Every 15 minutes, an elephant is illegally slaughtered for its ivory. Every day.
When founder Angelina Lue was 13-years-old in the fall of 2016, she learned about the elephant poaching crisis after watching the documentary The Ivory Game. So, she decided to combine her passion for fashion with her drive to save the elephants to create Ivory Tees. We donate 100% of our profits to adopting baby elephant orphans in Africa through the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. We believe adopting elephants is crucial to preserving the next generation of elephants. Thanks to people like you who have supported our efforts, we have been able to adopt 16 baby elephants who were victims of poaching, human-wildlife conflict, drought, and other issues. Join us in our fight to save the elephants!
So far, we've fostered 16 elephant orphans through the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Help us foster our 17th!
Angelina is 18-years-old and is a student at UCLA. Her favorite aspect of Ivory Tees, besides fostering elephants, is designing the shirts and hoodies and exploring new places to do photoshoots with friends.
Natalie is a world-class photographer and photo editor who has been taking and editing photos for Ivory Tees for two years.
Photos on site are taken by Angelina Lue, Natalie Grey, or licensed under Creative Commons.