Check out these products from shops whose owners donate a portion of their sales to CIWY:
The Puma Years: A Memoir of Love and Transformation in the Bolivian Jungle
Now available on Amazon in paperback, hard cover and ebook! Former volunteer Laura Coleman recounts her experiences with Wayra in this highly anticipated memoir. She is donating 75% of book proceeds to CIWY.
CIWY Artwork Products by Laura Coleman
Laura’s beautiful designs and photos are now available on various products. So many to choose from! Click to explore all the options:
Panthera: Improve and Develop Your Mentalism
Mentalist/author Jack Goldstein donates 100% of the profits from this book to CIWY!
CIWY Jungle Prints by Jennie Webber
You may recognise some beauties from Ambue Ari Sanctuary in this series! Click for artist’s shop page.
Sloth Embroidery Kit
Perfect for people who want to learn the techniques of embroidery, or as a gift for a crafty friend! These DIY kits include everything you need to get started on the basics of hand embroidery and create a beautiful piece. Paraffle Embroidery donates 50% from each sloth kit to CIWY. Choose from 4 options:
I come from the jungle Children’s Book
This colourful book was written and illustrated by Silvia Cuello with photos taken by Víctor Fernández at our sanctuaries. It includes true stories of animals in our care. You can purchase it below by clicking on the version you prefer: English or Spanish.
Hey Hilde! Children’s Book
Ross Hammond, a former CIWY volunteer, wrote the popular children’s book Hey Hilde! about a capuchin monkey named Hilde at Parque Machía. You can purchase it below by clicking on the version you prefer: English, Spanish or French.
Former volunteer Carola Schade donates 10% of her art sales to CIWY.
Check out her beautiful pieces, many of which were inspired by experiences with nature during her time in Bolivia. See more on her Instagram.
Comunidad Inti Wara Yassi (CIWY) is a Bolivian Non-Governmental Organisation engaged in protecting wildlife rescued from illegal trafficking and the conservation of ecosystems. Across its three wildlife sanctuaries, CIWY has cared for thousands of animals over the years, providing for them a better quality of life and a future in their natural habitat. CIWY has been in operation since 1992 and is today recognised internationally for its work in wildlife care and rehabilitation.
Part of the extended CIWY family are Friends of Inti Wara Yassi UK and Friends of Inti Wara Yassi Australia, two international nonprofits founded and run by former volunteers to facilitate fundraising and permit tax-deductible donations for British and Australian taxpayers.