CORPORATE SPONSORS + FUNDRAISING PARTNERS
The herd that comes together to support Space for Giants and our work is growing fast. Today our supporters are on at least four continents, and range from dedicated groups of school students to internationally-renowned corporate brands. Each contributes in a variety of ways - supporting our general work, or specific projects, or particular campaigns. All are incredibly important to us. Thank you.
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Chantecaille is an international skincare and cosmetic company that combines philanthropy and environmental campaigning with high-end products that are cruelty free, naturally sourced and sustainable. Chantecaille’s multi-year financial support of the work that Space for Giants has been doing has been a partnership that has expanded as the charity has grown. Chantecaille launched a permanent line of lip veil dedicated to raising funds and awareness of Space for Giants' work. Available in 12 shades ranging from a subtle mocha through to a punchy coral, Lip Veil is enriched with Fairwild Standard-certified organic Baobab oil ethically harvested from Zimbabwe’s 2,000-year-old Baobab trees. It is Chantecaille’s 29th charity-created product, but the first permanent lipstick collection to provide long term support to Space for Giants. In Lip Veil’s first month on the market it raised over $100,000 for Space for Giants.
ELEPHANT CRISIS FUND
The Elephant Crisis Fund supported the Space for Giants Intelligence, Investigation & Prosecution Case Management Programme to the DWNP with $53,690, to help combat anti-poaching, anti-trafficking and demand reduction in Botswana.
THE ELEPHANT PANTS
The Elephant Pants is a clothing company dedicated to making the world a safer place for elephants. As part of their marketing strategy, Elephant Pants partners with conservation organisations to raise awareness and funds to combat poaching and secure habitat. The Elephant Pants has partnered with Space for Giants since the beginning of 2018 on a series of campaigns including the March for Giants campaign, the Green Corridor and End of Year campaign, donating $1 for every item sold.
As a designer and retailer of women’s luxury clothing and accessories, Figue has created a unique tote and pouch with an elephant design and motif for sale through its online and physical stores located worldwide with a percentage of sales going back to Space for Giants.
Mahkana has created a platform to sell beaded bracelets with a set of colour combinations exclusive to specific nonprofit organisations. 25% of net proceeds of sales for the Space for Giants bracelet gets donated back. Mahkana’s mission is to increase awareness and stimulate conversation about important issues.
KIDS AGAINST ANIMAL POACHING
Kids Against Animal Poaching is a campaign started by Emily Walker in 2015 when she was 13 years old. The goal of KAAP is to stop animal poaching in Africa and around the world by bringing awareness to the issue and raising critical funds to support conservation work. Emily was honoured by HRH Prince William at a dinner in London in 2018 for her extraordinary dedication. KAAP’s fundraising for Space for Giants has surpassed the $75,000 mark and is growing.
On her journey to create a more meaningful, spiritually connected, human, and sustainably conscious artistic practice, haute couture jewellery designer Alexandra uses her voice and talent to collaborate with like-minded designers, artists and brands, to serve as a transformative creative expression for ideas and initiatives that can inspire, empower and bring upon change. Alexandra and 13 other jewellery designers create one-of-a-kind pieces of fine jewellery. A portion of the proceeds from sales support Space for Giants' work. Space for Giants, through Alexandra’s work, has been chosen as the 2018 non-for-profit organisation.