Companies engaged in wild cat conservation CSR programs and projects. Businesses that have adopted sustainable practices regarding wild cat preservation and protection.
Art for Conservation
Usiing the power of art to uplift, invigorate, inspire, educate and inform.
"...With each purchase from Art for Conservation, a percentage of the sale will benefit conservation causes...In 2005 Cheryl (Tuller, co-founder of Wildcat Haven} asked Beth Grove to create a watercolor painting for their yearly benefit auction, depicting one of the furry residents at the shelter...Every year since she has contributed a new item to the fundraiser auction for the upkeep of this wildlife sanctuary...25% of the profits from (her) work goes to support WildCat Haven." PUMA.Safe
The social and environmental responsibility arm of PUMA; supporter of the Massai Wilderness Conservation Trust
"...PUMA.Safe Ecology..works in cooperation with other PUMA departments to develop more sustainable product materials and cooperates with the sustainability managers in footwear, apparel and accessories to bring all of our suppliers to a greater level of sustainability... Policy Against the Use of Exotic Skins, Feathers and Mulesed Wool: With this policy we, PUMA SE, declare that we do not source or process raw materials from any endangered species as being defined by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, IUCN. Our policy also prohibits using leathers, hides and/or skins from animals that have been treated inhumanely. PUMA SE does not distinguish here whether these animals are wild or farmed. PUMA SE will not use any animal fur in its products globally. In particular the following listed items are not being used Furs, hides or skins from exotic animals like crocodiles, snakes, sharks or fishes Downs and feathers that are plucked from living geese or birds Merino wool from sources where mulesing practices are still applied, regardless of the country of origin PUMA SE Franz Koch Chief Executive Officer" Rogers Family Company
Launched a new organic “Fairly Traded” coffee – “Rare Find” – to help the wild cat conservation organization Panthera (www.panthera.org) protect the jaguar.
"...The Rogers Family Company –which has worked for decades with farmers to grow coffee in concert with nature – will donate 20 percent of Rare Find online sales and 10 percent of wholesale/distributor sales to support Panthera’s jaguar conservation initiatives..."