Nonprofit Organizations We Support

Nonprofits we support

Because Body Délice believes in a better world, each year, we redistribute a portion of your payment to different nonprofit organizations.

 

 

Red Panda Network

Founded by Brian Williams in 2007, Red Panda Network has become a world leader in efforts to protect red pandas and their habitat.
They work with local communities in Nepal to serve as active partners in the conservation of wild red pandas and their habitat. 
The red panda is the original panda, discovered some 50 years before the giant panda! They are carnivore that has adapted to eating almost exclusively bamboo. Red pandas are the only species remaining in their taxonomic family, a living relict of the past. Saving them is important to the preservation of the world’s natural heritage and global biodiversity. 

https://www.redpandanetwork.org/

 

Some figures on Red Pandas

Remaining red pandas in the wild

Inches - head to tail

bamboo leaves are eaten daily by a rend panda

years - lifetime of red panda in the wild

In 2020, you helped us adopting the red panda Paaru!

red panda paaru
Paaru lives in Ilam district’s Padmasambhaw Community Forest with her two cubs. She is one of ten wild red pandas equipped with collars during Nepal’s first-ever GPS-satellite collar study. The name Paaru in Hindu culture signifies the sun, fire, and goddess Parvati.
Thanks to you, we were able to symbolically adopt her!
The money redistributed is served to support the reforestation of degraded areas near her home.

Threats 

Habitat loss is the number 1 threat for red pandas. The global red panda population has declined by 50% over the last 20 years due to the rapid human population growth. Livestock herding is another threat to the red panda’s habitat as well as the roaming dogs protecting the livestock from predators. They usually kill red pandas. 
Poaching and illegal trade are on the rise and harms red pandas ‘ populations. Finally, climate change is another big threat for red pandas,  more frequent droughts, snowfalls, and floods, all resulting in shifting vegetation zones in the Himalayas
.https://www.redpandanetwork.org/

 

Thank you to all our dear customers for helping us contributing to protecting red pandas.

Lastly, if you know/are a nonprofit that you think we could support, we would love to hear from you!
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