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Cocoally is a vegan, artisan boutique and clothing line by New Orleans artist Ally Burguieres and her rescue Chihuahua, Cocoa. Their clothing and accessories do not use any products that require harming animals. They have been extremely supportive for One World Conservation and the Free Lucky campaign and are now our exclusive printer.

Art Not Ivory is a shop full of handmade, original elephant art and jewelry, that was created by artist Carrie Yang for the sole purpose of providing support to elephant conservation. So much has been taken from elephants, so this shop is for giving back. Currently a stay-at-home mom, with a background in wildlife management, Carrie is now pursuing her passion for helping elephants through her art. Proceeds benefit the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.

All of Mr. Ellie Pooh’s paper products are 100% recycled. They are made up of 50% fiber from elephant dung and 50% post consumer paper. There are no toxic chemicals used in our paper making process. Natural vegetative binding agents, along with water-soluble salt dyes for coloring are used. Mr. Ellie Pooh’s papers are handmade, acid free, fair trade, and as organic as it gets.

This project aim to resolve the human-elephant conflict in Sri Lanka and is already going a long way toward raising the tolerance of farmers toward the elephants, by actually compensating them for damage to their crops. As the elephant is seen more and more as an economic asset and less as a nuisance or threat, the people themselves will not want to see it disappear from their midst.

Fair trade, authentic Elephant Pants imported directly from Thailand. To help save the elephants, this company donates $1 or $2 from every item they sell to the African Wildlife Foundation. It will support the Say No Campaign which is a public awareness campaign aimed at stopping the demand for illegal wildlife products, specifically ivory and rhino horn.

By ordering a pair of The Elephant Pants, youll receive your next favorite pair of pants AND help save the elephants.

By purchasing items from the Burn the Ivory store, you contribute to a cause and join a global community of people that care about the continued existence of one of the most iconic species on the planet, the elephant. With your generous contribution you are helping to raise awareness of their plight.

100% of the proceeds from the sale of their products go towards funding on the ground elephant conservation projects, administering their programs, and developing educational materials.

The Elephant Story was formed to promote elephant conservation in Asian elephant countries, most notably Thailand. The objective is to increase the awareness of the plight of what has become an endangered species given the deforestation in Thailand, Laos and Myanmar.

Various elephant conservation groups are focused on removing elephants from exploitation in the streets of major cities to return them to a more natural habitat. In conjunction with this effort, net profits from The Elephant Story will be directed to various Asian elephant support foundations.

The Curious Elephant project was started when a love of elephants encouraged a few homemade baby gifts. Once the founders of The Curious Elephant learned about the brutal ivory trade in Africa, they decided to open up shop to help spread awareness and raise money for an orphanage that rescues infant elephants who have been orphaned as a result of the ivory trade. 

They make handmade baby goods and stuffed animals for a good cause. All items are handmade in a pet-free, smoke-free home and a portion of the proceeds are donated to The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.