Be a part of the Center for Biological Diversity's Endangered Species Condom project, and distribute free condoms featuring six endangered species threatened by unsustainable human population growth.
The Center distributes thousands of condoms every year as a part of our Population and Sustainability Program to spotlight the toll human population growth and overconsumption have on our planet. Sign up below to receive condoms and help educate people across the country about how endangered species — from Ozark hellbenders to monarch butterflies — are affected by our rapidly growing numbers.
Here's how it works:
The condoms are distributed for free through the Center's volunteer network nationwide and at specific times of the year — particularly around certain holidays and, of course, Earth Day.
Due to the high volume of requests, we're not able to send condoms to everyone who signs up. So the more you tell us about your ideas for cool events and opportunities to engage people in conversation about human population and endangered species, the easier it is for us to make sure the condoms are sent where they can have the greatest impact. Submissions are reviewed on the 1st of every month, so if your request is urgent, please let us know. Unfortunately we're unable to ship condoms anywhere outside of the United States.
Sign up now using the form below to join our volunteer distributor network. And note that holiday requests must be submitted by Dec. 8 for consideration.
Endangered Species Condoms art by Shawn DiCriscio and design by Lori Lieber.