Award-winning design-led gifting company, Wild & Wolf, is pleased to announce a new partnership with international wildlife charity Born Free that will see donated profits from their Yes Studio Animal Multi-Tools go to the charity to assist in their mission to protect wild animals.
The innovative Multi-Tools, part of Wild & Wolf’s popular lifestyle brand Yes Studio, have been designed bespoke, and are uniquely shaped to model three endangered animals. They are included in Yes Studio’s Spring/Summer 2020 collection and will be hitting shelves as early as December 2019 in stockists such as John Lewis and Amazon.
There are three animal-shaped Multi-Tools in the range: the Giant Panda On-the-Go Multi-Tool, Black Rhino Urban Multi-Tool and Sea Turtle Bike Multi-Tool, each featuring eight different functions such as a bottle opener, hex wrench, flat head screwdriver, comb, nail file and more. The practical gadgets are travel-friendly and can be attached to any bag or keyring via an included coloured carabiner.
The global agreement begins in November 2019 and will see 40p/40 cents for every unit sold donated to Born Free to support their worldwide effort protecting wild species & rescue animals from suffering.
Matt Smithers, Head of Marketing and Fundraising at Born Free, had this to say about the partnership. “We are delighted to be partnering with Wild & Wolf and their range of Yes Studio Animal Multi-Tools. Born Free has been working to protect wild animals since 1984, and Wild & Wolf shares our vision of a future where animals thrive in the wild, where animals are not exploited and where animals and people-co-exist. We are confident that these new multi tools will help spread our message to Keep Wildlife in the Wild.”
“We are so very pleased to be entering into this partnership with such a respected charity like Born Free,” said Emma Puzey, Licensing Manager at Wild & Wolf, “Their conservation work to protect animals all around the world is such an important cause and we’re happy that our Yes Studio Animal Multi-Tools will be playing a small part in helping them to continue in their vital mission.”
The range will be available to purchase from Wild & Wolf’s consumer webstore https://store.wildandwolf.co.uk from January 2020. To learn more about Born Free, visit their website.