Our business philanthropy began as soon as we registered. Our focus is based primarily on our compassion for animals, our care for people's wellbeing, and our environmental consciousness. We contribute in a number of ways; by donating money, product, volunteer time and health education. We know we are privileged to be a part of creating a positive change in the world.
Our products also reflect our care and compassion. They do not harm the earth, our animals, or you in any possible way! We source our products from sustainable farms and ensure that everyone involved in the process of bringing the products to you is treated fairly.
Joining Hands connects everyone through wellness. Since working with joining Hands director Jenni Madison has become a personal friend of Kylie Lowe, the Founder of this incredible Social Enterprise. Kylie experienced her own healing crisis when she was diagnosed with cancer and found her calling in natural therapies. Kylie survived and made the decision that all disadvantaged women should have access to some natural healing and health therapies. Joining Hands keeps disadvantaged women's dreams alive.
We view the work of Animals Australia as potentially one of the hardest on this planet. Animals Australia's motto is “Kicking Ass for the Animals”. Their work battling the heartbreaking live export and abbatoir torture trades overseas is something every future-forward Australian can be proud of. As we received their regular news and updates, we could not bare to see some of the cruelty that was being inflicted on animals. Being aware of the positive changes Animals Australia was making in preventing such occurrences led us to become an active supporter.
Edgar’s Mission is a not for profit sanctuary for rescued farmed animals that seeks to create a humane and just world for all living beings. Edgar’s Mission is set on 60 peaceable acres in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range in Willowmavin, Kilmore, in the state of Victoria, Australia. They love and treat ALL animals as pets. Once again, this it the type of work we here at Coconut Magic are in awe and great appreciation of.
When Jenni and her husband were married in 2013 on the beach, they had whales in the background celebrating with them. Soon after, in 2013 Coconut Magic started donating bulk coconut oil to the fearlessly brave team at Sea Sherperd to use in their meals. This organisation boldly goes where governments fear to tread, insisting that the Japanese whalers abide by International Law in the whales’ crucial Antarctic breeding grounds. Why? Because not only is whale-watching a multi-million dollar tourism industry for Australians (nearly $300M), but because EVERY generation to come should have the awe-inspiring privilege of seeing these majestic leviathons, at home on the open ocean.