Channel your wild side and help save the cheetah! We’re so excited to launch this new partnership with Licensed to Charm, an ethical and sustainable handmade jewellery company based in the UK.
Here’s what Licensed to Charm’s Founder, Maggie Carmels, said about supporting CCF’s conservation efforts by creating the gift that keeps on giving…
‘With wild cheetahs being pushed towards extinction, we at Licensed To Charm are excited to announce our collaboration with CCF UK. We have created a ready-to-wear necklace collection to raise awareness and money to help secure a future for cheetahs, and all who share their landscape. ‘
‘By donating 10 % of the net sales price of every cheetah necklace sold, we hope to enable CCF to move closer to achieving its vision of a world where cheetahs and people can thrive alongside each other.’
‘We are very proud to support good causes through our work. As we grow, so too will our contribution.’
Fiercely feline, these unique necklaces have detailed markings to capture the realistic markings of Africa’s most endangered big cat. Complete with a solid silver or 18ct gold vermeil chain or black leather necklet, it can be worn solo or layered with your favourite pieces.
These beautiful cheetah necklaces are sustainably and ethically produced in recycled silver to minimise the impact on the environment and the packaging is 100% compostable. These would make the perfect Christmas gift for the cheetah-lover in your life, but as each item is made to order you’ll need to place your order as early as possible to ensure it’s there for the big day!
And great news – members of the CCF UK family have been given a 12% discount code. So when you race to get your necklace, be sure to use CHEETAHUK12 at checkout!
Need some more inspiration for your Christmas shopping? Why not check out our sustainable clothing store?
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