At the moment we can still ask the question “How Many Animals do we have on this planet?” But if we don’t take action, this question will become redundant. A long list of fantastic animals is threatened with extinction. We don’t want to simply stand by and look on passively anymore. We are taking action, so that future generations can still get a positive answer to the question “How Many Animals are there?”.
We are not the only ones putting themselves on the line for endangered species on our planet. We collaborate with initiatives that have proven to be making a difference. We want to attract a mass audience by creating a pro-active message that everybody can contribute to a planet where endangered animals can continue to live free.
With How Many Animals we are creating a way to attract attention and contribute to a good cause. How Many Animals is a sustainable sock collection in which endangered species all get their own eye-catching visual and design. Each design is unique, each design presents key information about the specific animal and how many of its species are left. In this way we raise awareness amongst wearers of How Many Animals and everybody who spots these socks ‘in the wild’. Part of the proceeds of How Many Animals will be donated to initiatives that make a difference. Everyone who wears items from this unique sock collection will be supporting endangered species and become a king or queen of the jungle themselves!
While we raise funds, our partners protect the animals. How Many Animals collaborates closely with selected NGOs that are doing everything in their power to protect the many species that live on our planet.
Sea Shepherd is an international, non-profit marine conservation organisation that engages in direct action campaigns to defend wildlife, and conserve and protect the world’s oceans from illegal exploitation and environmental destruction. Their mission: To defend, conserve and protect our oceans.
The Thin Green Line
The Thin Green Line Foundation Protects Nature’s Protectors by providing vital support to Park Rangers and their communities who are the front-line of conservation. We work predominantly in developing nations and conflict zones, and with Indigenous Park Rangers within Australia and abroad.
Traffic, the wildlife trade monitoring network, is the leading non-governmental organisation working globally on trade in wild animals and plants in the context of both biodiversity conservation and sustainable development. Traffic’s mission is to ensure that trade in wild plants and animals is not a threat to the conservation of nature.
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