The founders of Elephant Gin wanted to help conservation efforts for the beloved elephants of Africa. They now donate 15% of profits from their bottles to various conservation charities, including Big Life Foundation and Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. The inspiration to use gin to make these donations came from drinks around the fire after a day out in the South African bush.
These gin makers help conservation efforts first hand and through sustainable business practices. Using recycled materials and natural materials for packaging, and saying no to plastic pollution. They even use elephant dung paper for marketing materials.
Furthering their sustainable footprint they co-founded a centre to educate others on waste management. The centre celebrates local arts and craft, supporting locals through the sale of these products and employment. They give back to both people and the planet through the production of delicious gin.