Charitable Donation Mission Statement

Axolotl Arms believes in charitable giving and we support multiple charities that focus on axolotl and other wildlife and environmental conservation, individual human rights, mental health, and safe and responsible gun ownership and training.

Axolotl Conservation Mission

One of our charitable missions at Axolotl Arms is to support the conservation of the axolotl and other wildlife and environmental conservation efforts. We believe that these three charities support our mission most effectively with our donations going to these reputable and highly rated charities:


Amphibian Ark

Amphibian Ark directly supports the conservation of amphibians (to include axolotls!) around the world.

Amphibian Ark – Saving endangered amphibians from extinction

Wildlife Conservation Network

The Wildlife Conservation Network provides grants to highly vetted organizations that help protect endangered or threatened species on an international scale. 

Wildlife Conservation Network – Be a Wildlife Hero (

Center For International Environmental Law

“Since 1989, CIEL has used the power of law to protect the environment, promote human rights, and ensure a just and sustainable society.”

Center for International Environmental Law | CIEL

Mental Health Mission

As Axolotl Arms, being a company that lawfully sells firearms to the general public, we feel a duty to help financially support charities and research that directly counters the negative side effects of firearms from the profits and revenue of our business. We wish to help fund these charities and researches with the goal of preventing and treating mental illnesses that may directly lead to death, injury, and suicide by firearms ultimately reducing the negative side effects of firearms and saving lives.

The Brain & Behavior Research Foundation 

“The Brain & Behavior Research Foundation is committed to alleviating the suffering caused by mental illness by awarding grants that will lead to advances and breakthroughs in scientific research.”

-The Brain & Behavior Research Foundation