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We partner with trusted wildlife conservation organizations who have a direct impact on saving endangered and threatened wildlife. 


Big Life Foundation uses innovative conservation strategies to protect and sustain wildlife in Kenya. They recognize that sustainable conservation can only be achieved through a community-based collaborative approach. Their programs include anti-poaching units, employing local Maasai rangers, habitat protection, and education. kimber elements partners with Big Life Foundation to distribute our scholarships for the next generation of female environmental stewards.


Wildlife Works eco-factory is located in a wildlife sanctuary in Kenya. Their carbon neutral factory creates a market-driven solution to wildlife conservation by supplying the local community with dignified jobs that replace unsustainable sources of income. kimber elements partners with Wildlife Works to fashion our jewelry bags from local deadstock fabric (fabric that is no longer in production) or scraps from their sustainable garment production. Each bag is Certified Wildlife Friendly™ and is well-crafted and randomly unique. 


kimber elements is a member of the Wildlife Friendly Enterprise Network, a global community of conservationists, businesses, artisans, farmers, ranchers and herders, harvesters, and indigenous peoples. Together, we are dedicated to wildlife conservation through the promotion and development of products and services that conserve threatened species and their habitat while contributing to the economic vitality of the local communities that coexist with them.​​​​​​​​

kimber elements is a proud member of the Nest Artisan Guild which is a global network of more than 1,000 small artisan businesses across 115 countries. In partnership with Nest, we envision a world where handicraft celebrates and protects culture and heritage, while providing dignified, sustainable livelihoods for artisans and their families. 

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