Fundraising to empower the next generation of natural world storytellers

Check out our New Charity T-Shirt!

06 April 2021 | Wildscreen

Wildscreen strives to amplify authentic voices by providing a platform for natural world storytelling that raises awareness of the chief issues facing fragile ecosystems, endangered species and indigenous communities across the globe.

As part of our latest fundraising campaign to promote inclusion in natural world storytelling, we’ve been working behind the scenes with the fantastic designer Tom Abbiss Smith to celebrate the ‘Togetherness’ Everpress campaign.

Today we are excited to announce the launch of a brand new design focusing on the endangered lemur leaf frog and common tortoiseshell butterfly printed on a super soft and sustainable Earth Positive t-shirt. 

All tees are Fair Wear, Vegan and Climate Neutral, with orders printed on demand to ensure that there are no deadstock items at the end of the campaign. Everpress advocates for a more sustainable fashion industry which is why we are proud to be working with them on this limited edition t-shirt.

All money raised through this shirt will go to support our Emerging Talent scheme that works to empower the next generation of wildlife filmmakers, photographers and conservationists and diversify the natural history industry. 

Not only will your money go to support our charitable mentorship and masterclass project, but for every t-shirt sold, Everpress will donate an additional £1 to Wildscreen. As our fundraising project is supported by The Big Give, the total raised through Everpress will be match-funded! So purchasing one tee makes a massive difference to our work and increases our impact.

In fact, with every 2 tees purchased, we are able to offer 3 places to emerging talent for free as part of our scheme. So pre-order a t-shirt for yourself and a friend today!

Order your limited edition Where the Wild Things Aren’t tee today via the Everpress platform.


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