Partnerships for Public Lands

Spotlight: Member Companies Giving Back

This summer, three member companies launched creative campaigns that benefit The Conservation Alliance. Each collaboration is unique, but the collective goal is to increase funding to help protect wild places.


Stanley x Wild Olympics

Stanley is taking action by highlighting a special place that’s in their back yard, the Wild Olympics. In collaboration with Washington-based artist Gretchen Leggett, Stanley designed a limited edition Ceramivac bottle that pays tribute to this wild and beautiful landscape. Five dollars from each bottle will benefit The Conservation Alliance and other campaigns like the #WildOlympics. Click here to see the collaboration

Pacifico Preserves

Pacifico created a vibrant give-away contest on a custom-built micro-site. Enter for a chance to win a Pacifico adventure cooler, and five dollars of each entry will benefit The Conservation Alliance.  Pacifico will be donating up to $100,000 to support our effort to protect wild places. Be sure to check out the awesome animated visualization of The Conservation Alliance’s successes when you enter the contest!

Ruffwear Artist Series

Ruffwear’s Artist Series uses their “Quencher” bowl and hat as canvasses to showcase art that celebrates humans and dogs exploring. Fine Artist Sheila Dunn selected The Conservation Alliance as the beneficiary of her Ruffwear collaboration, featuring her piece “Alvord Desert.” A portion of the proceeds from these sales will go directly towards our mission of protecting wild places. Click here to check it out!