Giving Back

We are a Corporate Supporter of the World Land Trust. We have pledged to donate 2.5% of our distributed profits to the charity.

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World Land Trust is an international conservation charity that protects the world’s most biologically significant and threatened habitats, acre by acre.

Our mission as an agency is to enable our team, clients, community and environment to thrive.

As such, we’re dedicated to doing our part in protecting our world and all the beings within it.

We’re a paperless company, we encourage cycling to work and we recycle as much as we can, but we recognise how little of an impact these efforts have if our wildlife continues to be destroyed. We support WLT’s Buy an Acre scheme as we think purchasing land for local conservation projects is the best way to ensure wild habitats aren’t destroyed.

Why we love World Land Trust


The first of its kind

WLT was the first organisation to use land purchase as its primary objective to raise funds for conservation.


Saving acres

By donating, we can save whole acres of threatened habitat, enabling WLT and their overseas partner organisations to create protected wildlife reserves.


Efficient and forward thinking

In areas where land is more expensive, WLT funds strategic land purchases to create vital wildlife corridors, allowing species to roam safely between protected wildlife reserves.


Local land is owned by local partners

WLT’s Keepers of the Wild programme empowers WLT’s local partners to hire people from their local communities to protect the reserves.


New species

Safeguarding habitats protects species, some of whom are new to science and are unique to the area saved by WLT funded land purchase.


Spreading the word

WLT raises awareness of the need for conservation to improve understanding and generate support through education, information and fundraising.

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