The African Wildlife Foundation’s corporate and business partners take a leadership role in advancing our key programs: saving lions, elephants, great apes, and other imperiled species; protecting critical wildlife habitat; building conservation capacity for community partners; and developing ‘wildlife compatible’ business ventures that benefit people in Africa.
African Wildlife Foundation receives a royalty of 10% for online sales from The Sweni Collection.
AWF receives a royalty of 50% for each AWF elephant charm sold, and $1 from the sale of each kid’s line elephant charm.
This leading distributor of food and beverages in the Scandinavian market is supporting AWF through the sales of a special line of coffee that is linked to AWF’s Elephant Campaign.
AWF teamed up with Disneynature to highlight the plight of Africa’s big cats, which has intensified in recent decades due to shrinking habitat and mounting conflict with humans. They generously agreed to donate a portion of sales from their film African Cats to support an AWF land lease conservation program that protects big cat habitat in Kenya. The “See African Cats, Save the Savanna” initiative was a roaring success. The proceeds allowed AWF to ultimately conserve tens of thousands of acres of savanna ecosystem for lions, cheetahs, and other wildlife.
“We have been so impressed with AWF’s attention to the overall communications to your constituents around this project, as well as the incredible dedication and expertise of your staff in the field. In fact we couldn’t be happier to be working with a longtime partner like the African Wildlife Foundation.”
– The Walt Disney Co.
The name of this company comes with a promise to consumers—that their product is helping to safeguard the iconic wildlife pictured on each chocolate bar. Through their partnership with AWF, Endangered Species Chocolate is helping to protect lions, elephants, and zebras through their 10% Giveback program. “The work of AWF meshes so well with our mission of supporting species, habitat, and humanity. Ten percent of net profits generated from Endangered Species Chocolate sales will be donated to aid AWF’s species research, land protection, and local empowerment programs. Talk about indulging in a cause!”– Endangered Species Chocolate
This Swiss manufacturer of high-end watches created a limited-edition African Wildlife Foundation branded “Big Bang Out of Africa” timepiece. Supermodel Veronica Varekova was both the face of Hublot for this unique creation and an AWF Goodwill Ambassador. The three-year Hublot partnership linked sales of the unique timepiece with support for AWF’s efforts to save Africa’s wildlife and wild lands. The program launch featured a special event at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City where celebrities and conservationists gathered to celebrate this timely partnership.
Lost Rhino supports AWF with the net profits from their “Save the Rhino” t-shirt line and donates 25 cents for every pint of their seasonal Megafauna beer sold.
Oliberté, the world’s only Fair Trade Certified footwear factory, donates a royalty of 10% from the sale of its Simien Boot. Based in Addis Ababa, Oliberté supports AWF’s conservation programs in Ethiopia.
Sebra Light, a Norwegian lighting company, has agreed to make an annual contribution in support of the African Wildlife Foundation’s zebra conservation programs.
AWF’s six-year partnership with Starbucks and 5,000 farmers under the Kenya Heartland Coffee Project delivered a bold blend of results for people and wildlife. This project boosted coffee production through farmer training on conservation friendly growing practices. It also established a quality lab which helped growers to monitor and refine their coffee. True to AWF’s mission and Starbucks’ commitment to social responsibility, this project aimed to foster an environmentally and economically vibrant landscape.
“With the local knowledge and expertise of AWF and Starbucks’ expertise in coffee quality, agronomy and socially responsible purchasing practices, we hope to positively impact the quantity and quality of coffee produced by selected cooperatives. We are pleased to enrich the livelihoods of coffee farmers in East Africa and throughout the world.”
AWF receives a royalty of 10% for sales of Sticker Farm’s African Wildlife Collection. Sticker Farm is a children’s lifestyle brand committed to developing and inspiring conscious young members of a global society in a fun and effortless way.
The Elephant Pants, an apparel company, donates $1-2 to AWF's elephant conservation program for every item sold.
Founded in 1981, Thomson Safaris sets the standard for exceptional experiences in East Africa, leading Tanzania Safaris and Mount Kilimanjaro treks. Thomson was named to the 2013 Travel + Leisure World’s Best list, as National Geographic Adventure’s Best Adventure Travel Company on Earth (twice), and as the Tanzania Tourism Board’s Tour Operator of the Year, Humanitarian of the Year, and Conservation Award winner. Thomson Safaris partnered with AWF to enable travelers to effect positive change and become ambassadors for conservation in Africa. Members will be able to contribute to programs that combat poaching, promote education, and develop sustainable agricultural practices, to name a few.
Topi has agreed to donate a percentage of its yearly net profits to the African Wildlife Foundation. Topi is a networking app that connects everyone at events.
Director of Corporate & Foundation Relations
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Washington, DC 20036