We must take a stand to protect the world's oceans, forests, wildlife, and unique ecosystems. While pollution, over-fishing, and deforestation continue to rise, our efforts to protect the world need to increase with it as well. 10% of every Go Wild Sale made is donated to one of our partner non-profit organizations that focus on the conservation of our planet. We have worked with smaller local organizations with specific missions for specific parks or wildlife and larger organizations with global conservation goals.
We take the time to research our partner organizations meticulously to ensure our donations are being utilized morally and responsibly. We are looking continuously for new organizations to partner with, and all suggestions sent to us are taken into consideration. If you would like your purchase to be donated to a specific organization please add that into the notes of your order. Together we can make a difference.
NRDC works to safeguard the earth—its people, its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends. They combine the power of more than three million members and online activists with the expertise of some 600 scientists, lawyers, and policy advocates across the globe to ensure the rights of all people to the air, the water, and the wild.
WCS's goal is to conserve the world's largest wild places in 16 priority regions, home to more than 50% of the world's biodiversity. WCS envisions a world where wildlife thrives in healthy lands and seas, valued by societies that embrace and benefit from the diversity and integrity of life on earth. WCS saves wildlife and wild places worldwide through science, conservation action, education, and inspiring people to value nature.
Oceana seeks to make our oceans more biodiverse and abundant by winning policy victories in the countries that govern much of the world's marine life. Oceana, founded in 2001, is the largest international advocacy organization focused solely on ocean conservation. Our offices around the world work together to win strategic, directed campaigns that achieve measurable outcomes that will help make our oceans more bio diverse and abundant.
Oceans cover 71 percent of the globe, and they are as important to us as they are vast. Our oceans are home to most of the life on our planet and play a central role in the world's natural systems, like regulating our climate and absorbing carbon dioxide. They provide livelihoods to countless fishermen and others around the world. They also feed hundreds of millions of people and have the capacity to provide a healthy seafood meal to a billion people.
Once people realize their power to make a difference in the lives of their families, communities and environment, there’s no going back—only forward. the Jane Goodall Institute helps one success lead to another as we build on the impact we’re making together: restoring critical habitat to save chimpanzees from extinction; improving health for women and education for girls; cultivating local livelihoods in harmony with nature; and helping young people become the informed generation of conservation leaders the world so urgently needs through our Roots & Shoots youth programs in nearly 100 countries.
People need nature — and for over 30 years, Conservation International has worked to protect it. Through cutting-edge science, innovative policy and global reach, we empower people to protect the nature that we rely on for food, fresh water and livelihoods. Through cutting-edge science, policy and partnerships, we inform smart decisions for protecting nature — while providing the funding, training and expertise to make it all possible. With offices in more than 30 countries, we work directly with the people who live closest to the forests, oceans and grasslands that benefit us all.
Malala Fund’s Gulmakai Network supports the work of education champions in developing countries — and helps bolster girls’ secondary education around the world.
They advocate — at local, national and international levels — for resources and policy changes needed to give all girls a secondary education. The girls they serve have high goals for themselves — and they have high expectations for leaders who can help them.
Moreover, according to Project Drawdown's research-based analysis, supporting girls' education is among the top 10 most impactful things we can do to tackle climate change; this emphasizes the interconnectedness of women's rights and sustainability.
For more than a century Audubon has protected birds and their habitat for the benefit of humanity as well as the earth’s biodiversity. Our legacy is built on science, education, advocacy, and on-the-ground conservation. We bring all of this together through our unparalleled network. This combination of expertise and on-the-ground engagement makes Audubon a truly unique and trusted force for conservation.
The Sierra Club is the most enduring and influential grassroots environmental organization in the United States. We amplify the power of our 3.5+ million members and supporters to defend everyone’s right to a healthy world. Today, there are serious challenges ahead: a warming climate, unprecedented levels of pollution, and powerful special interests undermining basic protections. There’s no time to waste in coming together for new solutions—which is why the Sierra Club is bringing people together to build the most powerful and effective environmental movement the world has ever seen.
American Forests has been restoring forests for more than 140 years. And, while we may be the oldest national conservation organization, our work today is more important than ever. Since 1990 alone, we have planted nearly 60 million trees in forest restoration projects in all 50 states. We have also worked in dozens of cities across America, expanding tree canopy and improving the quality of life for residents. Together, these projects recover hundreds of thousands of acres of wildlife habitat, safeguard vital watersheds, absorb millions of tons of greenhouse gases and protect some of the most stunning landscapes in America. At the same time, we are using trees and greenspace to make our communities more sustainable, beautiful and livable.
The National Park Service preserves unimpaired the natural and cultural resources and values of the National Park System for the enjoyment, education, and inspiration of this and future generations. The Park Service cooperates with partners to extend the benefits of natural and cultural resource conservation and outdoor recreation throughout this country and the world.