Our mission, with your help is to impact and support the efforts of WWF to save
endangered species and our planet. This is a huge task however we firmly believe that many tiny steps can make a giant leap. Our first campaign has been called Save Me .
We have signed a commercial agreement with Work for Good in the UK. Our
first charity to receive donations from the sale of our goods is WWF, World Wildlife Fund. We will donate £10.00 per garment we sell. Our company have chosen garments like Parker coats, Hoodies. T shirts, long sleeve t shirts, Beanies, Caps and Bags. We have sourced materials which are good for our planet in a hope to make a difference. To make these extra special each item will be embroidered with one of the animals in our range. Current animals are Orangutang, Panda, Blue Whale, Rhino and an Elephant. Each garment is made to order and on placing the order you chose the animal you would like to be displayed on the garment front and back. We have sourced and purchased organic string to attach our product swing tags which also give valuable information about each animal. A lot of thought and planning has gone into this. We are resolved to make a difference and with your support I am sure we will. All our products with the exception of our organic canvas and jute bags are embroidered using organic cottons. The bags are printed.
We have set ourselves Targets. We want to raise 2 million pounds for Work For Good. I think you would agree that’s a giant leap! Because of covid 19 and the Christmas period our goal is to sell 5000 items to begin with by the end January of 2021 which will generate a £50,000 donation for Work For Good on behalf of WWF. We are told this will help be a massive help to get the charity after the Christmas period.
This is the beginning of our journey and with your help together we can make a
difference and then progress to our next level. Our management team have already begun talks with Global Virome Project – The University of California.
Please help us help them. Place your order today. You can contact Tina Thompson in the UK or Tony Lees in the USA or Chris Rowlands in Australia