ImToy Supporting South Africa's Endangered Wildlife Trust

LAS VEGAS—ImToy, a manufacturer based in Las Vegas and China, is supporting South Africa’s Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT), a nonprofit organization dedicated to conserving threatened species and ecosystems in southern Africa. 

“We want to distance ourselves from the environmentally damaging reputation that hangs over Chinese manufacturers and, instead, be pioneers in creating products for pleasure that give back too,” said Johnny Jiang, the Shenzhen-based CEO of ImToy. “This initiative is also especially pertinent given the rhino horn-poaching problem in the southern African region, which—unfortunately—frequently finds its way onto the Asian market. We’re all about getting your kicks—we’re in the business of providing bliss, after all—but never at the expense of another living creature.”

As a company, ImToy takes a strong stance against the illicit trade of animal products—“The only Rhino in your bedside drawer should be the naughty little number from our Zoo Collection,” the company said—and this year the manufacturer are taking a stand by donating a portion of its proceeds to the EWT. 

“We would like to take this opportunity to thank ImToy for their generous donation to the Endangered Wildlife Trust and commitment to continue supporting us during 2017,” said EWT’s Tammy Baker. 

ImToy was established in 2012 with a focus on designing intelligent sex toys and sexual health products to create awareness around intimate wellbeing, to stimulate, to entice and most certainly to turn people on. The No. 1 objective is to achieve the perfect balance between design, functionality and performance.

ImToy will donate $1 from each online sale of an item from the Zoo collection to the EWT.

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