It's time to drive impact.
PERFORMANCE WITH PURPOSE
Envoy Foundation is an environmental-focused foundation that scales up the impact of work done by conservationists, scientists, filmmakers, entrepreneurs, and businesses who are working to rid the world of animal and ecosystem exploitation.
We help these groups grow through philanthropy, catalytic investments, and campaign or business consulting.
Envoy: Shark Cull Documentary
Our multi-award winning documentary, narrated by Eric Bana, exposes the truth behind the ‘shark control programs in Australia. It includes powerful interviews with Layne Beachley, Ocean Ramsey, Madison Stewart, Juan Oliphant, Tom Carroll and Sea Shepherd. The film has shifted public perceptions and become a critical public awareness and lobbying tool for the campaign against shark culling in Australia, South Africa and Reunion Island (France).
Shark Island Plastics Project
Eliminating plastic bottle use in Fuvahmulah, Maldives will reduce single-use plastic by 90% and halve overall waste on the island, helping to preserve a slice of paradise, and our oceans. Achieving this here, will help this island become the blueprint for the rest of the Maldives, and other island nations, to follow to ensure a brighter future free from the scourge of plastics.
Australian Sea Lion Campaign
The Australian Sea Lion Population is estimated to be less than 11,000 individuals, and in 2022 they have been officially listed as an endangered species.
We partnered with the Australian Sea Lion Recovery Alliance on campaign strategy, marketing, and to raise funds for critical research will lead to developing successful conservation plans for this beloved animal.
Nets Out Now Coalition
Each year, state governments in Australia kill thousands of sharks and other marine animals in the name of beach goer safety. The problem? This doesn’t actually keep anyone safe and also decimates our oceans.
We helped form a coalition of over 50 organisations and ambassadors to send a clear message, the community wants Nets Out Now.
"Earth provides enough to satisfy every man's needs,
but not every man's greed."