We are proud partners of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB), supporting the critical work they do to protect the environment and save wildlife from extinction.
The RSPB works for a world richer in nature. They protect our shared home at land and sea, save wild birds and wildlife from extinction, and inspire people to get closer to nature. The climate crisis is their biggest challenge yet.
Now more than ever our planet needs to be carefully protected, and they’re determined to help achieve that on a local, national, and global scale. In the UK they run a network of reserves. These are vital homes for wildlife and priceless spaces for everyone to get closer to nature.
Nationally, by 2025 the RSPB want to ensure at least 20 per cent of UK land and 10 percent of our oceans are well managed for nature – ensuring no more loss of protected areas and by offering inspiration and advice to improve the management of around 5,000 square kilometres of land owned by others.
On a global level the RSPB partner to help protect habitats and save endangered wildlife overseas, managing innovative and impactful projects on nearly every continent.
This includes work to save the Gola Rainforest in Sierra Leone, prevent albatross by-catch between South America and Southern Africa, and campaign through the United Nations to create global agreements that will tackle climate change.
We decided early on that a core value of Owl + Lark was our commitment to the natural world and to making our business be a force for good.
That’s why from the very first mattress we sold, we donate £25 for every mattress* we sell and we also offer RSPB members exclusive Owl + Lark benefits and discounts. We are incredibly proud to support the RSPB in their work and urge you to support them too.
The RSPB has a wealth of options on its website to help you spot a bird species, find a nature reserve to visit, support their work at the shop, donate or become a member.
*£25 from each mattress sold will be donated to the RSPB, a registered charity in England and Wales, number 207076, and in Scotland, number SC037654.