GIFTS THAT GIVE BACK
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If you are interested in donating a percentage of your profits to wildlife conservation, please contact us to discuss joining into a commercial partnership with GRI.
Little Ndaba creates toys with a mission. Groups of women from Zambia gather to knit and crochet animals, to help raise awareness and funding for conservation. The toys are made with 100% African cotton and provide a vital source of income for women who have limited opportunities to earn money.
Beyond the Bike
The Adventures of Thandie the Tandem series is aimed at children aged 5-10, and based on real adventures cycling across Africa. The second book features GRI's Mr Mulimo and support conservation by promoting awareness of educational and ecological issues vital for the next generation.
25% of profits from Silent Wildlife go wildlife conservation
Adult Unisex T-Shirt
Profits raised from these Limited Edition "I Help Save Elephant" tees go towards supporting orphaned elephant Lani's rehabilitation.
Available in Army Green and Heather Clay. 100% Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton. Premium wash to achieve super soft feel.
The sudden and violent increase of elephant poaching in the remote Kenya game reserve of Uwingoni threatens its very existence. Those who have devoted themselves to the protection of its precious wildlife seem ill equipped to deal with this new menace.
25% of profits go towards elephant conservation
Written by Hayley Hilton to honour her grandmother on her 90th birthday, 'Plucky Polly the Ellie' is a charming children's story, inspired by the real-life matriarch's life lessons and adventures.
10% of profits go directly to supporting GRI's conservation work in Zambia.
Wild In Time
Wild in Time know they can't change the world single handedly and make all creatures great and small flourish again - however a step in the right direction is always the best way to go!
10% of the profits from each elephant product goes directly to GRI.
The Elephant Keeper
Inspired by the real-life Aaron and Zambezi at the Lilayi Elephant Nursery in Zambia, author Margriet Ruurs has created a moving story that powerfully demonstrates the plight of endangered animals everywhere.