Steve is a huge personal supporter of causes that aim to raise awareness and funds for endangered animal charities at home and abroad. As a lifelong animal lover, protecting species against poaching, inhuman acts and ultimate extinction is close to his heart. He would like to encourage his clients and fans to donate whenever possible to help raise awareness and make a difference to these hugely worthwhile causes. 


Ol Pejeta; Kenyan wildlife refuge, for decades has been on the forefront of conservation for wildlife and people.  They have made great strides providing a conservancy for black rhinos, white rhinos, chimpanzees, elephants, lions, cheetahs, and much more.  They have lead the fight to save the northern white rhino which is at the brink of extinction with only 2 females left in the world. Africa's great plains have been devastated for years by man's aggressive development and poaching.



Jada Jo, an artist, jeweler, and philanthropist, and Steve Adam have collaborated to create the "No Extinction" collection to give back to "Ol Pejeta Conservancy."

Jada Jo is donating 25% of their "No Extinction" sales to Ol Pejeta.  Your purchase can help save African animals and maintain the conservation for years to come.  


"No Extinction" Collection

For more information on Ol Pejeta and Jada Jo, please visit their websites; and



Steve was offered to participate in the Elephant Parade® in 2021 and immediately accepted. Elephant Parade® is an international social enterprise that showcases the world's largest art exhibition of painted and decorated elephant statues. Created by local artists, public figures, and celebrities, each Elephant Parade® statue is a unique work of art. Elephant Parade® exhibitions throughout the world attract, inspire, inform, encourage, and raise awareness for the endangered Asian elephant. With a habitat reduced by 95% and a population decline of 90%, the Asian elephant is a species in desperate need of our help. If we don't act now, the Asian elephant will become extinct. When elephant Mosha was onlv seven months old she was walking in the jungle with her mother, a logging elephant, where she stepped on a landmine. Elephant Parade® supported veterinary research and care, resulting in the first prosthetic leg for a baby elephant.


Each artist is asked to name their elephant, and Steve's, along with other Southern California artists', are on display at Dana Bay Gallery in Dana Point, CA.

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Steve Adam Gallery Donates to Animals Asia