charity partners

We partner with a a variety of local and international charities to support their wildlife conservation projects and who make a positive impact on the communities in which we operate.

Our goals are to reduce our environmental impact, protect future animal species and help preserve our beloved planet earth.

10% of all our profits from each product goes directly to the relevant wildlife charity.

bat conservation trust

Registered Charity No. 1012361

The Bat Conservation Trust works with volunteers, scientists, industry and government both locally and nationally on a range of projects. Their vision is for the world to be rich in wildlife where Bats and people thrive together. Their work focuses on discovering more out about Bats, how they use the landscape and taking relevant actions to protect Bats.


Registered Charity No. 1092293

Buglife is the only organisation in Europe devoted to the conservation of all invertebrates. They’re actively working to save Britain’s rarest little animals, everything from Bees to Beetles, Worms to Woodlice and jumping Spiders to Jellyfish. Invertebrates underpin life on earth and without them the world’s ecosystems would collapse.

bumblebee conservation trust

Registered Charity No. 1115634

The Bumblebee Conservation Trust is a non-profit organisation. Their vision is that everything we do will help to ensure our communities and countryside across the UK are rich in Bumblebees and colourful wildflowers, supporting a diversity of wildlife and habitats for everyone to enjoy. Their mission is to halt and then reverse the decline of Bumblebees.

cool earth

Registered Charity No. 1117978

Cool Earth backs people to protect rainforest and fight the climate crisis. They share the most effective conservation methods around the world and invest in the best outcomes for people and rainforest. Support Cool Earth, and take the smartest climate action there is.

david shepherd foundation

Registered Charity No. 1106893

David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF) is a highly effective wildlife conservation charity, which funds front line projects across Africa and Asia. They help secure a future for wildlife in their natural habitat by fighting wildlife crime through ranger programmes and law enforcement initiatives and by engaging with communities to educate and raise awareness to reduce threats to wildlife.

derbyshire wildlife trust

Registered Charity No. 222212

The Derbyshire Wildlife Trust want to help nature to recover from the decline that for decades has been the staple diet of scientific studies and news stories. They believe passionately that wildlife and natural processes need to have space to thrive, beyond designated nature reserves and other protected sites.

falklands conservation

Registered Charity No. 1073859

Falklands Conservation work with local and international partners to conserve the natural environment of the Falkland Islands, including Penguins and their habitats, for future generations. They achieve this through community outreach, practical conservation, advocacy, and research.

the fox project

Registered Charity No. 1190070

The Fox Project is a wildlife rescue and rehabilitation charity dedicated to the Red Fox, established in 1992. They provide education and information to the public to reduce fear and persecution, and to also encourage tolerance and an understanding of our wild neighbour.

galapagos conservation trust

Registered Charity No. 3004112

Galapagos Conservation Trust (GCT) is the only UK charity to focus solely on the conservation of the Galapagos Islands, one of the most unique areas in the world. This includes supporting and delivering projects that restore natural habitats, protect threatened species including Giant Tortoises and Sharks, and drive sustainable solutions.

the gorilla organization

Registered Charity No. 1117131

The Gorilla Organization takes an innovative, community-led approach to conservation. Through their projects, they work to save the last Gorillas in the wild from extinction. In 2018, the Mountain Gorilla subspecies come off the critically endangered list. But with just over 1,000 left in the wild they are still officially endangered and there’s still work to do.

humane society international

Registered Charity No. 1098925

Humane Society International - UK is an effective global voice for animals, campaigning to end animal suffering and cruelty in the UK, Europe and across the world. Globally, HSI advocates on behalf of animals and leads campaigns to end animal testing for cosmetics, combating illegal wildlife trade, the suffering of animals in factory farming and the cruel killing of dogs for their meat.

international otter survival fund

Registered Charity No. SC003875

The International Otter Survival Fund (IOSF) is one of the world's leading otter charities. In the UK IOSF is the only charity solely dedicated to the conservation, protection and care of otters based on years of scientific research in the UK and around the world.

the mammal society

Registered Charity No. 278918

Established in 1954, The Mammal Society is a charity advocating science-led mammal conservation, leading efforts to collect and share information on mammals, encouraging research to learn more about their ecology, distribution and contribute meaningfully to efforts to conserve them.

marine conservation society

Registered Charity No. 1004005

The Marine Conservation Society is a UK wide community of ocean lovers all working together towards their vision of a sea full of life, where nature flourishes and people thrive. They fight for the future of our ocean through people powered action with science on their side. The Marine Conservation Society work around the UK protecting our seas, and also contribute to international data and legislation.

orangutan foundation

Registered Charity No. 1095660

Orangutan Foundation is the foremost UK Orangutan conservation organisation.
The foundation’s unique and diverse approach to conservation goes beyond that of purely protecting critically endangered Orangutans, it also focuses on the safeguarding of natural forest habitat, working with local communities to encourage research and education.

people's trust of endangered species

Registered Charity No. 274206

People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) is a UK conservation charity ensuring a future for endangered species throughout the world. They protect some of our most threatened wildlife species and habitats, and provide practical conservation support through research, educational programmes, wildlife surveys, publications and public events.

red squirrels northern england

Registered Charity No. 221819

Red Squirrels Northern England is a project partnership between the Northern Wildlife Trusts, Forestry Commission, Red Squirrel Survival Trust and Natural England. They lead networks of grey squirrel management and monitoring programmes; invest in and empower local community-led conservation and collaborate with partners to share knowledge and develop new approaches to conserving Red Squirrels.

the shark trust

Registered Charity No. 1064185

The Shark Trust is the charity dedicated to safeguarding global Shark populations through positive change. They advocate for policies that protect threatened species and transform fisheries, involving businesses and communities in pursuit of a sustainable future for Sharks and Rays.

the sloth conservation foundation

Registered Charity No. 1170992

The Sloth Conservation Foundation (SloCo) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to saving Sloth’s in the wild through research and conservation initiatives. Based on the belief that teamwork and collaboration are essential for success, it is the mission of SloCo to bring together all people, partners, and institutions working globally with Sloth’s to achieve lasting and targeted conservation solutions.

whale and dolphin conservation

Registered Charity No. 1014705

WDC, Whale and Dolphin Conservation is the leading charity dedicated to the protection of Whales and Dolphins. Their vision is a world where every Whale and Dolphin is safe and free. Their mission is to amaze people with the wonder of Whales and Dolphins and inspire global action to protect them.

wildlife aid foundation

Registered Charity No. 1138944

The Wildlife Aid Foundation is dedicated to the rescue, care and rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned British wildlife. Established in 1980, the charity’s veterinary wildlife hospital in Leatherhead, Surrey, deals with more than 20,000 wildlife emergencies, every year. Open 24/7, 365 days a year, the team’s aim is to return every patient, once recovered, back to the wild.