Valentine’s Day is around the corner, an opportunity to show your loved ones how much you care. Whether it’s a family member, a significant other, a friend, or a neighbor, there are so many reasons to share love with those around us—and what better way than with a gift that supports wildlife conservation?
Wildlife Conservation Network (WCN) is proud to partner with companies that are committed to doing their part to protect wildlife and wild places by donating a percentage of their proceeds to conservation. We’re excited to provide you with a list of thoughtful gift ideas to consider as you shop for your dear ones.
Leopard and Midnight Leopard Phone Case, Loopy Cases
Show your love for both wildlife and your special someone with a Loopy Case. Loopy Cases is a family-owned small business creating stylish cases to protect your phone with their comfortable StoptheDrop® design. Loopy donates 5% of each sale of the Leopard and Midnight Leopard cases to protect endangered species around the world. Shop here, available for Apple, Samsung, and Google phones.
Wildlife Tracking Bracelets, Fahlo
Add some color to your Valentine’s wrist! Each bracelet in Fahlo’s Wildlife Tracking Bracelet collection helps support conservation efforts on the ground to protect threatened wildlife. These stunning beaded bracelets come with the ability to track a real wild elephant, penguin, lion, or giraffe online via Fahlo’s app that uses data from tracking collars. You’ll receive a card with your animal’s name, photo, history, and the ability to see where he or she travels throughout their habitat. These innovative bracelets will not only look amazing on your loved ones, but 10% of every sale will also be donated to conservation. Shop here, starting at $16.95.
“Felti” Animal Ornaments, Spectacled Bear Conservation
The animal “Feltis” handcrafted by Spectacled Bear Conservation (SBC) are one of the cutest gifts around, and they have a Valentine’s collection! SBC works with remote communities in northwestern Peru to train local women as Felti artisans, and the vital income from these crafts helps them provide for their families. In return, these communities enthusiastically support the conservation efforts of SBC to protect the spectacled bear and its fragile habitat. Shop here.
Endangered Species Chocolate
Indulge your sweet tooth this Valentine’s Day. Whether it’s oat milk, tangy berries, or velvety dark chocolate, Endangered Species Chocolate will have a chocolate bar perfect for anyone on your list. With each purchase of a delicious chocolate bar or treat, Endangered Species Chocolate donates 10% of all net profits to wildlife conservation organizations around the world, including WCN. They have donated over $3.1 million since 2016 to support the protection of wildlife to date, while also supporting independent cocoa farmers through Fair Trade sourcing. Shop here.
Coffee, Conservation Through Public Health
Gorilla Conservation Coffee is the perfect gift for any coffee lover in your life. Conservation Through Public Health (CTPH) pays above market value to marginalized smallholder coffee farmers living around Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable National Park to create this coffee and support local economies. This helps farmers improve their family’s well-being and reduce pressure on local natural resources. $1.50 per kilo of coffee purchased is donated to sustain the conservation efforts of CTPH. Shop here.
Eco-mochilas, Proyecto Tití
Shop unique gifts and eco-mochillas, 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. Shop, $15-$100 USD
With any of these gifts, we guarantee your loved ones will feel extra appreciated. Thank you for your generosity from all of us at Wildlife Conservation Network!
Learn more about each of these partnerships and browse other products that support wildlife conservation on our Shop page.