Profits for Projects

It’s never been more important to understand and safeguard our environment. Whether it’s the landscapes that make up our planet, or the wildlife that inhabits them. So much hangs on the relationship between people and nature. Even small actions can make big changes towards helping conserve those subjects and spaces we love. Protecting them – so our future generations can enjoy them too, and not just read about something that was lost a long time ago.

That is why we have chosen two initiatives.

One that puts the environmental education of young people and conservation at the heart of everything they do.

The other is working to reverse the potential extinction of the wildcat in Scotland.

We donate a proportion of every sale we make to giving something back. If you too want to help us support these incredible projects then why not make your next purchase one that contributes to our PROFITS FOR PROJECTS.

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Meanwhile, you can read more about the two causes that will benefit from your purchases this year.

The Projects We are Supporting in 2024/5

This year we are delighted to be supporting Saving Wildcats, a European partnership project dedicated to Scottish wildcat conservation and recovery. The partnership aims to restore wildcats to Scotland by releasing them into the wild and conducted the first ever releases of wildcats into the Cairngorms National Park in 2023.

Saving Wildcats also mitigates the threats that wildcats face and works with communities to understand how best people can benefit from the presence of this iconic species. You can find out more about them on their website

Wild Shots Outreach logo blue on white background

Wild Shots Outreach is a Not-For-Profit organisation based in South Africa. Their award-winning environmental educational programme enables young people from disadvantaged communities to access wild places and experience the wildlife for themselves.

Through the beauty and power of photography, it teaches new skills to high school students and the young unemployed. The aim is to help them gain a greater knowledge and understanding of the environment, conservation and wildlife tourism – and so inspire them to make better career choices and become our wildlife and habitat guardians of the future.

To learn more, or even to donate directly, go to the Wild Shots Outreach website where you will find a fuller explanation of the programme – as well as some of the stories of those it has benefitted.