Corporate Partners and Foundations
Whether through grants, financial donations, in-kind products and services or media placement for our advocacy campaigns, IFAW's corporate and foundation partners play an essential role in helping IFAW create a world where animals and people thrive together. We are proud to recognize these generous supporters for our shared commitment to create a better world for both animals, people and the place we call home.
IFAW is a charitable nonprofit as defined in section 501(c)3 of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code.
GreaterGood.org is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that works to improve the health and well-being of people, pets and the planet. GreaterGood regularly contributes to IFAW’s work in the face of natural and manmade disasters around the world.
Disney Conservation Fund
Founded in 1995, the Disney Conservation Fund supports nonprofit organizations to reverse the decline of wildlife by combining research and community engagement, and to increase the time kids spend in nature – leading to happier, healthier kids who are inspired to care about the planet.
PetSmart Charities generously supports IFAW’s work to provide veterinary clinics as a foundational tool in our Northern Dogs project aimed at creating healthy and sustainable dog populations in Canada’s First Nations communities.
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David Rio is an award-winning, premium chai and tea company based in San Francisco. Since 2011, the company has helped inspire both awareness and donations for IFAWs work to protect tigers in Asia and elephants in Kenya
Kobrick Coffee Company
Back in 1920, Samuel Kobrick, founder of Kobrick Coffee Company, began roasting a coffee that was inspired by the lights and energy of Manhattan. On the downtown waterfront where the coffee trade flourished, Sam’s philosophy was to take the best green coffees on the market, roast them to perfection and charm the city with his products.
Sinking Ship Entertainment
Sinking Ship Entertainment is an award-winning production, distribution and interactive company specializing in family and kids’ live action and CGI blended content. In 2019 they set their sights on growth and launched a new animation series division. Since opening its doors in 2004, Sinking Ship has produced over 500 hours of content, and through their globally recognized in-house distribution division, has sold to over 200 countries internationally. The company has rapidly earned a global reputation for high quality, groundbreaking original series and companion interactive experiences. Overall, Sinking Ship has won 17 Daytime Emmy® Awards and a variety of other international awards including Canadian Screen Awards, Youth Media Alliance Awards, Fan Chile Awards, Parents Choice Awards, the Shaw Rocket Prize, and the Prix Jeunesse International. In addition to production, Sinking Ship operates a cutting edge VFX and Interactive Studio, creating multi-platform digital experiences and interactive content for audiences around the world. The Toronto-based company is home to over 175 shipmates.
Whales of Iceland Museum
Reykjavik’s Whales of Iceland museum now features an expansive, interactive exhibit dedicated to both addressing the threats and championing possible solutions that impact fin whales off the coast of one of the world’s last whaling industries.