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Partnering with Wildlife Defence League

We are SO thrilled to have the opportunity to support Wildlife Defence League. WDL works to end exploitation the wildlife of British Columbia. Specifically, WDL campaigns to end trophy hunting of Grizzlies and Wolves. They use methods such as community outreach, education, and creative activism to echo their message. There is excellent information on their website that explains in more detail their mission to make a #TrophyFreeBC at www.wildlifedefenceleague.org.

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Partnering with Save the Whales

We are so pleased to be partnering with Save the Whales, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization working to protect and preserve marine mammals through educating children and adults. We will be donating 10% of sales from our new collection "Whale Conservation" to help support Save the Whales and they great work they do. You can learn more about Save the Whales and some of the species they are working to protect at their website www.savethewhales.org

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Partnering with Wild Camel Protection Foundation

Did you know there is a species of critically endangered camels? This species of camels are called Wild Camels (Camelus ferus) and there are estimated to be less than 1,000 individuals left. They are found in the Gobi desert in north-west China and Mongolia. The Wild Camel Protection Foundation is the only charity in the world with a specific mission to protect this amazing species. Please learn more about Wild Camels and the amazing work of the WCPF at www.wildcamels.com.

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Partnering with Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International

Wear for Wild will be donating 10% of proceeds from our Gorilla Conservation collection to the Fossey Fund! We are so pleased to be partnered with this incredible organization. The Fossey Fund works to preserve gorillas and the habitat they depend on. Their work is based on a comprehensive approach by direct protection of gorillas on the ground, educating the public and conservationists, supporting research, as well as working with local communities. Please check out their website www.gorillafund.org and find them on Facebook to learn more about the great work they do!

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Introducing our Tiger Conservation Collection

Tiger populations have declined nearly 97% in the last century, with approximately 3,200 individuals left today. We are proudly donated 10% of sales from our Tiger Conservation collection to WildAid, a non-profit organization working to end the trade of tiger parts and products. Tiger part and products are sold in China, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, and the United States. You can help by supporting WildAid and being a voice for tigers!

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