Our corporate sponsors are key supporters of PBI. In addition to financial or in-kind backing, they help us with governance, operations, and awareness.
Our corporate sponsors apply principals of environmental welfare to the production of their own products, processes, and services—and, by association, polar bears.
They are leaders and key influencers of corporate responsibility in their respective markets, and allow us to continue on our path to conservation.
Our corporate sponsors:
If you are interested in becoming a major sponsor (over $15,000 in value), please email email@example.com.
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Based in Thompson, Manitoba, Calm Air connects Churchill, the polar bear capital of the world, and other northern communities with Winnipeg. The company helps support our educational programs in Churchill, including our Climate Alliance training and Tundra Connections® webcasts, by offering discounted flights to participants, staff, volunteers, scientists, and educators.
Canada Goose makes the warmest parkas on the planet. Every year, the company donates special PBI Expedition Parkas to our Research Advisory Council scientists and other team members. The clothing helps keep them warm even in the fierce cold of the High Arctic. Canada Goose also donates Chilliwack Parkas for use by our Leadership Camp students and instructors, as well as our volunteers and support staff. The purchase of either parka includes a $25 donation to PBI and a PBI membership.
Frontiers North Adventures has been a Platinum sponsor since 2000. Each year they generously support our climate alliance training by donating nights in their remote Tundra Buggy Lodge to our participants and educators. Frontiers North also supports PBI’s other Churchill-based initiatives, including our Field Ambassadors who join Frontiers North guests onboard the Tundra Buggy to provide lectures while exploring the tundra. Frontiers North developed and built Tundra Buggy® One, which is what we use throughout the polar bear season. Buggy One is outfitted with tools and equipment that enable us to broadcast our PBI Tundra Connections Webcasts and video conferences world-wide, allowing us to share our polar bear research with educators and students all over the world. Frontiers North Adventures is a leader in responsible tourism, specializing in authentic tours that share the wildlife, history and culture of Canada’s North.
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Award-winning photographer and PBI friend, Daniel J. Cox of Natural Exposures Photography, generously donates photographs for use in our communications materials, particularly our website. He also created a series of photographs of PBI Research Advisory Council members conducting field research on polar bears and donated them for use in PBI Arctic Ambassador Centers. Cox is also a PBI Media Advisory Council member.
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David Yurman is the premier American luxury jewelry brand with a mission to share in life’s exceptional moments. Founded by two artists, David and Sybil Yurman, in New York in 1980, artistic inspiration, craftsmanship and unconventional yet elegant designs are at the core of the brand. The marriage of David’s background in sculpture with Sybil’s natural understanding of color and art yields signature jewelry designs; diamond, pearl, and gemstone jewelry and Swiss-crafted timepieces that are renowned for capturing the essence of relaxed American luxury. David Yurman collections are available at 47 retail and concession locations throughout the United States, Canada, and France and at over 350 locations worldwide, through their exclusive authorized fine jewelry and timepiece network of retailers, including in the US, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, UK, Russia and the Middle East.
Feather Industries Canada is proud to support PBI and its cause to conserve polar bears and their habitat. This includes not only a monetary contribution, but also a commitment to a strong moral and ethical corporate policy. All of the down and feathers that they process are a by-product of the poultry industry, and their animals are treated in a fair and humane way. They also work hard to minimize their impact on the environment through all aspects of production and processing, including recycling up to 90% of the water utilized during the processing of down and feathers.
Harry Rosen is one of the best high-end men’s clothing speciality retailers in the world—an opinion the company hears from business travelers, tourists, suppliers, and above all, their customers – sophisticated men who shop for men’s fashion all over the world. They are a proudly Canadian company with 17 stores in eight major Canadian markets, employing over 1,000 associates.
