WCN is excited to work with forward-thinking companies to save wildlife.
Making a difference is woven into the business model of these companies, whose financial contributions advance WCN’s conservation mission. We work closely and creatively with companies to create win-win cause marketing partnerships that elevate these brands while saving wildlife. We also welcome corporate philanthropic support to protect endangered species, as well as event sponsorship opportunities for our Wildlife Conservation Expos.
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Disney Conservation Fund
Disney has been working with WCN for 15+ years and has proudly supported more than 20 WCN partners and programs given our shared commitment to advancing community-based conservation impact globally. Since 1995, the Disney Conservation Fund has directed $120 million to support nonprofit organizations working with communities to save wildlife, inspire action and protect the planet. This initiative is part of Disney Planet Possible, Disney’s commitment to supporting a world in balance and a healthier home for people and wildlife. To learn more visit impact.disney.com.
Pioneered in 2012 by three brothers from Purdue and Indiana University, Loopy® Cases is a Northwest Indiana based phone case company with the goal to StopTheDrop®! Loopy makes your phone infinitely more functional to use than you ever imagined possible through its comfortable loop and military drop-tested case. The Loopy Team is able to combine this ingenuity with their passion for increasingly important causes in their Loopy for a Cause™ lineup! Under their Loopy for a Cause™ 1% Pledge program, which donates 1% of the total revenue to their partnered organizations each year, a portion of every Midnight Leopard and Leopard case purchased is donated to WCN. This way, not only is your phone protected, wildlife is too!
Tiffany & Co.
Founded in New York in 1837, Tiffany & Co. is the world’s premier jeweler, as well as a leader in sustainability. In 2016, Tiffany supported the #KnotOnMyPlanet awareness and social media campaign for The Elephant Crisis Fund (ECF). In 2018-2021, Tiffany continued its support with Save The Wild, a wildlife-themed jewelry collection with 100% of profits supporting the most urgent elephant, lion, and rhino conservation efforts, as well as the Tiffany Wave collection in Australia supporting the Great Barrier Reef. This partnership raised $11.5 million in support of wildlife conservation since its inception.
The safari and eco-tourism industry relies on the health of iconic wildlife populations, creating a unique opportunity for tourism to play a pivotal role in conservation. The following safari and eco-tourism operators have made a strong commitment to WCN and to wildlife conservation.
andBeyond designs personalized high-end tours in 15 countries in Africa, five in Asia and four in South America, offering discerning travelers a rare and exclusive experience of the world as it should be. We own and operate 29 extraordinary lodges and camps in iconic safari, scenic and island destinations in Africa and South America. This enables us to positively impact more than 9 million acres of wildlife land and 1,800+ miles of coastline. Established in 1991, andBeyond strives to leave our world a better place than we found it through our care of the land, wildlife and people, and the delivery of extraordinary guest experiences. We have established an intimate relationship with some of the world’s last remaining unspoiled natural places and the communities that surround them. In combination with our highly-skilled guides and rangers, this allows us to deliver extraordinary guest experiences that feel profoundly meaningful.
andBeyond is a member of the Lionscape Coalition, which is an initiative between the Lion Recovery Fund and Africa’s top tourism operators to support on-the-ground conservation work and encourage travelers to support the future of lions.
Conservation Travel Foundation by Ultimate Safaris
Conservation Travel Foundation (established by Ultimate Safaris Namibia, a Conservation Travel company, in 2006) focuses on forming and strengthening links between responsible Conservation Travel and Namibia’s cultural and natural heritage stakeholders. Through its support from Ultimate Safaris and other partners, the Foundation enriches lives by creating viable economic development for rural communities through Conservation Travel, which in turn supports sizable conservation efforts. The objective of the Foundation is to pool unconditional micro donations in order to bring about unconditional macro impact. Structures are non-bureaucratic, speedy and efficient, and 100% of all proceeds raised are directly invested into worthy projects, whilst all running costs of the Foundation are covered by Ultimate Safaris. The Foundation provides an alternative to the unintentionally exploitative and occasionally destructive elements of conventional tourism and our hope is to lead the way in conservation, philanthropy and enriching lives within Namibia.
Conservation Travel Foundation is a member of the Lionscape Coalition, which is an initiative between the Lion Recovery Fund and Africa’s top tourism operators to support on-the-ground conservation work and encourage travelers to support the future of lions.
Founded in Botswana in 1983, Wilderness is widely acclaimed as Africa’s leading authentic and sustainable ecotourism operator, creating life-changing journeys in some of the most remote and pristine areas in six African countries: Botswana, Kenya, Namibia, Rwanda, Zambia and Zimbabwe. In this way it offers its guests private access to almost three million hectares of Africa’s finest wildlife reserves, while remaining fiercely committed to conserving Africa’s spectacular biodiversity and sharing ecotourism’s benefits with rural people. Wilderness is deeply committed to its 4Cs sustainability ethos of Commerce, Community, Culture and Conservation – values that drive all of its operations.
Wilderness is a member of the Lionscape Coalition, which is an initiative between the Lion Recovery Fund and Africa’s top tourism operators to support on-the-ground conservation work and encourage travelers to support the future of lions.