Jewelry That Benefits Charity - How We Give Back
We believe in giving back and protecting the planet - so every purchase you make at Just Promise Rings will now help protect and save Elephants, Rhinos and other wildlife in Africa from poaching!
10% of all net profits is donated back to the exceptional registered animal charity the:
We also do not use any 3rd parties to donate the funds on our behalf unlike many other companies use.
These 3rd parties take part of the donation amounts out for their fees - so instead we make sure that the entire 10% of our net profits is given directly to our charity partner and that every cent raised from your purchases only goes towards helping to save wildlife.
Elephants are incredible animals that form loving strong bonds and relationships with each other just like humans do!
As a relationship, family and friends jewelry store we're very proud that our jewelry benefits charity to help save and protect them along with other wild animals by supporting IAPF with 10% donations from all our net profits we raise.
It's estimated 100 African elephants and 3+ rhinos are killed every single day by poachers. These irreplaceable animals will become extinct if we don't do something to save them now.
Because of our generous customers - you - we are helping make a difference to elephants and rhinos, as well as other wildlife species by supporting IAPF who protect and save them from poaching.
IAPF also employs and trains anti-poaching rangers by hiring local African women giving them new skills, long term employment and career opportunities for the future.
These amazing women also give back and help their communities and others - we're proud to support such inspiring and brave women too.
video by: © International Anti-Poaching Foundation
Damien Mander - an Australian veteran who founded IAPF - is a passionate fighter in the war to stop poaching and protect these magnificent animals.
We are committed to supporting his incredible organization and their tireless dedication to save wildlife.
Learn more about IAPF.org here