Who We Support & Why | The Stories Behind The Causes We Support (2)

Who We Support & Why

Let's chat about Forest & Bird and My Climate. 

10% of the sale price of each cloth sold is donated to the chosen charity. That includes cloths sold via our website, markets and wholesale. 

Butterfly Design by Crissie Rodda

1. FOREST & BIRD: https://www.forestandbird.org.nz
Registered Charity

Forest and Bird's catch phrase is 'giving nature a voice', and it's here you can get a glimpse of how expanse their reach is. From land to oceans, to fresh water to climate & economy. They cover all of New Zealand's unique wildlife and wild places. 

They receive no Government funding so donations, becoming a sponsor, or supporting fundraisers are an essential part of keeping these guys active. 

Started in 1923 they have grown to 80,000 members and if you join you get a magazine full of inspiring information. Their website is jam-packed with resources for adults and kids. 

Help them continue to be the voice for nature. 



2. MY CLIMATE: www.myclimate.org
Registered Charity

myclimate is your partner for effective climate protection – both locally and globally.

It's customers include large, medium-​sized and small companies, public administrations, non-​profit organisations, event organisers and private individuals.

myclimate encourages everyone to make a contribution to our future, through interactive and action-​orientated educational programmes. With this aim in mind, myclimate has already reached more than 25,000 school children and 10,000 trainees in Switzerland, and established a global network of 1,600 students and young professionals. Moreover, the foundation also advises on integrated climate protection with tangible added value. In the field of CO₂ and resource management, myclimate supports companies with advice, analyses, IT tools and labels. The portfolio ranges from simple carbon footprints (emissions calculations) at the corporate level through to comprehensive life cycle assessments for products. 

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