The essence of Ivy & Rigg is that small contributions combine to make big differences. Each item of clothing includes a £1 donation that goes directly to helping fund real wildlife conservation worldwide.
Without action the red squirrel will be extinct in England within 10 years.
Red squirrels still exist in Northumberland National Park, but in much lower numbers than a decade ago. It is now rare to see them in areas they used to live in abundance. Once at an all-time high population of 3.5 million individuals, they have now declined to less than 140,000, with the majority residing in Scotland. The Red Squirrel Survival Trust is a national charity established to ensure the conservation and protection of Red Squirrel in the UK. They focus work in areas where reds are seriously endangered, including Northumberland, which hold some of the last remaining red squirrels.
Historic Partnerships & Donations
A South African not-for-profit conservation organisation on a mission to save Africa's endangered threatened wildlife and habitats from extinction. Operating in KwaZulu-Natal, they monitor and protect elephants, rhinos, African wild dogs, cheetah, leopard, lion and vultures 365 days a year.
Every year, millions of tons of plastic enter the oceans, of which the majority spills out from rivers. The Ocean Cleanup develop advanced technologies to rid the oceans of plastic.
Three African rhinos are poached a day. Save the Rhino collaborate with partners worldwide to protect, safeguard and monitor populations of endangered rhinos in Africa and Asia from the poaching crisis.
Australian Animal Rescue, a non-profit, volunteer run organisation providing essential animal rescue and rehabilitation throughout Victoria those some of the millions of animals injured and orphaned in the 2020 bushfires.
New Charity Partnerships If you are a charity dedicated to saving wildlife and would like to enquire about partnering with us, please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.