Partners #1

Lelia Media is proud to be affiliated with wonderful and supportive organizations who, like us, are dedicated to facilitating human-community enrichment through improving animal welfare, wildlife and environmental conservation.


The Wild Media Foundation
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In an age dominated by visual media, creative imagery is a powerful communication tool that can promote a wider understanding and appreciation of the natural world – this is what defines The Wild Media Foundation. Who We Are: We’re a group of photographers and visual media specialists who have formed … Read More

Scotland – The Big Picture
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Scotland – The Big Picture is a project of Wild Media Scotland and the project entails producing inspiring media to amplify the case for the rewilding of Scotland. Rewilding has become a popular term for restoring the ecological integrity of both land and seascapes. It isn’t about turning the clock … Read More

Foundation For Community Inspiration
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Foundation for Community Inspiration is a 501(c)(3) non-profit based in Detroit, Michigan that serves by partnering with social initiatives and community leaders to provide content development, branding, and production. The focus of FCI is arts and humanities. Lelia Media is excited to begin working with FCI by co-producing and distributing animal … Read More

National Relief Network
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Goal #1 The National Relief Network (NRN) is an organization committed to bringing large numbers of volunteers to state and federally declared disaster areas for the purpose of helping families in their efforts to rebuild their homes, their communities, and their lives. We administrate volunteer relief programs for organizations such … Read More

The First International Conference on Human Behaviour Change for Animal Welfare:
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The First International Conference on Human Behaviour Change for Animal Welfare took place on 19-21st September 2016 in Dorking, Surrey, UK. This conference was the first of its kind in a field that is rapidly becoming recognized as a vital part of animal welfare work.Although this first conference has now … Read More

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