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Charities We Support

At Satori Pets our Mission is Connection

 To help us create a deeper connection with our pets. Our pets can be an entrance - a way to enter Zen ourselves. 

Walking our dog, petting our cat, playing with our pets, laughing at them and with them -  can be an active mediation in attention, presence and happiness.

Pets can be an entrance into nature for us too. A grounding. A connection to the natural world.

We support several charities and NGO’s at Satori Pets that support nature, the natural world and our connection to nature.

Preserving and repairing the natural world is one of our fundamental beliefs.

The Nature Conservancy

Founded in 1951, The Nature Conservancy has over one million members, and has protected more than 119,000,000 acres of land and thousands of miles of rivers worldwide. The largest environmental nonprofit by assets and revenue in the Americas. 

The World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF)

Is an international non-governmental organization founded in 1961 that works in the field of wilderness preservation and the reduction of human impact on the environment.

WWF is the world's largest conservation organization, with over five million supporters worldwide, working in more than 100 countries and supporting around 3,000 conservation and environmental projects. They have invested over $1 billion in more than 12,000 conservation initiatives since 1995.

 

 

Sea Shepard

Founded in 1977 with the aim to protect ocean habitats and end the slaughter of marine wildlife.

They now have branches in over 20 countries and are one of the world’s leading marine conservation charities.

 

 

Friends of the Columbia River Gorge

Works to protect, preserve, and steward the Columbia Gorge. They led the fight to create the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area over 40 years ago.

For over four decades, they have successfully advocated to protect the Gorge from irresponsible development, purchased scenic and sensitive lands for long-term preservation, and worked with community partners to foster a larger culture of Gorge stewardship by connecting thousands of students and volunteers to the Gorge’s wonders.