We donate 5% of profits from our ranges to various not for profit conservation organisations and are always eager to support specific conservation work.
If you would like to work with us on a project please contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
World Animal Protection (formerly WSPA) has been traveling the world to protect animals for more than 50 years.
Whether it's animals is disaster zones, farming, communities or the wild, World Animal Protection move the world to protect animals.
World Animal Protection is campaigning for a Universal Declaration on Animal Welfare, and over 2 million people, 330 animal groups and dozens of governments have already pledged their support.
Did you know? In 2013 World Animal Protection successfully moved the United Nations to include animal welfare in resolutions for the first time – a victory that will lead to policy change worldwide.
Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC) is the largest private (non-profit) owner of land for conservation in Australia, protecting endangered wildlife across more than 3.15 million hectares in iconic regions such as the Kimberley, Cape York, the Top End and Lake Eyre. Our properties are home to over 86% of all Australian bird species and 71% of all native mammal species. We protect more species (and more threatened species) than any other non-government organisation. Most importantly, AWC now safeguards some of the largest remaining populations of many threatened species, such as Bilbies, Numbats and Bridled Nailtail Wallabies.
AWC has developed an effective new model for conservation focused on practical land management – including fire management and feral animal control - informed by world-class science. AWC is unique in that around 80% of our staff are based in the field. Our commitment to deploying resources in the field has enabled us to deliver ground-breaking programs in relation to fire management, feral animal control and endangered species translocations.
AWC is proud to partner with Marini Ferlazzo. A percentage of the profits sold from the Australian Collection will be donated to AWC to support the conservation of Australia’s threatened wildlife.
To find out more, please visit: www.australianwildlife.org
Edgar’s Mission is a not for profit Farm Sanctuary that seeks to create a humane and just world for humans and non-humans. Edgar’s Mission Farm Sanctuary is set on 153 peaceable acres situated just outside of Lancefield, nestled in the tranquillity of the Macedon Ranges. Their farm sanctuary currently provides life-long love and care to over 350 rescued animals.
Edgar’s Mission was founded by Pam Ahern and named after her first rescued pig, Edgar. Edgar Alan Pig, aka “the pig who started it all” sadly passed away shortly after his 7th birthday party in April 2010. Edgar, a gentle giant, touched so many people and was an amazing ambassador for pigs and farmed animals everywhere. He will be missed beyond words – but his mission will continue.
To find out more, please visit edgarsmission.org.au
The Australian Koala Foundation (AKF) is the principal non-profit, non-government organisation dedicated to the conservation and effective management of the wild koala and its habitat.
Did you know? The Koala is listed as a 'vulnerable' species under the Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act.
Painted Dog Conservation Incorporated Australian (PDC Inc) is a non-profit organisation, established in October 2003 to provide support for projects in Africa that are actively conserving the endangered African Wild Dog, also known as the Painted Hunting Dog or Painted Wolf. Originally focused on the Painted Dog Research Project in Zimbabwe, PDC Inc now also support projects in Zambia and Namibia. PDC Inc was founded by Greg Gibbard, John and Angela Lemon, Richard (Dick) Watson, Chris and Margie McClelland, May and Wilf Core and Lyn Clune, and is registered in Western Australia.
Earthwatch is an international not-for-profit organisation bringing people and science together to advance conservation, research and education for a sustainable planet. Paying volunteers work alongside leading scientists on research expeditions ranging from diving and snorkelling to projects dealing with mammals, archaeology and climate change in more than 30 countries.
On an Earthwatch Expedition, you’ll help find solutions to some of today’s most pressing environmental challenges.
Join respected scientists in the field where they’re investigating critical environmental issues. Volunteers make hands-on contributions to research while experiencing the cultural and natural wonders of places around the globe.
Travel the world while saving the planet.
Where would you like to go? How would you like to get involved? Explore our more than 50 scientific research expeditions at au.earthwatch.org