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Support Us

People support us in many ways and we are grateful to each and every one.

Whether you come to one of our events, run a marathon or a mile, hold a coffee morning or show your support by shopping from your sofa, every pound makes a big difference.

Thank you.

Our Carbon for Conservation scheme provides a tangible way to support habitat protection and re-wilding projects in the spirit of carbon offsetting. Whenever you fly, you can use the carbon calculator to contribute to our scheme to re-green!

Our Explorer Club is new for 2020 and has been designed to give you an exclusive insight into our work. You don’t have to be travelling to the ends of the earth to be part of the Explorers Against Extinction community – but you do need to be committed to protecting Mother Nature and have a passion for wildlife and wild spaces. Find out more!

Make a gift to fund a specific project, or an area of conservation work, based on your interests. We are connected to projects worldwide from tree planting and field research to wildlife rehabilitation and community outreach programmes  so drop us a line and tell us what interests you so we can match you with a project.

Can you volunteer your time, or do you have a skill that would help our small team? Perhaps you could staff a stall, curate an exhibition, or help out at a show or event?

You don’t have to run 26 miles to stand up for elephants and other threatened species – there are plenty of fun and creative ways to help raise funds and awareness from organising an event to taking on one of our charity challenges.  Check out our Charity Challenges or download the Fundraising Guide here.

Every pound counts so whatever you choose to donate helps to make a difference – £7 could feed an anti-poaching dog for a week; £20 could fund a raincoat for a ranger ; £75 could pay the wage of a community scout on a 10 day patrol; £900 could fund a mobile veterinary clinic for a fortnight.

Feel-Good Shopping

Want to help us raise even more for FREE? Well, now you can just by shopping via Give as you Live Online. When you shop at over 4,000 top stores including John Lewis, Boots, Sainsburys, M&S and TrainLine via Give as you Live Online, they’ll turn a percentage of your spend into free funds for us! Simply sign up, search for the retailer and start shopping.

 

When you shop at our store, the profit from every purchase goes to support our work. Choose from Explorers Against Extinction tshirts and sweatshirts, re-usable jute shopping bags, beautiful silver jewellery and wonderful original wildlife artwork generously donated by our artist supporters to help raise much needed funds for wildlife and wild spaces.

AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know – same products, same prices, same service – but you can nominate Explorers Against Extinction as your preferred charity so whenever you shop, AmazonSmile makes a donation to us. It doesn’t cost you a penny extra but makes a big difference to us! We can’t see who has nominated us, or what they buy – we just see how many supporters we have and the total donation their collective shopping generates.

Feel-Good Selling

Clear out all those unwanted books, CDs, DVDs and games and raise funds in return with the help of Ziffit: a free, online service.

Sign up for our Refersion scheme and help us raise funds through the sale of merchandise. We’ll give you a unique code; for every sale you generate, you’ll earn a small commission.

Did you know you can register at eBay for Charity and help support us with every sale? You can pick your donation percentage and your charity, and then sell and ship to your customer as usual. No additional steps or paperwork required.

 Explore More – Turn Your Trip Into Trees

Exploring and protecting our wonderful wild world is at the heart of what we do. We’ve teamed up with select partners to help you explore more – both at home and abroad. The more you explore, the more trees we plant and protect. So whether you’re looking to book a cottage in Cornwall, a safari to Kenya, a car hire, or a villa in Greece, by using our partner travel network you can help to re-green the planet.

 To see what some of our supporters have been up to  – see below!

The Everest Base Camp team raised over £3,471 for Explorers Against Extinction in 2020.

Jack O’Shea raised £6,480.38 on his epic cycle from Kenya to the Cape in 2019 with funds split between two charities.

Brothers, Zach & Jago Taylor completed a 26km challenge running and kayaking to raise £282 for Explorers Against Extinction in 2018.

Supporter, Fiona, sells eggs from her chickens to colleagues at work and has raised £100 so far…a cracking effort!

Artist David Skidmore kindly donated a percentage of sales from wildlife print, On the Move,  totalling £50. Thank you David!

Thank you to Samsung in Surrey for holding a coffee morning and bake sale in aid of Explorers Against Extinction and donating £73.42.

Conservation artist, Carol Barrett, generously donates a percentage from artwork sales to Explorers Against Extinction  – a whopping £920 in 2020!  In addition, Carol is also a loyal supporter of Sketch for Survival. Thank you Carol! Amazing. Here she is in Namibia at the Cheetah Conservation Fund.

Astra Taylor Todd has published her first children’s book in 2020 called The Blue Tit Travels. Congratulations Astra! The first book, in a series of 7, explores the wildlife of Africa. Astra is kindly donating a percentage of the book’s profit to Explorers Against Extinction. The book features wonderful illustrations and is priced at just £4.99. Order your signed copy HERE.

Many thanks to Lisa Harris who battled the wind and rain to complete the virtual London Marathon on October 3rd 2020 in aid of Explorers Against Extinction. Thanks also to Sheila Watts for her support – we hope you’ve recovered from your injury.  Here’s Lisa with her medal.

Examples of what your donations can do:

£35 could feed a conservation canine for a whole month.

£1,000 could pay for a vet to treat a black rhino who has been shot by a poacher.

£9,000 could fund the care for one year of an orphaned baby elephant.