4 ELEMENT PHOTOS
CALENDARS FOR CHARITY
Hello and thank you for your interest in purchasing a 2020 4 Element Photos calendar for charity. This year I’ve chosen two animal welfare non-profits to donate to that mean a lot to me. First is The Canid Project who I have been affiliated with for over a year now and new to this year is Wolf Hollow Wildlife Rehab which is situated on San Juan Island – I really wanted to give back to the island that has given me so much. Please have a read below about these two amazing organizations…
PRICING: $30/calendar, or, $100/4 calendars
($10 from each calendar will be donated to the charities mentioned below)
Preferred method of payment is e-transfer, but can accept cash, cheque, credit card via Paypal
*Shipping costs will be added to orders of 3 or more calendars*
If you are interested in a calendar, please fill out the contact form below.
Thank you very much for the support! Shane
Non-profits for 2020 Calendar Donations
THE CANID PROJECT
Based out of Louisiana and founded in 2016, this project's mission, as a global creative conversation, is to educate about and protect wild canid species around the world. Directly, TCP operates the only species-specific fox rehabilitation program in Louisiana, where they rescue, rehabilitate and return orphaned Red and Gray Foxes to the wild. In addition to this, educating the public about wild canids is a key TCP delivery. The Canid Project educates by offering wildlife photography mentorships and scholarships/grants for teens and through a variety of conservation-focused photography workshops which take place globally. These canid-centric workshops (which I am very proud to co-lead on) offer participants first hand field experience with these beautiful animals but more importantly focus on how to utilize ethical wildlife photography for conservation and education purposes.
WOLF HOLLOW WILDLIFE REHAB
Wolf Hollow Wildlife Rehabilitation Center’s mission is to promote the well-being of wildlife and their habitats through rehabilitation of injured and orphaned wildlife, public education and non-invasive research. In their 36 years of service, they have provided care for over 18,000 injured and orphaned wild animals, always with the goal of releasing them back into the wild. Wolf Hollow is a 501c3 non-profit organization located on San Juan Island in Northwest Washington State. This groups serves all of San Juan and Skagit Counties and northern Whidbey Island. They care for more than 200 species of animals including hummingbirds, swallows, woodpeckers, eagles, owls, herons, snakes, rabbits, deer and seals. Thank you for supporting their life and habitat saving work.