Sponsors & Affiliates

For information on how to become a sponsor or affiliate, please contact us.

Kamibashi String Dolls: Oscar

Oscar

Our partners at Kamibashi make the coolest little string doll in the world named Oscar the Orangutan! For every Oscar they sell, Kamibashi donates $.50 to Orangutan Outreach! You can also order them directly from our shop!

Tranquil Space

Tranquil Space

Tranquil Space Yoga Studio in Washington DC is a lifestyle-focused yoga destination named among the top 25 yoga studios in the world by Travel + Leisure. You can learn about their green initiatives on their website. Its amazing founder Kimberley Wilson has been supporting Orangutan Outreach for years by adopting orangutans. We’re now formally connected to Tranquil Space via One Percent for the Planet and are very grateful for Kim’s generous support. Anyone interested in an Orangutan Outreach yoga mat? Let us know! {:(|}

1% FOR THE PLANET

1% for the Planet

1% FOR THE PLANET is a rapidly growing global network of businesses, brands and sustainability advocates, collaborating to take a powerful stand for a healthier planet.

Red Ape Cinnamon

Red Ape Cinnamon

Red Ape Cinnamon is sustainably harvested in Indonesia from Cassia Cinnamon trees that are at least 20 years old. 5% of profits from sales of their cinnamon will be donated to programs dedicated to the protection and restoration of orangutan habitat in Indonesia. Red Ape Cinnamon has been adopting baby orangutans for years.

Benefit Wines

Red Apes Wine

We’ve been partners with Benefit Wines for a few years and have been able to sell quite a bit of delicious Red Apes Wine! With every bottle you purchase, up to $7.00 goes toward Orangutan Outreach. There are 6 varietals to choose from: Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot, Malbec, Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc!  Reach out for a glass of fine wine! Reach out and save the orangutans!


Earth Protect

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Earth Protect is a leading environmental web site for promoting videos and films on environmental issues and solutions. Their goals is inspire viewers to protect the Earth and achieve a sustainable and healthy environment.

Medium Rare

Medium Rare

We’ve been working with Medium Rare Interactive since 2007 and cannot say enough good things about this dynamite webshop. Our old friend Hermes Costell got us up and running and has helped us out of so many jams we’ve stopped counting…. Hermes built our online orangutan adoption system. We’ve had literally thousands of supporters adopt orangutans over the past few years! Our new site, redapes.org 3.0 is the work of Yosuke Hasumi. He helped us reimagine our entire site and retooled just about every element on it. We hope our supporters are as thrilled with the site as we are!

The Manning Arts

The Manning Arts

The Manning Arts was established to help affiliated 501c3 organizations raise funds for worthy causes through original art found in their online Art Gallery. Whenever you order a work of art via this link,  Orangutan Outreach instantly receives 66% of each purchase as your charitable contribution towards saving the orangutans!

MailChimp

MailChimp

We’d like to thank the folks at MailChimp for letting us use their brilliant product to manage our email lists and keep our sanity when sending out our newsletter to all of our dedicated supporters. If your business or organization is in need of an elegant newsletter and list management tool, definitely give these guys a shout.

One More Generation (OMG)

One More Generation

One More Generation (OMG) is a nonprofit founded by two elementary students who are trying to save endangered species and help clean up our environment along the way. Carter and his sister Olivia started OMG in 2009 in an effort to raise awareness about the plight of endangered species.  While helping with the animal rescue efforts during the BP oil spill, the two learned that many animals faced manmade environmental issues such as plastic pollution.  Since then they created a weeklong Plastic Awareness Curriculum which they teach to elementary schools across the country. They have recently partnered with Orangutan Outreach in an effort to educate their peers on the issues of deforestation and palm oil encroachment which are pushing orangutans to the brink of extinction.