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The Wildlife Trusts Fundraiser
Help us raise £200 for The Wildlife Trusts this Christmas. Enter our raffle and be in with a chance to win a bee necklace, rhino sweatshirt, beebomb, bracelet and gift card.

Comment vous aidez!

Habitant les forêts tropicales d'Amérique centrale et d'Amérique du Sud, il existe actuellement six espèces de paresseux dans deux familles distinctes; connu sous le nom de deux ou trois doigts. Plusieurs problèmes menacent l'avenir des paresseux sauvages, ce qui conduit au déclin des populations actuellement observées chez plusieurs espèces.

Votre don aidera la Sloth Conservation Foundation à poursuivre de nombreux projets vitaux, notamment la connexion d'un habitat fragmenté, la création de traversées de paresseux, l'isolation des lignes électriques, la stérilisation des chiens, l'éducation et la libération des paresseux! Cliquez ici pour plus d'informations.

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Oceanic Society

Oceanic Society is America’s oldest non-profit organisation dedicated to ocean conservation. For more than 50 years, they have worked to inspire and empower people worldwide to take part in building a healthy future for the world’s oceans. Their mission is to improve ocean health by deepening the connections between people and nature to address the root cause of its decline: human behaviour. Some of their key areas of focus include sea turtle conservation, plastic pollution, climate change, sustainable seafood, access to nature and sustainable travel.

Oceanic Society

The Sloth Conservation Foundation

The Sloth Conservation Foundation (SloCo) is a registered non-profit organisation dedicated to saving sloths in the wild, through research and conservation initiatives. To achieve this, SloCo develops long-term community-based conservation solutions that target both human and sloth populations, with the goal of developing sustainable and beneficial ways for sloths to coexist with the people sharing their habitat. SloCo was founded in 2017 and is based in the South Caribbean of Costa Rica.

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The Sloth Conservation Foundation
Lewa Wildlife Conservancy

Lewa Wildlife Conservancy

The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, based at the foothills of Mount Kenya, works as a model and catalyst for the conservation of wildlife and its habitat. They do this through the protection and management of species, the initiation and support of community conservation and development programmes, and the education of neighbouring areas in the value of wildlife. Since their establishment in 1995, their practices have resulted in thriving black rhino habitat and populations, which in turn has created a robust ecosystem for a multitude of species including the endangered Grevy’s zebra, elephant, lion, cheetah, giraffe and more. 

The Wildlife Trusts

The Wildlife Trusts are a federation of non-profit charities, comprised of 47 individual trusts spanning the whole of the United Kingdom. For over 100 years, they have been saving wildlife and wild places by increasing people's awareness of the natural world and strengthening our connection with it. They look after more than 2,300 nature reserves covering 98,500 hectares. We are currently donating to The Wildlife Trusts '30 by 30' inititative, which aims to protect 30% of the UK's land by 2030.

The Wildlife Trusts

Conservation is at your fingertips

turtle conservation
sloth conservation
elephant conservation

You can fund any of the four causes. Simply choose your preference at checkout. The choice is yours!

YOU can make a difference

We have paired up with The Sloth Conservation Foundation in Costa Rica, and are donating 10% of all profits to assist with their efforts in saving the sloth. Sloths face many threats across their range, which without any action may push their populations to decline. We are thrilled to be supporting such an incredible organisation, who work tirelessly to save this threatened species. You can help to save wild sloths today, through just a single purchase of any of our nature-themed jewellery and clothing.

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Join our Conservation Crew and receive regular updates on our work, how you are helping, special offers and more. 

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