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What is Love the Wild?

Love the Wild is a non-profit foundation with a mission to teach children and adults how to learn from, love, and protect the wild. 
We do this through sponsoring unique, accessible educational programs and supporting conservation efforts with the next generation in mind. 
Join us in our efforts to ensure wild lands and wildlife can be enjoyed by generations to come. Learn more at


In the News This Quarter


On Saturday, March 4, United Nations members agreed on a treaty to protect biodiversity in international waters. Talks have taken more than a decade, but this treaty means governments will now work together to address issues of illegal fishing, pollution, and other issues crucial to the health and wellbeing of the oceans and their inhabitants.

Oceans expert, Nichola Clark, with Pew Charitable Trusts said, "This is a once in a generation opportunity to protect the oceans — a major win for biodiversity." Read more about this historic event at


What We Are Following...


Love the Wild supports education in various locations around the world, including in Kenya. One of our projects is to help students located in Oltome. Our desire is to help students learn, but in these unique circumstances we also helped them meet their basic daily needs. Another project for us is to provide support for environmental education at the Olasiti Community School in Amboseli. Here children are planting drought resistant plants in a project led by Isaack Parimbai, an educator and ambassador for Love the Wild. 

During 2022 and continuing into 2023, this area of Africa experienced its worst drought in more than 40 years. It is the 6th such season in a row where much needed rain failed to materialize. Projections are that almost 5.5 million people will be left without adequate access to food or water as this year continues. Livestock and wild animals suffer as well as their habitat is impacted.

Read more about our efforts to support education in these small villages and DONATE HERE.

Love the Wild continues to provide support for education about turtle habitat and coral reef preservation and restoration efforts. We are also providing scholarship funds for Genievieve to attend Island Academy. In March, we met with some new organizations we hope to work with in the future so stay tuned for more news from Belize!
Love the Wild also supports efforts to save the habitat for orangutans in Borneo. Read more and support this cause at The Orangutan Project.

In just the last two months, Love the Wild has donated 130 books. We sent 30 of our Lili, the Brave Bee's Flight for a New Home to Elephants Without Borders and 100 copies of Grizzly 399 and her Four Hungry Cubs book to Shriners Children's Hospital in Salt Lake City. We love sharing these educational opportunities! 
Here our books are being used in a 4th grade classroom to learn about Grizzly 399. Information about her was used to generate a chart about how many cubs the students think may come out of the den with her this year! 
Join Wild Green Kids Club!

Know a child who wants to learn about animals and their habitats? Help them join our club!
THIS LINK to learn more. 

April 22 is Earth Day and and we want people to show their appreciation for the earth and the animals that live on it. Our Wild Green Kids Club is sponsoring a contest. Submit a story about a part of the environment that you feel should be protected and a solution for protecting it. Be creative and illustrations are always welcome! The contest is open until April 30. Winners will win a book and plush animal. We can't wait to see your stories! Submit your entries to [email protected].


How You Can Support Us

As with any non-profit, we rely on contributions and donations to fund our work. You can learn more about us and donate at
Love the Wild is the non-profit arm of Green Kids Club which donates a percentage of profits from the sale of all their books to Love the Wild Foundation.  In addition to books about animals and environmental stewardship for children and adults, we also have apparel and accessories in our Love the Wild Foundation shop.  The proceeds from sales will be donated to the Foundation to support our education and conservation initiatives!
You can also support us by purchasing an item from artists who donate a portion of the sale to our Foundation! Eric Thorsen Gallery created this sculpture in honor of Grizzly 399 and we will have it available for sale soon! Also artist Jessica Becker is donating a portion of the sale of this darling fox picture to us! 
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