Wildlife Preservation Canada works with corporate partners across Canada to invest in conservation efforts that protects species-at-risk habitat and invests in population recovery.
Our corporate supporters come from all sectors and represent different stages of business development. The common thread is their passion for saving Canadian wildlife, and the integrity to lead by example with their own business practices.
We want to thank the corporate supporters below for their investment in our hands-on species recovery. To see a full list of our corporate partners over the years see our Annual Reports.
BC Ferries supported the Native Pollinator Initiative in 2019 by providing passage for our biologists to bring wild Taylor’s checkerspot butterflies to Vancouver for the conservation breeding program. Visit BC Ferries
Blue Shoes Honey
Blue Shoes is a family business committed to producing superior quality, artisanal honey while treating their bees with love and respect. Blue Shoes has been supporting the Native Pollinator Initiative since 2018. Visit Blue Shoes Honey.
Bonterra Organic Wines
Bonterra has a deep respect for the environment and uses organic farming and regenerative practices to enrich the biodiversity of their vineyards. Bonterra has been supporting our Native Pollinator Initiative since 2017. Visit Bonterra.
Burt’s Bees is dedicated to sustaining initiatives that support human and pollinator health. Burt’s Bees has been supporting our Native Pollinator Initiative since 2016. Visit Burt’s Bees.
EmMeMa’s mission is to create well-made, eco-conscious underwear and loungewear by using sustainable materials such as organic cotton and hemp. Visit EmMeMa.
TPH - The Printing House
The Printing House supported the Native Pollinator Initiative in 2018. Wildlife Preservation Canada was selected as one of three Canadian charities to be included in their employee giving program. The donation was generously matched dollar for dollar by TPH. Visit TPH.
We’d also like to thank the corporate supporters from previous years that helped us get to where we are today.
French Rabbit Wines