“We are a company built on the foundation of charitable contribution, reducing our carbon footprint, and working towards a better tomorrow.”

The following non-profit organizations have been carefully selected as partners to achieve our goal:

International Rhino Foundation

For 25 years, the International Rhino Foundation (IRF) has worked to ensure the survival of the world’s rhinos through conservation and research. Based in the United States, the International Rhino Foundation operates on-the-ground programs in all areas of the world where the five remaining species of rhinos live in the wild. To this day, the IRF has contributed more than $20 million to worldwide conservation over the past decade, and has secured 90% of Zimbabwe’s rhino population. Grants and field programs contribute towards focusing on scientific research, anti-poaching, habitat conservation, captive breeding, environmental education, and demand reduction. To learn more, please visit



The mission of WildAid is to end the illegal wildlife trade in our lifetime. By working to reduce global consumption of wildlife products through education and  strengthening enforcement, WildAid has seen dramatic results. WildAid’s message to protect Sharks, Tigers, Elephants, Rhinos, Sea Turtles, Mantas, Pangolins, and our Climate is heavily endorsed by athletes, celebrities, successful business persons, and major media sources reaching up to 1 billion people every week. To learn more, please visit


Sea Turtle Conservancy

The Sea Turtle Conservancy is a non-profit organization headquartered in Florida dedicated to protecting threatened turtles and tortoises and their habitats worldwide. Founded in 1959, the Sea Turtle Conservancy has focused its efforts in worldwide programs regarding the monitoring and trade prevention that threatens species, maintaining captive breeding programs to restore natural populations, conserving species in their natural habitat, and global awareness outreach. To date, the Sea Turtle Conservancy has protected 45,000 acres of wild land. To learn more, please visit


Conservation International

Conservation International (CI) has been protecting nature for nearly 30 years. By way of scientific research, protecting our natural wealth, fostering effective governance, and promoting sustainable production, Conservation International has helped support 1,200 protected areas and interventions across 77 countries.  CI has partnered with communities, corporations, and countries in successfully protecting more than 601 million hectares of land, marine, and coastal areas. To learn more, please visit