Established in 1990, Kelleher Ford Sales Brandon is built on both customer satisfaction and minimized environmental impact, incorporating the first-ever dealership Heat Recovery Ventilator system and GeoThermal heating. The ventilation system employs a counter-flow heat exchange between in-and-outbound airflow, providing the building with fresh air and improving climate control, all while promoting efficient energy use. The GeoThermal water-containing pipes heat both the floors and water for consumption. Their environmental awareness extends to staff members choosing environmental responsibility as a workplace value and reducing, reusing, and recycling throughout the building.
Founded by two best friends in 2018, Wildlife Collections makes bracelets that come with an animal to track. The tracking data is collected and provided by their various wildlife organization partners. By combining a tangible bracelet and interactive tracking experience with an actual animal, Wildlife Collections’ goal is to educate customers about wildlife and excite them about conservation. 10% of their net profits are donated to their partners, including Polar Bears International through their new Save the Polar Bears Collection, which tracks wild polar bears on Canada's Hudson Bay.
Bering's limited edition Time to Care watches are dedicated to the protection of polar bears: the undisputed kings of the Arctic who are threatened by arctic sea ice losses due to climate change. Bering has a special place in its heart for polar bears, campaigning for their conservation since 2011. For each stylish and sophisticated charity watch sold, Bering will donate $15 to PBI.
Alps Group is committed to providing sustainable and safe products for all households. Our unbleached bamboo technology provides reassurance that our products are free from harmful chemicals. We avoid the slash and burn technique that is widely adopted by other companies and we develop a more sustainable approach of producing our products by harvesting sustainable bamboo grass. We also provide more environmentally-friendly takeaway packaging based on the needs of hotels, restaurants, and office pantries.
Deloitte provides audit & assurance, consulting, financial advisory, risk advisory, tax, and related services to public and private clients spanning multiple industries. Deloitte serves four out of five Fortune Global 500® companies through a globally connected network of member firms in more than 150 countries and territories bringing world-class capabilities, insights, and service to address clients' most complex business challenges.
Every fall, the Four Points by Sheraton—located just steps away from the Winnipeg Airport—donates hotel accommodations to our Climate Alliance trainees, attendees, and educators who overnight there before traveling to Churchill, Manitoba. They also donate accommodations to our support staff and scientists. Without their help, many of our fall programs in Churhill would not be possible.
Handcraft is a digital studio in Winnipeg offering video production and interactive development. They create content to make a meaningful difference, and enjoy helping their partners share their work with the world.handcraftcreative.com
iGan Partners invests in emerging tech companies. With a focus on Digital Health and B2B SaaS, they invest in dynamic management teams, empowering them to build impactful businesses. They have built large successful companies and understand the challenges facing growing businesses, having faced them themselves. They provide early stage companies with smart capital, a unique active management approach, and exclusive access to a network of industry partners and sector specific co-investors to help them succeed.
Polar Bear Products is a weatherproofing brand that aims to be a leading provider of insulation products for the comfort and safety of your home. Its parent company, Jacobs & Thompson, has been an expert in the foam fabrication industry since 1955. As a proud bronze sponsor of Polar Bears International, PBP stands behind the environmental mission, vision and values of PBI by providing products that reduce your carbon footprint and help fight global warming.
As a member of the Association of Russian Polar Explorers, Poseidon Expeditions pledges to make its own contribution to the development and furthering of arctic science research. The company actively encourages and supports participation in its voyages, by naturalists and scientists engaged in arctic research, and endeavors to promote this by offering them a platform from which to perform their research and a forum with which to voice their unique understanding of this delicate and ever-changing land mass. Preservation of the arctic habitat and the polar ice cap are environmental imperatives and the responsibility of all. They accept this tenet and through their work help their passengers understand the importance of preserving our one unique Earth.
Shared Planet was created with a big cause and simple mission in mind: to shed light on at risk animals and enable every person, everywhere to support them through the purchase of cruelty-free, vegan beauty products. We believe in creating a more promising tomorrow by revolutionizing quality, care and thinking within the beauty industry. We donate a percentage of all proceeds to help preserve endangered species and educate communities to help look after our world’s most vulnerable creatures.
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