Let's get involved together


Because we all believe in different causes, each year Body Délice donates a portion of your payment to different associations.




Founded by Paul Nicklen and Cristina Mittermeier, SeaLegacy’s mission is to “create healthy and abundant oceans for us, and for the planet”.

Oceans are not an inexhaustible resource. Today more than ever, they have reached their limit. From the breath we take, to the food we eat, to the climate we live in, we rely on the oceans. 

Thanks to their amazing website and other social medias, they share the beauty of this threatened nature, captured during their expeditions. This way, they use the power of imagery and story-telling through a worldwide community to help drive solutions for oceans and create behavior changes.

SeaLegacy surfs on the networks to promote: marine protected areas, sustainable fisheries, green ocean farming, marine permaculture, coral reef revitalization and empowering coastal women. 


Somes figures about Whales

Species of cetaceans

Whales killed by Japan over the last 10 years

Whales, porpoises or dolphins killed each year in fishing nets

Tons of oil in one single whale

Farm Sanctuary

Farm Sanctuary was founded in 1986 by Gene Baur, a vegan activist who fights for animal rights and food movement. He traveled around the US in the 1980’s to investigate factory farms, stockyards and slaughterhouses. The unacceptable and awful conditions he discovered in these places convinced him to create Farm Sanctuary. Hilda was his first rescued sheep.

Farm Sanctuary wants us to open our eyes on factory farms which dominate food production with abusive practices in order to increase their profits with no regards for animal welfare, the environment and even our health.

Farm Sanctuary website gives plenty of information on factory farming. An introduction to the issues of our food system is also offered in schools in order to bring awareness among the young people. 

Visit their website here!

Somes figures on Farm Sanctuary


Acres in total in both shelters

rescued animals

People working for Farm Sanctuary