THE POWER OF 3: We Donate 3% Of Each Total Sale Towards
ANIMALS x PEOPLE x ENVIRONMENT
You choose who you want to support at checkout
Sheldrick Wildlife Trust - The dark side of tourism and the illegal wildlife trade makes it that much more important to support organizations that fight for the protection of elephants and other wildlife. The SWT organization is one of Africa’s leading charities that help rescue and rehabilitate orphaned elephants, rhinos and giraffes. They are known for their dedication to conserve the natural habitat and ecosystems of East Africa.
World Wildlife Fund Canada - WWF Canada is one of the largest international conservation organizations today. They help protect the future of nature and push for stronger protection for wildlife through their strong global network to on-the-ground conservation efforts across the nation. Through initiatives like their Arctic Species Conservation Fund, they support research on polar bears, barren-ground caribou, walrus, narwhal, bowhead whale and beluga whales.
Their mission is to reverse the decline of wildlife and work towards the following:
- Healthy marine ecosystems on all three coasts.
- All freshwater ecosystems and the wildlife that depend on them in good condition.
- A vibrant and ecologically sound future for the Arctic.
- Resilient communities across the country that enhance nature, and responsible development solutions that conserve wildlife.
- The transition to 100 per cent habitat-friendly renewable energy and climate-smart land use.
Earth Day Network - started in 1970, Earth Day's mission is to address issues regarding climate change and to protect the earth for many generations to come. They created “the canopy project” to reach their goal of planting 7.8 billion trees - which would be one tree for every person on earth by 2020. Trees that will help to filter the air, provide oxygen and help fight against climate change.
Beagle Freedom Project - Since 2010, this charity has been hands on taking part in rescuing animals from lab experiments, senior and special needs animals from shelters, and other animals that are abused from around the world. Their mission is to "help animals suffering in captivity and give them a chance at freedom"
The Beagle Freedom Project is a US based non-profit organization that is dedicated to rescuing animals held in captivity due to cruel animal testing and raise awareness by sharing their "emotionally compelling stories to prompt social change and celebrate a #RescueLifestyle."
Surfrider Foundation - This charity helps to protect the oceans and beaches by initiating beach clean ups for plastics and other trash. They have enrolled over 400 restaurants in their ocean friendly restaurants program, and initiated Hawaii’s first reef-friendly sunscreen policy. They stand to fight for clean water, beach access, plastic pollution, ocean protection and coastal preservation.
Bududa Canada Foundation - The Bududa Canada Foundation aims to help at risk children, young adults, and women in rural Uganda. They have a vocational school which teaches these individuals valuable marketable skills, an orphan's program providing support to abandoned children, and a women's micro-finance program.
This Canadian foundation has three missions.
- "To teach skills for jobs to the poorest of poor young adults in Bududa through their Bududa Vocational Academy"
- "To assist impoverished orphans to cope with life through their Children of Bududa"
- "To provide small business loans to poor women through their Bududa Women’s Development Group"
Farm Sanctuary - Created in 1986 to help fight against the abuse in factory farming, they are committed to putting an end to cruelty towards farm animals and aim to promote an alternative compassionate and vegan friendly lifestyle. They inspire a positive change through their rescue, education and advocacy efforts.