Relevance Partners With The Animal Fund

Relevance and The Animal Fund Join Forces to Help Marine Life

This year, Relevance put its support behind a new partnership with a fantastic charity: TAF – The Animal Fund. The Animal Fund is a non-profit marine conservation association in Monaco, France and the United Kingdom, with a focus on protecting and saving dolphins and whales from pollution, overfishing and maltreatment.

It was established in 2015 with 3 goals: to educate and inform the world of the danger and consequences of cruelty and extinction of the marine life, to communicate on environmental issues and to protect, save and help dolphins and whales who are victims of maltreatment, massacre, pollution, sonar testing and overfishing.

The organisation was founded by Berit Nielsen Legrand. Her love for nature and animals facing the ongoing destructive evolution of our natural environment including the deterioration of our ocean and its marine life, made Berit start The Animal Fund in 2015. The charity is now supported by several high-profile ambassadors, such as long distance runner Paula Jane Radcliffe, MBE.

Relevance started working with The Animal Fund in 2019, firstly from a digital perspective, helping to redesign, revamp and optimise the charity website, which recently relaunched. But the team at Relevance have gone one step further, joining this marine conservation charity for events, including one of their beach cleans, at the French coastal town of Menton in October, TAF’s 4th visit to the area.

Relevance is proud to support such a forward-thinking organisation, with sustainability and the environment at the heart of what they do. We have enjoyed working with them and excited to have people visit their newly launched website to learn more about their important work.

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