Corporate PartnersCorporate Partners

Ol Pejeta Conservancy strongly believes in the power of partnerships and collaborative efforts. Ol Pejeta is looking for corporate partners that are aligned with its mission. Whether it’s through monetary gifts, pro bono services, in-kind donations or volunteering, we are hoping to build strong partnerships with corporate partners who will become a vital part of helping us deliver our programmes. If you are interested in becoming a corporate partner, please contact elodie.sampere@olpejetaconservancy.org

Below are our current corporate partners. We are grateful for each of them for their generosity, enthusiasm and willingness to think outside the box to support and promote Ol Pejeta's conservation and community development work.

JW Seagon

JW Seagon

For 30 years, JW Seagon insurance brokers has helped people in Kenya and East Africa protect the things they care about. By partnering with leading international and local insurers they offer bespoke and reliable insurance policies across health, life, home, travel, finance and business insurance needs. A percentage of all income earned on the JWS Safari Health Plan is going towards their nominated wildlife and conservation charities of which Ol Pejeta is one.

PUKKA Berling

Pukka Berlin

Pukka is derived from the Hindi word Pakka, which is synonymous with being genuine, solid, positive and true. The basis of the Pukka Promise is to give "more for less."  Jewelry is either extremely unattainable for many due to the exorbitant pricing, or it's reasonably affordable, but with a questionable quality. Pukka aims to bridge this gap by offering fairly priced products, without compromising on quality. Pukka is not just about looking good, it’s about feeling good too. Sustainability and integrity are the fundamental principles of their sourcing. They control the entire value chain from “mine to market”, hence they are involved in the sourcing of all their diamonds and colour stones, which enables them to ensure full compliance and fair compensation for all their raw materials. They then ensure this extends all the way through the production process, until the finished product. As part of their global vision, they wanted to create something that goes further than conventional jewellery, something different, something that transcends the norms and thus their Tembo Line was born. Inspired by the mighty elephants of Kenya, each piece from their Tembo Line is designed to resemble elephant tusks. Tembo, meaning elephant in Swahili, is meant to make a statement. 20% of the profits generated from the sales of the Tembo line go to the rapid respond team at Ol Pejeta Conservancy.

Rock & Stones

Since 2009, Rock & Stones has been inspired by the colourful contemporary designs of fabrics that are produced across the African continent. They are based in Kenya and specialise in bringing the depth of African culture as shown in their carefully selected African Kanga and Kitenge fabrics to their tailoring workshop to transform these clothes into a range of ready to wear clothing for all ages and all sizes. The company supports the local communities that sew their garments. Rock & Stones has been giving a portion of their proceeds to support Ol Pejeta's security team.

If you are interested in becoming a corporate partner, please contact elodie.sampere@olpejetaconservancy.org