Wildlife conservation





Wines that fund oyster and bee habitat restoration in 20 states. Their Mendocino County Sauvignon Blanc restores 100 wild oysters per bottle, and their Willamette Valley Pinot Noir plants 90 sq ft of bee habitat per bottle. To date Proud Pour has restored over 10 million oysters and 53 acres of bee habitat, supporting 18 nonprofit environmental partners. Up next is a Cider for Sea Turtles!

Supports: Sustainability + Wildlife Conservation





Inspired by the traditional sundowner experience after a day out in the African bush, Elephant Gin’s products are distilled using carefully selected botanicals, including rare African ingredients, to create distinctive flavor profiles. Handmade in Germany, each bottle is custom-made with hand-written labels that show the names of famous African elephants. Elephant Gin also gives back to what inspired the gin in the first place: 15% of proceeds are donated to two African elephant foundations to support the preservation of the African wildlife.

Supports: Wildlife Conservation



The creation of an entrepreneur and philanthropist on a mission to save the critically endangered Snow Leopard from extinction and help improve the livelihoods of the herder families that share their home range. This luxury vodka, made from rare spelt grain and distilled to perfection, mirrors the rare beauty of this majestic creature. 15 % of profits and all the money raised by their fundraising activities goes towards snow leopard conservation projects through the Snow Leopard Trust.

Supports: Wildlife Conservation





A Green America Approved Business, Big Dipper Wax Works makes 100% pure beeswax candles. In addition to supporting sustainable beekeeping, the consumption of beeswax candles is good for the air we breathe. Unlike paraffin candles, which are made with a petroleum-based wax, beeswax candles have a completely clean non-toxic burn. Additionally, 10% of their net profits from candle sales are donated to organizations dedicated to outreach, education, and sustainability efforts devoted to promoting sustainable beekeeping.

Promotes: Sustainability + Wildlife Conservation

Photo by: We Are Wildflowers

Photo by: We Are Wildflowers


Longtime, passionate advocates of sustainability, GoodLight makes paraffin-free, lead-free, phthalate-free, plant-based candles at an affordable price tag. They have a wide variety of scented and unscented votives, tea lights, tapers, birthday candles, pillars, and more, and offer bulk discounts for venues and events. GoodLight makes their candles out of palm wax while simultaneously supporting the sustainable palm movement, as the palm oil industry has resulted in serious environmental degradation worldwide. Believers that market-driven change is one of the only ways to positively impact the palm industry, GoodLight is a member of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), which advances sustainable palm farming practices and promotes social responsibility. Through RSPO's PalmTrace Book-and-Claim system, GoodLight buys credits that pay RSPO-certified growers a premium for their sustainably farmed harvests. In addition, GoodLight is a contributing member of 1% For The Planet; supporters of the Orangutan Land Trust, which protects Southeast Asian forests and wildlife endangered by irresponsible palm plantation expansion; and contribute to Carbonfund.org's reforestation and avoided deforestation projects, planting trees to offset their office emissions and all transportation required to deliver GoodLight from its source to their customers.  

Supports: Sustainability + Wildlife Conservation 

Locations available: Ships nationwide 





Founded by adventurer, conservationist artist, and speaker Holly Budge, How Many Elephants uses design as a powerful tool to bridge the gap between scientific data and human connection in the field of wildlife conservation. Their line of stationary, greeting cards, gift bags, and gift wrap is handmade from wildcrafted lokta paper and designed to raise awareness of the African Elephant poaching crisis. Additionally, profits fund their charity arm, which works with several direct action, on-the-ground initiatives who are doing incredible work on the front lines of conservation. Few people know that 96 African elephants are poached each day for their ivory. At this astonishing rate they will be extinct in the wild in the next decade. How Many Elephants brings awareness to the crisis, and supports organizations making a change. 

Supports: Wildlife Conservation