As a global initiative with an ambitious and inspiring goal SOS is actively seeking appropriate corporate and organisational partners with which to work.


To this end SOS can offer tailored engagements to potential sponsors focused on agreed conservation priorities. In addition to a number of benefits depending on the level of the engagement, we will work with you to generate a wealth of communications opportunities for internal and external audiences.


Please contact SOS directly to learn more about our Partnership Program.

Easy ways to connect with SOS now

Since 2010 we have achieved so much for threatened species, their habitats and the communities who depend on them. Together we can do so much more however. Supporting SOS is EASY. Here is how you can make a difference today:  


  • Donate to help SOS continue funding targeted projects that protect the most threatened animals and plants.



  • Subscribe to our newsletter “A Call from the Wild”;  


  • Buy a COQENPATE gift for your loved ones. A percentage of COQENPATE’s sales will benefit SOS’s funded projects; 


  • Contact us if you have any suggestions or questions regarding SOS activities.


Thank you for your support!

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