Morrison and Foerster, LLP provides ongoing pro-bono legal support for Amazon Conservation, and helped us create the world’s first conservation concession and develop a carbon offset program based at the concession.
Tito’s Handmade Vodka stepped up to the challenge as fires consumed millions of acres of the Amazon in 2019 and made a significant financial contribution to advance our conservation and fire-prevention efforts.
Mark Skid underwear is made with our world and its people in mind: Fashioned from organic Peruvian Pima cotton grown on family farms strictly adhering to tried-and-true farming practices without GMOs, the company generously donates $4 of every purchase to a charity of the customer’s choice. Plus, each waistband is made from a recycled plastic water bottle thanks to Repreve. Make sure to select Save The World / Amazon Conservation at checkout!
The world’s biggest meditation app made an incredibly meaningful contribution during the 2019 Amazon fires, donating $23,000 in honor of the 23,000 breaths a person takes each day.
Smock produces a line of high-quality paper made from bamboo, the fastest growing plant on the planet and thus a wonderfully renewable resource. They donate cards yearly to Amazon Conservation to help spread the message of what we do. 1% of Smock sales is donated to protecting the environment.
GoodDeedSeats is a philanthropic event tickets site that offers concert, theater, and sports tickets for most events in the U.S. and Canada, and donate a portion of ticket profits to nonprofits. So if you’re shopping for concerts, Broadway musicals, or sports tickets, enter the code DONATERAINFOREST at checkout, and they will donate $5 from the profits of your sale to us.
The cruelty-free cosmetics brand NudeStix created an Instagram campaign where they pledged to donate $1 to us for every comment on one of their posts, up to $10,000. Over 10,000 of their customers showed up and made their interest in the Amazon known!