Shop Items that Support Wildlife Conservation
Wildlife Conservation Network is proud to partner with companies that are committed to having a positive impact by donating a portion of proceeds to wildlife conservation.
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Helping people. Protecting the planet. Evolve Together makes make quality daily essentials that are stamped with global coordinates to remind us that we’re all connected no matter our race, gender, religion or where we live. Their limited-edition charity collabs give back to trusted nonprofits working to make the world a better place for all of us. It’s just one more way we can do good, together.
From cozy long sleeve shirts to cozy pajamas, you’ll have fun shopping for your friends and family at Ivory Ella. This mission-driven apparel company was created in 2015, and donates 10% of every single sale to African elephants and other charitable causes. Ivory Ella is one of the largest ethical lifestyle brands, offering high-quality everyday wear and tons of accessories, home décor, and other gifts.
JINS Eyewear helps their customers see the world better, but they also like to make the world a better place to see. That’s why they’ve developed Cases for Causes — when you buy a Cases for Causes case, 100% of all sales goes back to local nonprofits. Whether it’s promoting cultural diversity or protecting wildlife, each of the organizations empowered by this program is slowly changing the world.
Fahlo’s bracelets come with an experience that will last all year: the ability to track a real wild elephant or penguin online via tracking data. The bracelet includes your animal’s name, photo, history, and the ability to see where he or she travels throughout their habitat. These beautiful bracelets and other jewelry will not only look amazing on your loved ones, but a portion of every sale will also be donated to Save the Elephants or Global Penguin Society.
Support MarAlliance’s partner communities in the Kuna Yala Comarca through the purchase of these unique beautiful mola masks depicting focal species. Molas are traditionally made and worn as clothing by Kuna women. More recently these unique and delicate appliques have become an important source of income for Guna families as they are commonly sold as souvenirs to tourists. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all tourism to Panama has stopped and the Comarca has closed its borders. 100% of proceeds will go to support the women crafters and their communities with fisher support, educational and food assistance.
Leggings & Accessories
Okapi leggings are a must for the athleisure-wearing wildlife enthusiast in your life. Not only do these cheeky leggings help bring awareness to the species—you’ll undoubtedly get questions while wearing them—but the sales directly support Okapi Conservation Project’s (OCP) programs to protect this elusive, endangered species in the thick forests of the Democratic Republic of Congo. OCP also has adorable gift boxes perfect for the wildlife lover in your life.
Shop plushies and other unique gifts like eco-mochilas, which are crafted from discarded plastic bags, from Proyecto Tití. All items are made by local women in Colombia, giving them an opportunity to provide for their families and reduce dependence on forest resources—ultimately conserving habitat for endangered cotton-top tamarins.
Plushies, Books, Games & More
Wildlife Tree’s goal is to inspire children to become wildlife advocates by learning about animals through imagination and play. They are proud to offer animal-themed toys, books, games and more – geared for ages 3-13. They also offer our edZOOcation Boxes, educational animal-themed subscription boxes containing toys, activities, books, STEAM educational materials, and more to help young ones explore and learn. 10% of their profits are donated to a variety of conservation NGOs, including WCN.
Travel to warmer climates with Mudpuppy’s Rainforest Glow in the Dark Puzzle. After you put together 100 pieces of rainforest fun, turn out the lights to see the puzzle glow! 3% of sales of each puzzle is donated to WCN.
Poppi the Okapi
Poppi The Okapi is Darryl Silver’s book debut. Darryl used to take his kids to the Los Angeles County Zoo when they were young and he was fascinated with the Okapi’s. Not the animal itself but the word Okapi. Darryl and his kids would spend hours playing a rhyming game he invented with the word Okapi and after a decade of this silly little game he finally decided to write a book and share it with the rest of the world. Each book purchase comes with an Okapi Conservation Project sticker.
Shop books from the beautiful Remembering Wildlife collection. Proceeds benefit projects including our Partners Cheetah Conservation Fund, Cheetah Conservation Botswana, and Niassa Lion Project.
Saiga Conservation Alliance
This saiga toy was so popular at our Wildlife Conservation Expo that Saiga Conservation Alliance (SCA) brought them back year round. These toys are handmade by a craftswoman who lives in the community adjacent to Russia’s Stepnoy Reserve, where saiga antelope live year-round. Sales support SCA’s work to secure a future for saigas.
Snow Leopard Conservancy
Shop a variety plushies, collectibles, accessories, and books for yourself or your favorite snow leopard enthusiast. Proceeds from sales support Snow Leopard Conservancy‘s work to engage local people and build on their traditional beliefs to create harmony between people and the endangered snow leopard.
Glimpse into the lives of the very youngest members of these majestic, endangered wild species.
For the last twenty years, Suzi Eszterhas has dedicated her life and her work as a wildlife photographer to capturing the family life of wild animals throughout the world, mainly those that are endangered. Often spending weeks, months, or even years with a single animal family, she has photographed many unique moments in the lives of young animals. New on Earth is a collection of her most spectacular photographs—from groundbreaking images of tiger cubs in their den in India, to newborn cheetahs on the African savanna, to brown bear cubs seeing the world for the first time in the Alaskan wilderness.
30% of proceeds from New on Earth will benefit Wildlife Conservation Network.
