Our Donation Program

End the Suffering

Sufferring Apparel supports Elephant causes by donating a portion of every sale towards Elephant Conservation

What is the "End The Suffering" Program?

At the beginning of every quarter, we choose a featured organization from the list of verified conservation organizations we support at the bottom of the page.

Donations are sent directly to the featured organization at the end of the quarter.

The Current Featured Organization is:

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Elephant Nature Park

Located in Northern Thailand
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250 Acres of Care and Freedom

All animals freely roam and socialize
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Home to over 70 Rescued Elephants

and hundreds of other animals
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Read our blog on the Founder of ENP

Sangduen "Lek" Chailert

All The Organizations We Currently Support

Tsavo Trust

To give both the wildlife and the people of Tsavo the right to a future.

Official Web Site

Global Sanctuary for Elephants

First only certified elephant sanctuary in South America and is the only safe option for elephants rescued from captivity on this continent.

Official Web Site

Boon Lott’s Elephant Sanctuary

BLES strives to rescue and protect the elephants of Thailand from abuse and ultimate extinction. They provide a safe home with a focus on individual survival and relearning social skills.

Official Web Site

Samui Elephant Sanctuary

The elephants in our care have previously endured a hard life working long hours for the tourism entertainment or logging industries; a striking contrast to the happy and peaceful lives they are now living, with the dignity and respect they deserve.

Official Web Site

Reteti Elephant Sanctuary

The Reteti Elephant Sanctuary is situated in the remote Mathews Range, among Kenya’s second largest elephant population. It takes in orphaned and abandoned elephant calves with an aim to release them back into the wild herds adjoining the Sanctuary

Official Web Site

David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust exists to protect Africa’s wildlife and to preserve habitats for the future of all wild species. A wildlife sanctuary in northern Africa that mostly raises orphan wildlife and re-introduces them back into the wild.

Official Web Site

The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee

The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee exists to provide captive elephants with individualized care, the companionship of a herd, and the opportunity to live out their lives in a safe haven dedicated to their well-being, and to raise public awareness of the complex needs of elephants in captivity, and the crisis facing elephants in the wild.

Official Web Site

Elephant Nature Park

Elephant Nature Park is a unique project set in Chiang Mai province, Northern Thailand.

Established in the 1990’s, their aim is to provide a sanctuary and rescue center for elephants.

Probably one of the worlds most amazing sanctuaries for Elephants and thousands of other animals.

Official Web Site

Performing Animal Welfare Society

An animal sanctuary in San Andreas, CA on 2300 acres. PAWS cares for many rescued animals including 3 Asian elephants and 4 African elephants

PAWS is dedicated to the protection of performing animals and providing sanctuary to abused, abandoned and retired captive wildlife.

Official Web Site

WildLife SOS

Wildlife SOS specifically addresses the problem of injured and sick elephants that are forced to work in slums and crowded cities.

Our aim is to reach out and help the elephants living in urban environments that are wounded, malnourished and dehydrated or those being used illegally and commercially under deprived conditions.

Official Web Site

Voice for Asian Elephants Society

Founded by Sanjita Iyer, author of Gods In Shackles, Voice for Asian Elephants Society strives to bring an end to elephant slavery.

Other goals are to improve the co-existence between humans and wild elephants by preserving and restoring natural habitats, to stop elephant electrocutions from farm property fences, and to prevent elephant deaths from traffic accidents.

Official Web Site

Rally for Animal Rights & Environment

RARE was founded in 2019, in Sri Lanka, by Panchali Panapitya.

They are an advocacy group that reaches out to the communities in Sri Lanka to educate and encourage participation in changing the attitudes and actions towards wild and captive elephants.

RARE takes legal action when needed and continues to push for government policy changes to stop the exploitation of wild and captive elephants in Sri Lanka.

Official Web Site