ACA partners with local and national businesses to further the organization's mission and expand the community’s involvement in conservation. Through both in-kind support and direct financial contributions, business partnerships are becoming an invaluable part of the ACA support network.
ACA offers partnership packages that are catered to each business’ goals. When working with ACA, a personal relationship is established that goes beyond that of financial support; employees at our partner companies often become part of ACA’s community. Read about current partnership opportunities (PDF), or contact us at for more information on how your business can become a corporate partner.
ACA currently recieves support from the following businesses:
Morrison & Foerster: Morrison and Foerster, LLP, provides ongoing Pro Bono legal support for ACA’s conservation work in Peru, inlcuding the creation of the world’s first conservation concession and the development of a new carbon offset program based at the concession.
MPOWERD: MPOWERD is a company committed to solar justice. Through two campaigns in 2013-2014, more than 500 donated solar lanterns traveled to Peru and Bolivia. They provide a renewable way for beneficiaries to complete tasks after sundown while reducing dependence on candles or batteries.
Smock: Smock produces a line of high-quality paper made from bamboo, the fastest growing plant on the planet, and thus a wonderfully renewable resource. When you purchase letterpress stationery and invitations from Smock, you’ll know that 1% of Smock sales get donated to protecting the environment.
Noah Wild: Noah Wild is a brand that engages kids and lets them realize that they truly can make a difference in the world. And with something they care about – animals and their environments. Noah offers a premium line of products that kids can wear, watch, read and use. For every purchase, kids can decide which of 5 animal charities will receive a percentage of the purchase price. Just make sure you choose Amazon Conservation at check out!
The headwaters region of the southwestern Amazon is the greatest priority for the conservation of terrestrial and freshwater biodiversity. Photo: Ronald Catpo
Capuchin monkey at ACA’s Los Amigos Conservation Concession, Madre de Dios, Peru. Photo: Lindsay Erin Lough
Local schoolchildren participating in our enivronmental education program at the Wayqecha Cloud Forest Research Station, Cusco, Peru. Photo: Ronald Catpo
Black caiman along the Madre de Dios River, Peru. Photo: Sam Abell
Sunset at ACA's Los Amigos Conservation Concession, Madre de Dios, Peru. Photo: Enrique Ortiz
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