Born Free welcomes businesses who can work with us to help fund our vital wildlife protection projects.
Supporting Born Free will create a hugely positive impression to your customers and internally amongst staff, supporters and friends. Being brave enough to support a cause you believe in can help boldly differentiate your product from others. It shows your brand has values, strength and integrity.
We invite our supporters and your customers to follow the Born Free adventure together. They can access regularly updated information about Born Free via our website, new media, international news, events etc. Born Free supporters can continue to support us by choosing to purchase products and services which support Born Free.
Partnership will give you access to our powerful media / PR machine.
Working together with Born Free can display your brand to a huge global audience, very valuable advertising and PR opportunities.
British Airways Holidays is a global holiday brand, renowned for offering their customers holidays they will never forget. The company also firmly believes the best place for wild animals is in the wild.
British Airways Holidays is partnering with Born Free on two important initiatives; our Raise the Red Flag resource which enables people around the world to report captive wild animal concerns. They have also supported the expansion of the Panthera Africa big cat sanctuary to provide lifetime care to rescued big cats.
Allen & Overy is an international law firm providing legal services for global businesses and industry. Their London-based office introduced a ban on single-use plastics and the calculated cost benefit was donated to Born Free’s Great Debate education project to help produce dynamic teaching resources.
The British multinational clothing, footwear and home products retailer have agreed to financially support our work to protect Ethiopian Wolves until 2022.
They have also kindly donated garments that will distributed to our teams in Africa who work in the field.
This year the studio donated funds to help with Born Free’s Lion, Giraffe and Chimpanzee projects in Africa.
They announced their donation at a film festival in Cannes, where 400 senior executives from the film industry were present.
Green People was established more than 20 years ago in response to founder Charlotte’s desire to create gentle, organic skin care suitable for her daughter’s sensitive skin. Today, the brand offers more than 150 certified organic, cruelty free and vegetarian or vegan products for the whole family, combining natural and organic ingredients designed to nourish, protect, balance and respect the body.
Green people sponsored Born Free’s Great Debate to raise awareness of the threats and challenges facing wildlife and empower young people to make sustainable choices.
SMART Technologies products empower teachers, students and teams to learn and collaborate in innovative ways. The SMART Learning Suite turns static content into interactive lessons, using activities, assessments, games and collaborative workspaces.
SMART Technologies have teamed-up with Born Free for The Great Debate, to provide bespoke teaching resources which raise awareness of the threats and challenges facing wildlife and empower young people to make sustainable choices.
AKO Capital are one of Europe’s leading investment managers. The London based staff voted (through the staff give back programme) to donate to Born Free's education projects in Kenya, which supports after schools clubs and community outreach. The funds donated will go towards teaching rural communities about coexistence and the importance of conservation.
Plum Play® create toys to inspire healthy, active playtime. With over 30 years experience, their philosophy is to make products that encourage creativity, imagination and fun; letting kids discover the magical world around them and throughout their childhood experience a ‘life at play’. From swing set to trampolines Plum® toys are reassuringly safe, great quality and are kind to the environment.
View the products which support Born Free
Vintage Roots produce ‘Wild Thing’ wines which are a growing brand developed in association with Born Free.
The donations from Vintage Roots Wild Thing collection help fund King’s lifetime care, including food, veterinary care and enclosure upkeep.
Download a list of Wild Thing wine
Loylogic is a leading innovator of loyalty
e-commerce and e-payment solutions.
Loylogic’s support for Born Free is in conjunction with Etihad Guest, the leading global loyalty program for Etihad Airways passengers.
Sugarhill make high quality, lovingly designed clothing at affordable, high street prices. They focus on exclusively designed prints, intarsia and embellished garments inspired by their favourite classic styles.
Sugarhill give £5 to Born Free from the sale of certain animal-themed garments.
Independent coffee roaster, Coffee Real, has joined forces with Born Free to create our very own Born Free coffee.
This delicious espresso blend uses coffee sourced from countries in which Born Free are actively involved including India, Kenya, Ethiopia and Tanzania with 10% of the sales revenue from each 250g bag sold going towards Born Free projects.
Award-winning design-led gifting company Wild & Wolf is donating a portion of the sales from their Yes Studio Endangered Animal Multi-Tool range to Born Free.
The innovative Multi-Tools have been designed bespoke, are uniquely shaped to model three endangered animals, and will be available from December 2019.
An energy consultancy, assisting businesses arrange and manage their energy strategy. They are working towards a completely green portfolio that is carbon neutral, delivered at a great price.
Contributing to the wider environment is important for Consider Energy's vision and they are pleased to donate towards the protection of wildlife in its natural habitat as well as opposing the exploitation of wild animals in captivity.
An award-winning hotel and leisure renovation and construction company.
They support Born Free through donations.
Supporting Born Free through the sale of their new Jasper Cocktail. £1 from each drink sold will go towards our tiger projects.
The Co-operative Bank has joined forces with Born Free to offer an account for young savers called Bonus Account which is designed to grow with a child and gradually increase their financial awareness, because one of Co-operative Bank’s principals is to educate their customers.
Africa Sky are specialists in authentic African safari tours and bespoke, luxury itineraries. They are supporting Born Free’s King Appeal.
Comedy Wildlife Photography support Born Free with a book of photographs, a celebrity award event and merchandise. Their motto is Conservation through Competition.
Clouded Leopard Gin launched in the summer of 2019.
15% of profits is generously donated to Born Free to help protect wild leopards.
From world class hotels to painstakingly restored historic palaces, Taj runs luxury resorts around the world, supporting Born Free with in-hotel promotions.
Deerfoot’s core discipline is candidate search and selection covering all IT areas in sectors including: banking, insurance, retail, IT software, government, public sector and the Charity sector.
Deerfoot Support Born Free via a donation from CVs sent out and from a new initiative based on a donation per job interview.
Music licensing reimagined. The filmmaking industry's go-to library of high-quality royalty free music for video, YouTube, advertising and film.
Give as you Live is an online fundraising platform allowing users to shop at over 4,200 top stores and raise free funds for charity.
The store pays Give as you Live a percentage of your total purchase price in commission and of this, 50% is passed on to charity such as Born Free.
Savoo Search, Save and Raise. Use Savoo Search as your default search engine and they will donate 1p for every search to Born Free.
For online shoppers, Savoo has thousands of voucher codes and discount deals that will save money and raise funds for Born Free at the same time.