Chooses Wildlife Conservation Network proud to announce the selection of their first charity.

Meridian, Idaho — 7-23-2018Today (AP) announced the selection of Wildlife Conservation Network (WCN) as the first charity to which AP will donate a percentage of profits.

“We are proud to donate to an exemplary organization like Wildlife Conservation Network,” said Tim Shiffer, Jr., Founder and CEO at “We selected WCN because of their strong corporate values and dedication to their cause of protecting wildlife and preserving natural habitats, while spending very little on overhead and administrative costs.”

Wildlife Conservation Network  

Wildlife Conservation Network has a lasting impact around the world working with a collaborative network of partners in 37 countries and protecting 87 species of wildlife. The Elephant Crisis Fund and Lion Recovery Fund alone have supported 204 projects in over 30 countries. WCN was founded in 2002. is dedicated to relentlessly seek out and sell innovative and creative items at reasonable prices. Providing exemplary customer service is our primary mission. Giving back is the driving force behind everything we do.

Wildlife Conservation Network is headquartered in San Francisco, California. is headquartered in Idaho.

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