Rewild your wardrobe with our new 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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Send a gift donation
Donate over £15 to Rewilding Britain in a recipient’s name to receive a personalised gift certificate. If you want your gift certificate in time for Christmas, please order by Friday 18 December.
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Eco Gift Ideas
This December may be more about quiet appreciation than in other years but there are still simple pleasures to be had, thoughtful gifts to give. We’re very lucky to have the support of many small and large businesses this year. We’ve put together a little Christmas guide of eco gifts that also help raise funds for Rewilding Britain. Win win!
The Primal Pantry make delicious snacks and protein bars from just a handful of high quality, whole food ingredients, with no nonsense and no additives. They are donating 1% of revenue to Rewilding Britain to help address the climate and ecological crisis.
Sea Change are passionate about two things: protecting our oceans from plastic pollution and great tasting wine. Every bottle of Sea Change helps fund ocean conservation projects across the globe and our minimal packaging reduces waste and environmental impact. We’re delighted that 5% of sales are being donated to Rewilding Britain in December for anyone using the code REWILD5 at checkout.
reCircl.art are working with great artists to provide fully recycled greetings cards that don’t end up thrown out in the bin. From British wildlife landscapes illustrations to gorgeous animal photography there’s lots to choose from. 5% of each sale is donated to Rewilding Britain.
Lua Ltd designs beautiful hand-made bags, purses and gifts inspired primarily by nature and wildlife. Rewilding supporters can get a 10% discount on all products on their website using the code REWILD10 at checkout. An additional 10% of the sale price will also be donated to Rewilding Britain. Offer valid until the 20/12/2020
For unique self-catered escapes across cottages, country homes and coastal hideaways. This sustainably-focused company donates to Rewilding Britain for every booking made, investing in the future of the moorlands, mountains, coastlines and fells that provide incredible backdrops to the properties they represent.
Planthood deliver mouth-watering, nutritious plant-based meals prepared by chefs and delivered to your door, taking just ten minutes to prepare for eating. They work with sustainable local farmers and use 100% sustainable packaging. And they are determined to help rewilding be at the forefront of land use change in Britain, so are donating a proportion of profits to Rewilding Britain.
KiteNest have an impressive collection of zero-waste and cruelty-free cosmetics, giving consumers an ethical and eco alternative to the cosmetics they love. From Organic Dry Shampoo to lush Salt Scrubs, KiteNest are donating 10% of all online sales across their entire range in December. Their donation will also be doubled under the ‘Work for Good’ scheme, making your purchases go even further.
Perpetually inspired by nature, Simona wanted to create something that raises awareness of the need for rewilding while creating a sustainable product. The result, her beautiful ‘Be wild, Rewild’ project, will donate a proportion of profits to Rewilding Britain. This collection includes her 100% recycled tote bag and British wildflower tea towel. Betters still, her donation will be doubled through Work for Good. And to top it all, her packaging is made with paper imbibed with wildflower seeds!
We love this intricately detailed drawing of a turtle dove by Katherine Jones. This beautiful bird is at risk of becoming extinct in Britain — they are becoming increasingly rare following rapid and sustained population declines. This drawing was produced as a result of reading ‘Wilding’ by Isabella Tree. On her Knepp Estate in Sussex, the turtle dove is breeding again. 40% of profits of this print is being donated to Rewilding Britain, with the total amount being doubled via the ‘Work for Good’ scheme.
If you’re shopping online this Christmas or even 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!
Use Everyclick as your online search engine so that you can raise funds for Rewilding Britain with every web search you do – at no cost to you! £1,954.17 has already been donated to us with Everyclick!
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 Paypal payments by registering with PayPal’s Giving Fund.
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