Looking for a fresh and funky style on your shoulder, while also spreading awareness about a great cause? This premium tote bag includes two of nature’s most exciting and smartest animals, as they venture through the beautiful trees of their natural habitat.
Despite being able to do everything from counting to learning sign language, monkeys are still not able to protect themselves from extinction alone. Over half of the 262 species of monkey on this planet are endangered, with 24 of them set to become extinct in the wild shortly. Having been hunted for bushmeat, medicine and other reasons, there have been drastic declines in the population in Asia, Africa and South America.
Help fight against the declining monkey population with a fun yet fashionable tote bag that is a perfect addition with any ensemble!
'For every sale we make, we donate to various projects which support the preservation of ecosystems and its inhabitants'.
HOW WE GIVE
When you purchase one of our unique products, Flossie Flamingo is proud to commit 10% of profits to sustaining and protecting wildlife and our environment for both us and our children (and their children, too).
We’ve chosen to donate proceeds to a few that align with our mission to save the world and support the following crusaders:
Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation, WWF, Nat Geo WILD, Sea Shepherd and 1% for the planet.
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.: Black cotton handles
.: Black lining
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Orders are processed within 24 hours of payment being processed. All products are made to order and production can take 2 to 5 business days. Thereafter shipped out from our fulfilment centres in the US or European warehouse.
Please note that estimated shipping and arrival dates are subject to change according to the carrier’s availability. For multiple orders, shipment may come at different times and from different warehouses.
Transit time is dependent on holiday schedule and excludes holidays and weekends. Generally, orders will arrive within 5-10 business days in the US, 6-12 days in Canada and 5-20 days for the rest of the world.