Visit the Macaw Recovery Network (MRN) in Costa Rica to experience conservation firsthand. Take a tour through a dry tropical jungle on the Pacific slopes of Costa Rica’s gorgeous Nicoya Peninsula, just minutes from the beautiful Playa Islita. Visitors are welcomed with a short slideshow about Macaw Recovery Network ’s conservation efforts. A tour guide will take you to watch a released wild flock of Scarlet Macaws as they fly in from the surrounding area for their morning or afternoon snack. 100% of revenues are donated to MRN.
Heart Shaped Games
We Are The Caretakers is an afrofuturist sci-fi squad management strategy game about protecting endangered animals and your planet from extinction. Recruit, train, manage and build squads of arcane protectors called The Caretakers, after the massive energy barrier that separates you from a wider universe mysteriously falls. Grow a global resistance of over 70 unique characters while managing your reputation, funds, animals, and alliances.
Proyecto Tití has created an innovative way to save trees for tamarins! In Colombia, most fence posts are made from young sapling trees that are cut from the forest. To save trees for tamarins, they have created TITI POSTS, fence posts made from recycled plastic. TITI POSTS are remarkably durable and last longer than any wooden fence post. Their goal to use TITI POSTS throughout all of our forest restoration areas so that they can protect these areas for cotton-tops and native Colombian wildlife forever! When you buy a TITI POST you save a tree and help protect cotton-tops.
Endangered Species Chocolate
Black Kite Cellars
Africa Quest wines from Black Kite Cellars donates 100% of the profits from their 2016 Africa Quest Pinot Noir to support the Samburu Vet Project. This project benefits the Rhino Recovery Fund and Save the Elephants, Ewaso Lions, and Grevy’s Zebra Trust by providing critical on-the-ground veterinary care to help save wildlife in northern Kenya.
Save animals while flashing a healthy smile! Touted by dental and wellness experts alike, Cocofloss is a soft, super-cleansing floss woven from recycled water bottles. Infused with soothing coconut oil and irresistible aromas — including Fresh Coconut, Pure Strawberry, and Summer Watermelon — Cocofloss turns a daily chore into a self-care treat. Their adorable eco-friendly gift sets directly benefit penguins, African painted dogs, spectacled bears, and reforestation efforts in Brazil. Bonus: Each set comes with refills in fully compostable wrappers!
Mad Hippie, one of the world’s leading organic cosmetic brands, makes natural skin care and beauty products with a social and environmental conscience. They are committed to offering safe and effective skin care without the use of parabens, synthetic fragrance, dyes, and other chemicals, all while taking great care to reduce their carbon footprint for a healthier planet. We personally love the Vitamin C Serum! $1 from every online purchase will go to support Save the Elephants and other conservation efforts.
Spectacled Bear Conservation
Spectacled Bear Conservation’s (SBCs) handcrafted woolen animals, or “feltis” from Peru, are the most popular item at WCN’s Wildlife Conservation Expo, selling out every year. SBC works with remote communities in northwestern Peru to provide training and equipment to produce the feltis. The money from sales goes back into these communities providing a much-needed boost to their economy to help women and children. In return, these communities enthusiastically support conservation and the efforts of SBC to protect the spectacled bear and its fragile habitat.
Celebrate your little one’s milestones and holidays with the Precious Earth collection from Precious Moments®. Each piece in this collection showcases adorable elephants, spectacled bears, cotton-top tamarins, and sloths to inspire a sense of wonder and curiosity. Items in the collection are made from sustainable materials such as bamboo pulp, and each comes with a photo card so your little one can learn about each animal’s story. 5% of the sales for each item in this collection goes towards creating a better world for your baby by helping ensure wildlife is in her future.
© 2021 Precious Moments, Inc.
Animal print is timeless – for yourself and your phone! We love Loopy Cases, a family-owned small business creating stylish cases to protect your phone with their comfortable StoptheDrop® design. Loopy donates 5% of the sale of each Leopard and Midnight Leopard case to protect endangered species around the world.
Making the perfect stocking stuffer, these PopGrips will help your friends hold their phones and show their support of wildlife. 50% of all sales from PopSockets’ WCN Poptivism collection supports our efforts to protect endangered species and preserve their natural habitats.
STEP 22 Gear
STEP 22 Gear is built for Adventurers. If you’re tired of buying the same gear over and over only to have it wear out and fail, check out STEP 22 for high quality adventure travel goods. 1% of all sales are donated to WCN.
Ecomochilas in Colombia
An “eco-mochila” is a traditional bag used in Colombia that is hand-crocheted by women in the village of Los Limites near Proyecto Tití’s field site in Santa Catalina. It is created entirely from recycled plastic bags. By purchasing an eco-mochila, your money will help the community of Los Limites generate income to support their families while reducing their dependency on forest resources, therefor helping protect cotton-top tamarins.
"Feltis" in Peru
SBC‘s felti program involves the production of small, hand-crafted, woolen animals using a method called dry-needle felting. Since 2010, SBC has employed more than 100 felti artisans—women from rural and indigenous communities. They become empowered by earning a fair and competitive wage, with many participants earning an income for the first time in their lives. By providing an alternative livelihood that isn’t related to natural resource extraction, human pressure on prime spectacled bear habitat from activities is decreased.