Part of the proceeds of my artwork are donated to ocean, wildlife and animal rescue conservation efforts. See all donations to date below!
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A fundraiser to buy healthy and nurtritious food for suffering families as well as give vet care to injured animals that were affected by the explosion in Beirut in August 2020.
Black Visions Collective (BLVC) believes in a future where all Black people have autonomy, safety is community-led, and we are in the right relationship within our ecosystems.
Supporting wildlife shelters and carers to help rebuild enclosures that were lost in the fires as well as supporting those that are struggling to cope with the enormous number of animals that will need care in the coming weeks and months.
With the bushfires wreaking havoc in Australia there is a great need for aid. Thousands of homes have been lost, people died and unimaginable number of animals and plants have perished.
An internationally published animal rights photographer and advocate. The purpose of her work is to showcase the emotional lives + vibrant personalities of animals, from sanctuaries to slaughterhouses, in hopes that viewers will consider a vegan lifestyle.
The aim of Project Hiu is to slowly introduce opportunity to a community that has only ever known shark fishing. By hiring shark fishing boats to engage in tourism activities, we offer an alternative income that simultaneously and effectively protects sharks.
Shark Conservation Australia (SCA) is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the welfare, protection and conservation of shark species worldwide.
Their aim is to see the elimination of all forms of cruelty, abuse and exploitation of sharks.
Mobius Loop is a nomadic band from the UK. They write and perform songs about positive social change, peaceful direct action, conscious living, ethical and moral ideas, grassroots politics and democracy whilst trying to apply these concepts to our own living action.
A sanctuary started in 1994 and has rescued upward of 2000 animals. They offer a lifelong, no-kill, free-roaming, forever home to unwanted, neglected and abused animals, while educating about animals and veganism.
By working with local businesses and individuals who share our concern for the well-being of whales, Hard To Port is building a strong and coalition of voices who speak out against whaling.