Rewild your wardrobe with our ethical, sustainable merchandise
Show off your inner wildness, or buy a tote bag as part of a low-waste lifestyle. All purchases help us upscale rewilding across Britain so people, nature and the climate can reap the benefits. All clothing is plastic-free and made from sustainable and natural materials. Each item is also printed on demand and powered by renewables.
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Shop with businesses and brands who support Rewilding Britain
We’re really lucky to receive the support of some wonderful and ethical businesses, big and small, who donate to our work when you shop with them. You can browse them all below and click through to their stores.
Jesseco Designs seeks to raise the rep of lesser-known species at risk through unique illustrations. I believe all animals deserve a loud and passionate shout-out. My hand-drawn designs feature on sustainable clothing, greetings cards, prints, and more.
Katherine is an artist working in partnership with Rewilding Britain, to create a striking set of five rewilding heroes — the European tree frog, Eurasian lynx, Dalmatian pelican, Eurasian beaver and turtle dove. She’s kindly donating 40% of the profits from this rewilding collection to Rewilding Britain.
KiteNest is a family of families creating handmade natural cosmetics in the heart of Lincolnshire. All of our products are small batch, zero-waste and cruelty-free, giving consumers an ethical and eco alternative to the cosmetics they love.
Lua is a family business based in Warwickshire. Our products are designed in the UK, ethically sourced and inspired by the beauty of the natural world.
20 % of every handmade Bee purse, bag and scarf is donated to Rewilding Britain.
MeadowSweet is a UK flower subscription service using 100% homegrown and British flowers and foliage throughout the year. British flowers typically have a 90% lower carbon footprint than air-freighted imported flowers — so ditch those airmiles, celebrate the seasons, and bring the joy of real flowers to your door! MeadowSweet supports Rewilding Britain by donating 1% of its gross annual sales.
At Nuisance, we make premium, botanical-based soda mixers inspired by the British countryside. Sip us or mix us! Each of our drinks can be enjoyed straight up or served with the world’s finest spirits.
Oxenwood is a Wiltshire based maker of quality outdoor and indoor furniture designed to stand the test of time and to gain depth and character over time. Our furniture is designed to reflect the natural qualities of the wood and stone.
Pakatak stock a range of wildlife trail cameras for recording video and images of wildlife in your own garden or for wildlife surveying in your local area. 25p from every trail camera sold is donated to Rewilding Britain, we are very proud to support such an important cause.
Revive a Bee aims to raise awareness around the plight of bees and pollinators throughout the United Kingdom. Our bee revival kits with plantable wildflower paper are perfect for educating people about bees and encouraging rewilding on an individual basis.
Family company Scrumbles make recipes for cats and dogs tailored for digestive health, and donate 1% of their sales to supporting environmental causes.
Simona Illustrates’ Be Wild Rewild project raises awareness of the significance of nature and the urgency of the need to rewild. All the products in this range are plastic-free and come with plantable British wildflower seeded paper packaging. 5% of the sales have been pledged to Rewilding Britain.
The Primal Pantry believe in less is more. Not just for our bars, but for the impact on the planet too. That’s why The Primal Pantry have partnered with Rewilding Britain as part of their 1% for the Planet donation. Rewilding Britain supporters can use the discount code: PRIMALWILD20
UK Seed Paper helps businesses, brands and individuals move away from traditional paper stock and embrace promotional and marketing material made from plantable seed paper. A perfect way to display your sustainability initiative to your clients or customers in a physical form.
I am a willow coffin maker based in Warwickshire, and believe passionately in the need for more awareness and education around death and dying and the impacts that both our lives and deaths have on the world around us. For every coffin I make, I donate 5% of the proceeds to Rewilding Britain.
If you’re shopping online or just searching the web, you can raise money for Rewilding Britain. There are a few platforms that will allow you to donate whilst doing your shopping and searching — they’re free and easy to use! Below are the services we are registered with. Please note that we’re not endorsing these platforms, but if you’re busy online it’s an easy way to support our work.
With Easyfundraising, you can also sign up to have online retailers give us a small percentage every time you make a purchase. It costs you nothing, but helps us a lot!
With Give as you Live you can shop online or buy travel tickets with thousands of leading stores and Rewilding Britain will receive a percentage of what you spend.
The Giving Machine is another online shopping portal that generates donations when supporters make purchases from retailers via the portal.
You can also easily donate to Rewilding Britain’s work when you make pay for purchases with Paypal by setting us as your favourite charity here.
And there’s more
There are other online schemes to help you donate a percentage of a purchase. Let us know if you’d like us to sign up with any others that you use.
If you want any other information or need some help, please get in touch with us at [email protected]rewildingbritain.org.uk