Impact Partners

Born Free Foundation & Born Free USA

Since 1984, Born Free has been working tirelessly to ensure that all wild animals, whether living in captivity or in the wild, are treated with compassion and respect. We work across the world to preserve and protect wildlife in its natural habitat – finding Compassionate Conservation solutions so that humans and wildlife can co-exist peacefully. In 2002, Born Free USA, a 501(c)(3) was launched in the United States to bring that vision to the American Public. We operate the largest primate sanctuary in the country, with over 500 individuals in our care. We also champion humane legislation, fight the illegal wildlife trade, and promote the welfare of iconic species exploited in captivity. #KeepWildlifeInTheWild

Cintoc

CINTOC is a a strategic intelligence organization made up of experienced investigators, analysts and advisors. CINTOC provides innovative solutions to governments, industries, and communities fighting crime and corruption. Our unique approach attacks the very systems that allow illegal networks – from rogue states to wildlife smugglers – to thrive. We work hard to create alliances between groups facing a common threat that allow us to more effectively advocate for change at the highest levels of government. In addition, we support law enforcement partners to take direct action against crime and corruption.

David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation

DSWF is an effective wildlife conservation charity funding key projects in Africa and Asia working to save endangered wildlife. DSWF fights for greater legal protection of endangered species; funds international cross-border enforcement programmes; builds capacity of key law enforcement networks; supports undercover investigations into wildlife crime; campaigns to bring an end to the trade in the parts of endangered wildlife and equips and trains rangers to protect vulnerable wildlife populations from poachers.

Elephant Protection Initiative

We, the EPI, comprise 19 African countries determined to end the killing of our elephants. The majority of surviving elephants live in our countries. We span the continent, from east to west, from savannah to dense forests. We are Anglophone, Francophone and Lusophone. We have a plan to protect our elephants. We can do most of the work ourselves, but we also welcome your support.

Global Ocean

Global Ocean is a marine conservation charity, established in 2006. We aim to educate and raise awareness about the importance of healthy oceans for sustaining life. In doing so we seek to positively engage the public and encourage stewardship of our blue planet. Our campaigns across the UK, India, UAE and USA focus on the problem of plastic pollution in the marine environment, plus elasmobranch and cetacean conservation.Our mission is to educate and raise awareness about the importance of healthy oceans for sustaining life and positively engage the public and encourage stewardship of our blue planet.

Jane Goodall Institute Australia

The Jane Goodall Institute Australia (JGIA) is a truly holistic conservation organisation that is part of a global organisation with chapters in 35 countries. JGIA’s purpose is to “Inspire actions that connect people with animals and our shared environment” and this is exemplified in our logo. We started with our founder Dr Jane Goodall and have a flagship animal of the chimpanzee, but our projects focus on protecting the broader environment and the communities surrounding the chimp habitats. And of course, the bilby represents and symbolises our Australian chapter.

Stop Ivory

Stop Ivory is an independent non-government organisation which aims to protect elephants and stop the ivory trade by implementing the Elephant Protection Initiative. Currently, the EPI – with the support of its partners – provides the only end-to-end global policy solution to end the ivory trade and the poaching of Africa’s elephants for ivory. In 2010, by way of a political consensus, all 38 African Elephant Range States (countries where elephants naturally exist) agreed to an African Elephant Action Plan that committed them to working together to protect the continent’s elephants and crack down on trafficking. In February 2014, leaders from Botswana, Chad, Gabon, Ethiopia and Tanzania, galvanised a crisis response to implement that plan, launching the Elephant Protection Initiative (EPI).

WildAid

WildAid‘s mission is to end the illegal wildlife trade in our lifetimes. WildAid primarily works to reduce global consumption of wildlife products such as elephant ivory, rhino horn, tiger and pangolin parts, and shark fin soup. With an unrivaled portfolio of celebrity ambassadors and a global network of media partners, WildAid leverages over $230 million in annual pro-bono media support with a simple message: When the Buying Stops, the Killing Can Too.

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