Ways to give to SOS

You can support SOS in two ways:

  • Direct donation via the secure donation button above. When received, we will send you a thank you email and keep in touch sharing SOS news and updates regularly.

 

  • Purchase items from the SOS collection of children's apparel and accessories developed by our partner Coq En Pate below.

The gallery above shows some of the fresh and fun designs featured in the SOS Save Our Species collection by Coq En Pate (CEP).

 

Click on the images above to start shopping on the CEP web shop.

 

Through our partnership with CEP - a French ethical children's apparel designer, 3% of the purchase price on all products in the Save Our Species collection will be donated to SOS. 

 

So now you can shop and help save species simultaneously!

 

Thank you for your support!

 

Shop now at Coq En Pate  

The impact of SOS funding

See what some of our grantees are working on in different projects across Bangladesh

 

Your support can make a difference

Species conservation work is an investment in the future of our own life support system.

 

By focusing on species - the building blocks of nature so to speak - the SOS approach aims to build resilience and sustainability from the ground up.

 

SOS species conservation benefits not just plants and animals threatened with extinction, but also their habitats and the communities who depend on both for their survival in one way or another.

 

So far we have helped protect 250 threatened species of plants and animals over 5 years managing 109 projects. As you know, much much more needs to be done to win the war on extinction.

 

By supporting SOS, your donations support targeted, evidenced-based species conservation priorities that can deliver impacts across a variety of situations and taxonomic groups.

 

When received, we will send you a thank you email and keep in touch sharing SOS news and updates regularly. Thank you!

 

Get SOS news, SOS Save Our Species, Hot Button GET SOS NEWS
  • SOS - Save our Species; Lemurs Initiative; Young black and white ruffed lemur
    SOS Lemurs is a special initiative protecting more than 30 species of lemurs in Madagascar across 11 projects...and counting
  • William Winram, NEktos, SOS Save Our Species, IUCN
    SOS marine projects help protect many species of sharks, rays, turtles and dolphins
  • SOS - Save Our Species, Bangladesh,  Martin Ureta
    Working with local communities is critical to many species conservation projects.
  • Ann and Steve Toon, SOS Save Our Species, Freeland Foundation, Thailand, Thap Lan National Park
    Tackling illegal wildlife trade in plants and animals requires investment in people, equipment and policy among many other dimensions of a complex problem.
  • SOS - Save our Species, Terrapin turtles, WCS, TSA, 12A-031
    Ultimately SOS aims to increase the survival prospects of threatened species. Sometimes that involves releasing captive bred animals, sometimes it means improving habitat quality. Always it means hard work and many hours of it too!
PROJECT NEWS
  • Ali Nawaz
    Snow Leopard conservationist awarded the prestigious Whitley Award 2016
    In April 2016, Dr. Muhammad Ali Nawaz was one of two SOS Grantees who won the renowned Whitley Fund for Nature's Whitley Awards. Accepting the reward, Dr. Nawaz (Ali) added he was glad to share a cons...
  • India Batagur baska hatch at MCBT, SOS SAve Our Species, TSA
    River Terrapins Hatch Throughout Asia
    Throughout Asia, from remote nesting beaches to captive breeding facilities, River Terrapins (genus Batagur) have recently completed their hatching season once again, reports Rick Hudson of the Turtle...
  • 15A-076-008, A_SAM0625 72 DPI, SOS Save Our Species, IUCN , FFI, Rhino, Borana, Kenya
    IUCN and GIZ launch review of best practice in wildlife law enforcement in Sub-Saharan African protected areas
    Around the world, wildlife is being depleted by illegal activities at an alarming rate, depriving local populations and national economies of important natural capital. Moreover, this loss has a signi...
  • 11A-22-05
    Stealing eggs to save a species in Chukotka
    Recently in Chukotka, far-eastern Russia, SOS grantee Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust (WWT) began another season of collecting eggs from Spoon-billed Sandpiper nests – in a bid to help save the species. R...
  • 11A-12-02 Itombwe Forest, SOS Save Our Species, WCS, DRC, Protected Areas
    One of Africa's Most Biodiverse Regions Protected
    The Itombwe Reserve in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), one of Africa’s most biodiverse sites, had its boundaries formally approved yesterday by the Provincial Governor – a critical step in est...
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