We are very grateful to all of our Corporate Sponsors for their help in raising awareness and funds for tiger conservation.
Over a decade long commitment to tiger conservation has ensured Wildlife Trails leads by example in specialist nature tourism today in India. With its own NGO, The Tiger Trails Foundation, it provides direct support to communities around Ranthambhore, works with expert local guides and is applauded for its attention to detail and local knowledge in organising tours. The owner continues to set high ethical standards across all his nature tour programmes ensuring profit is not put before conservation principle. Wildlife Trails also has 5 stars from AITO for sustainable tourism. Winner of the TOFTigers International Wildlife Tour Operator of the year award in 2014.
Since 1918 the family firm H.A. Bennett Pty in Melbourne has imported and distributed high quality green coffee to Australian based roasters. From 2006 they have been donating to 21st Century Tiger US$1 for every bag of Tiger Mountain raw coffee beans sold. Tiger Mountain coffee is sourced from various plantations close to wild tiger conservation areas and is one of HAB’s most popular coffees.
In 2007 a director of CMO Global approached 21st Century Tiger with an offer to volunteer. This turned into the start of an amazing venture as CMO Global offered to develop an all-singing all-dancing online database for the 21st Century Tiger administration – all for the love of tigers.
CMO Global is a web and mobile technology company who, amongst other things, apply Wireless and Mobile technology to existing and commonly traditional business processes to increase the efficiency of organisations.
Germany company Baeck GmbH & Co are supporting tiger conservation through 21st Century Tiger. Their Tiger Malabar Pepper is grown in the evergreen tropical rain forests of the Periyar Tiger Reserve in Kerala, South India. It is an organic, hand-picked and sun-dried gourmet pepper.
The ExxonMobil relationship with 21st Century Tiger is a long standing one, from when still known as Esso, they were a founding supporter and funded the administration costs. Since 1997 ExxonMobil has contributed over £120,000 to 21st Century Tiger.