Cape Ardor Gives Back

We strive to reduce our footprint by purchasing carbon offset credits from our carrier and where (and when) possible we use recyclable materials to pack our shipments. You can give back too by donating your discount to one of these reputable causes.

As one of Africa’s oldest wildlife charities and a leading conservation organisation, the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (SWT) embraces all measures that complement the conservation, preservation and protection of wildlife including anti-poaching, safe guarding the natural environment, enhancing community awareness and providing veterinary assistance to animals in need. By protecting keystone species, they ensure a plethora of other animals and ecosystems continue to survive and, more importantly, thrive.


The recent 14 week ban on the sale of alcohol has had a devastating impact on the South African hospitality, tourism, and wine and beer industries with thousands of jobs lost and businesses threatened. Although the ban has been lifted, the industries remain under very strict regulations and the communities that have been affected are in a hunger crisis. Cape Ardor, has partnered with Capreo and Eat Out Restaurant Fund, to help raise money for its Restaurant Relief Fund. The fund aims to re-stabilize a severely impacted industry until March 2021 at least by providing financial support to restaurants so that they remain operational and can keep putting food on the table for the huge number of hungry families across South Africa that are suffering from this devastating impact. Cape Ardor will donate 10% of all wine sales, through the link below.


The main emphasis of the Pebbles Project is education. We enrich the lives of disadvantaged children and families in the agricultural communities of the Western Cape. We focus on the entire life of the child and the challenging circumstances in which they live in order to make a significant and lasting difference. Since our inception in 2004, we have impacted the lives of children and their families by providing support and intervention in five key areas: Education, Health, Nutrition, Community and Protection.