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Our Partners

Alumni Partners

We’re excited to help the missions of our current annual GiveBack partners, but we couldn’t ignore the important and exciting work being done by past partners. Endangered Species Chocolate is proud to provide ongoing support to previous GiveBack organizations through our Alumni Program. All of our partners, both past and present, continue to do important work, so it’s only fitting to continue providing valuable support to past partners. Since 2016, the program has assisted these organizations with their missions through a portion of our 10% GiveBack commitment. We have to pursue conservation together to make a brighter future for us all.

African Wildlife Federation

The African Wildlife Federation helps ensure the survival of Africa’s wildlife by establishing safeguards like training rangers, using sniffer dogs to detect poachers and empowering communities to conserve.

Xerces Society

The Xerces Society works to make meaningful long-term conservation to bee habitats by applying research, engaging in advocacy, providing educational resources, and addressing policy implications.

SEE Turtles

SEE Turtles advocates for endangered sea turtles, making meaningful changes on local levels that combine to change global outlook. They coordinate action through community-based conservation efforts, as well as member-driven programs and campaigns.

Chimp Haven

Chimp Haven acts to fill the pressing need for long-term chimpanzee care. Since its inception in 1995, Chimp Haven has cared for over 300 chimpanzees and is currently home to more than 200 chimpanzees.

National Wildlife Federation (NWF)

The National Wildlife Federation protects America’s landscapes and wildlife, so that future generations can cherish them like we can today. Its work involves engaging Americans to conserve for future generations.


Discover the amazing influences of the organizations we partner with, and the impact they have on species and communities.