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Wildlife Conservation Network

Wildlife Conservation Network (WCN) helps entrepreneurial conservationists pursue innovative strategies to protect endangered species and preserve their natural habitats. WCN has been a 10% GiveBack partner with Endangered Species Chocolate since 2016, and our GiveBack has supported visionary projects allowing people and wildlife to co-exist and thrive. The MarAlliance marine conservation, Global Penguin Society and the Elephant Crisis Fund are just three of the many projects funded with the help of the Wildlife Conservation Network in the past few years alone.

“Endangered Species Chocolate’s incredible generosity is changing the landscape for the world’s wildlife. We’re humbled and honored to be an ESC GiveBack partner and look forward to making a big impact for wildlife, together.” – Jeffrey “Jefe” Parrish, Vice President for Conservation

Wildlife Conservation Network (WCN) protects endangered species and preserves their natural habitats by supporting entrepreneurial conservationists, who pursue innovative strategies for people and wildlife to co-exist and thrive. WCN has been a 10% GiveBack partner with Endangered Species Chocolate since 2016, focusing funds toward three major projects: MarAlliance marine conservation, Global Penguin Society and the Elephant Crisis Fund.

MARALLIANCE Headquartered in Belize, MarAlliance’s work to conserve sharks, rays and other marine species spans continents, from the Americas to Africa.

GLOBAL PENGUIN SOCIETY GPS works at the local level to help communities conserve penguins and their habitat, and at the national and international level working with governments and policymakers to secure protected areas on land and off-shore for penguins to breed and feed safely.

ELEPHANT CRISIS FUND Tens of thousands of elephants are killed for their tusks each year in a devastating wave of poaching that is sweeping across Africa. To battle this surge in ivory poaching, and to stop the killing of elephants and the trafficking of ivory, the Elephant Crisis Fund is identifying and supporting the most effective projects and partners in Africa, and in ivory consuming nations, to end the ivory crisis.

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