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Shop to Support Lemur Conservation

Help save lemurs from extinction by shopping for gifts, clothes, jewelry, and household goods.

Find stores supporting our members’ work or support them on Amazon Smile. Shop at ethical companies that work in Madagascar and support Malagasy people, or at for profit organizations that donate a portion of sales to lemur conservation.

Store from the Lemur Conservation Network

Proceeds support our work or are donated to member organizations.

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LCN’s TeeSpring store features t-shirts and other products featuring many different lemur species.

We partnered with illustrators to create designs for t-shirts, bags, fanny packs, face masks, and more. Find our official 2020 World Lemur Day and World Lemur Festival shirts, featuring the crowned sifaka, the collared brown lemur, and the diademed sifaka!

Products Made in Madagascar

These products support Malagasy people by providing incomes and independence.

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Stitch St. Luce

Handmade goods made by a women’s embroidery business started by SEED Madagascar, but now entirely independent. Learn more about Stitch St. Luce.

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Tanana Silk

Tanana Silk makes beautiful, unique, handmade silk textiles found nowhere else in the world. They are a project of LCN member CPALI (Conservation through Poverty International).

Crafted in the rainforests of Madagascar, our non-spun textiles are produced using a no-kill method that conserves vital rainforest without harming silkworms or other species. Malagasy farmers raise and harvest the silkworms, and refine the final products into beautiful silk textiles. 100% of profits are returned directly to Madagascar.

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Beyond Good Chocolate

Beyond Good (formerly Madecasse) makes delicious chocolate and vanilla with a direct trade philosophy.

We go beyond fair trade. We know the farmers we work with, and they know us. We share meals in their homes and a vision for prosperity. Our mission is to make chocolate entirely in Madagascar. This reverses trends that have long held back economic growth in Madagascar.

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Sarobidy Creations

Handmade jewelry made by women in Madagascar, and supported by Red Island Restoration.

Aroma Forest Essential Oils

Natural oils made sustainably in partnership with Man and the Environment.

Made in Madagascar

Beautiful hats, bags, purses, and home goods made by women in Madagascar using traditional crochet and weaving with raffia.

Stores from LCN Members

Purchases from these online shops support the work of our partners in lemur conservation.

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Duke Lemur Center

Lemur stuffed animals, ring-tailed lemur costume tail, Duke Lemur Center attire, car magnets, and more.

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Lemur Conservation Foundation

Gift shop with lemur and Madagascar-themed items like books, stuffed animals, vanilla, and artwork that supports the Lemur Conservation Foundation (LCF).

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Amazon Smile

Select a lemur organization on Amazon Smile for your Amazon purchases to support them. The following LCN members have Amazon Smile accounts:

  • Lemur Love
  • Lemur Conservation Foundation
  • Conservation Fusion
  • Madagascar Fauna and Flora Group
  • Eden Reforestation Projects
  • Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust
  • Conservation through Poverty Alleviation International (CPALI)
  • PICC Madagascar

Companies that Donate a Percentage of Sales to Lemur Conservation

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Lemur Bags

High quality, casual bags with fun patterns in a variety of styles and sizes. 15% of sales is donated to lemur conservation organizations. Enter code LCN10OFF to get 10% off.

Wendy Barnes Design

Fabric accessories — like masks, snack bags, and tote bags — featuring original wildlife designs. 10% of sales from lemur and Madagascar products benefit Conservation Fusion and the Lemur Conservation Foundation.

Velvet & Sweet Pea’s Purrfumery

Portions of sales from the Luminous Lemurs perfume are donated to Centre ValBio. The perfume is made in a base of jojoba oil and beeswax, and has Blood orange, Madagascar ylang ylang essential oil and concrete, Egyptian carnation, antique clove bud, nutmeg & cinnamon, 20 year old sandalwood, and 20 year old Madagascar vanilla.

Symbolic Adoptions

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Adopt a Baobab at the Reniala Reserve

Adopt a Baobab in the Reniala Reserve in Madagascar to become a co-owner of the baobab. All profits support the Lemur Rescue Center.

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Adopt a Lemur at Durrell

Adopt Stumpy, the ring-tailed lemur at the Jersey Zoo in England! Symbolic adoption packages include a cuddly lemur toy or Durrell cap, adoption certificate, photo, lemur fact sheet, and more.

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Adopt a Lemur at the Duke Lemur Center

Symbolic adoptions support animal care at the Duke Lemur Center and conservation programs in Madagascar. Select from a variety of lemur species.

Adopt a Ring-Tailed Lemur at World Wildlife Fund (WWF)

Lemur adoption kits start at $25. They can include a stuffed animal, photo, adoption certificate and more.