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MOOSE The Alpine Spirit is made in The Austrian Alps using Alpine botanicals and naturally sweetened with maple syrup from nature
Protecting nature is at the heart of the company’s ethos – that’s why they are partnering with SOS to plant 10 trees for each bottle of MOOSE sold.
By planting trees, the company’s aim is “to make a sizeable impact in the fight against climate change, saving the snow and preserving valuable biodiversity.“
Together, we have planted 150,000 trees so far!
“Orangutan Books is a personalised children’s book publisher based in Bath. Our aim is to deliver affordable personalised books to everyone, because every child should know how special they are.
Our cheeky baby orangutan logo represents the love, care and fun we put into our books. We want to help protect these incredible creatures, and the planet we share with them, so we are delighted to be supporting SOS with the construction of new classrooms at the Leuser Nature School in Sumatra.
Everything we do celebrates all the amazing, funny and wonderful things about your children. Making them the hero of the story encourages their love of reading and develops their imagination. Our personalised books inspire children to aim high, dream big and believe in themselves.”
Dorset-based fine handmade chocolate company Chococo has created some fun and delicious chocolate orangutans, donating to SOS from each one sold. These funds are invested in planting cocoa trees at restoration and permaculture demonstration sites in Sumatra, which are supporting farming communities to adopt forest-friendly livelihoods.
Infinity Foods Wholesale is one of the UK’s leading national and international distributors of high quality, organic, biodynamic, fairtrade and natural products. Proud to be supporting SOS as part of its carbon offsetting.
Lush have worked with us for many years on a wide range of projects and campaigns, including educating local children with our OranguVan and bicycle-powered conservation cinema. They have also helped restore forest and help locals learn how to grow essential oils to provide a viable income source.
Ciel D’Azur make organic cosmetics with a focus on minimal environmental impact, both during production and use. As members of 1% for the Planet, they are also committed to giving something back by supporting environmental and conservation causes. We were delighted when they contacted us and offered to make a donation that enables us to plant 12,038 trees!
Tentsile supported our Rainforest Home Appeal with a special Green Friday campaign in November 2018. They also contributed to our efforts to support the people working to protect the Tapanuli orangutan and its habitat by providing tree tents for campaigners.
Tommy and Lottie is an ethical clothing brand which donates over 10% of the proceeds from each sale of its orangutan sweatshirts to SOS.
Don’t Panic is a creative agency based in London. Among their many amazing short films is the ‘Concrete Jungle’ film which we used to launch our Rainforest Home Appeal in August 2018. The film recently won ‘Best Fundraising Campaign’ in the Campaign For Good Awards.
In early 2019, Gulf Breeze Zoo assisted SOS in purchasing an ex-oil palm plantation as part of our Rainforest Home Appeal. They also raised enough money to pay for the construction of a field station on this land by running a fundraiser in the autumn of 2019.
Reforest Tea is an independent social business which uses all profits to plant trees and conserve forests around the world. Their philosophy is ‘a collective effort’ – using a simple, quality, everyday product that everyone can enjoy while contributing to worthwhile projects at the same time.
Little Soap Company makes genuine cruelty-free, 100% natural soap. They are also vocal advocates for sustainable palm oil. SOS and Little Soap Company have supported each other by sharing information and knowledge for years, and Little Soap Company has recently become an SOS donor as well.
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