone who wants a fun way to learn more about the environment of Antarctica.
The activity book includes coloring pages of Antarctic animals, word searches featuring Antarctic vocabulary words, mazes through Antarctica, and much more. If you've ever wanted to color a picture of the Grand Duke or draw yourself living on a private iceberg, you'll have a lot of fun with this FREE book.
Click the button to download the Westarctica Activity Book as a printable PDF.
Westarctica's FLAG AROUND THE WORLD
Want to show off your love of Westarctica?
Print out your own copy of Westarctica's flag and take it with you on your travels around the world. Everywhere you go, post a picture holding the flag on your social media accounts with the hashtag #westarctica.
Once every quarter, the Grand Duke will search through social media to find the best pictures and posts and award cool Westarctica swag like coffee mugs, a desktop flag, stamps, or other stuff.
Click the box below to access the flag image, then "save as" to download a high quality graphic of Westarctica's flag to print on your own.