If you wish to write your own letters, please print and send your own personalized letters to:
Origami Whales Project
P.O. Box 864
Carpinteria, CA 93014
It's best to use your own words. All are welcome to copy & paste any or all portions of our sample letter, then edit as you wish with your additional comments. And please remember to be POLITE for her freedom. We all LOVE Lolita, and can help her through LOVE & POSITIVE VISIONS!
Ask your family, friends, and co-workers to participate! Bring a bunch of letters to an event! Click here to download 3 pages of photos & information to readily explain Lolita’s story, retirement plan for her, and our campaign for her. Grab a clipboard, and you're set! Then send the whole batch of letters to the Origami Whales Project at the address above. Print as many copies as you’d like (5, 15, 25, ...50!). And please be sure participants complete name, mailing address (at least city and zip code), and sign to validate the letter.
Our goal to deliver a large package containing 16,425 printed letters to commemorate the 16,425 days that Lolita has been kept in captivity may seem ambitious. But together we can do this.
* from Howard Garrett, Orca Network
On August 8th 2017, the 47 year anniversary of Lolita’s capture, we held a protest march and hand-delivered 7,191 letters for Lolita to Palace Entertainment’s corporate office. We are still accepting letters to be delivered in the future, so please continue to collect signatures and spread the word. Thank you!
Your tax-deductible contribution will help the Origami Whales Project continue to raise awareness through campaigns, exhibit and outreach, educating and empowering children and adults, who all are invited to participate in our large scale public environmental art projects.
Origami Whales Project Founder & Director, "Let's Face It" Visual Petition campaign coordinator