Breaking! Leonardo DiCaprio & Dr. Jane Goodall Introduce Limited Edition T-Shirt Line To Benefit Ape Conservation; Must Purchase By November 16th

It is especially comforting to come across a new idea that inspires change and brings people together for the greater good; something that both Leonardo DiCaprio and Dr. Jane Goodall excel at.

That is why environmental and conservation organizations, the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation and the Jane Goodall Institute have collaborated on a limited edition vegan clothing line to benefit ape conservation.

“LDF is partnering with the Jane Goodall Institute on a two-week flash sale of exclusive merchandise honoring five iconic species of apes: gibbons, chimpanzees, bonobos, gorillas, and orangutans.” Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation posted on its website. “Your purchase will help to protect these species and their habitats. Don’t let them disappear.”

The clothing line titled “Don’t Let Them Disappear,” which includes a variety of organic t-shirts and sweatshirts, are only available to order until November 16th. Shipping of the purchased items will begin on December 3rd, making them unique holiday gifts that give back!

“It is estimated that orangutans have lost over 80% of their habitat in the last 20 years, largely due to fragmentation from the palm oil and wood pulp industries,” DiCaprio posted on his Facebook page. “The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation and the Jane Goodall Institute have teamed up to develop a line of apparel to support teams on the ground working to save this incredible species.”

The Jane Goodall Institute also shared the news on its social media platforms.

“Good news alert: We’re partnering with Leonardo DiCaprio & The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation on a very important limited-edition t-shirt campaign to help make sure great apes survive and thrive,” noted the post. “50% of all proceeds give back to our efforts.”

The window to order these one-of-a-kind shirts that give back closes on Friday November 16th.  Purchase yours today!

For more information CLICK HERE! 

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