Help fund protection for orphaned Chimpanzees - AUD $100

Taronga Conservation Society Australia

Help fund protection for orphaned Chimpanzees

Chimpanzees face an uncertain future in the wild because their forest homes are destroyed by logging, mining, and farming. They are also killed to be eaten in the horrific illegal bush meat trade, often leaving chimpanzee babies orphaned and traumatized, left to be sold on the black market as pets.

 

Taronga Conservation Society Australia is a proud partner of the Jane Goodall Institute, which operates the Tchimpounga Chimpanzee Sanctuary in the Congo, helping to rehabilitate orphaned chimpanzees that have been rescued from poachers, and the illegal pet trade.

 

Your support will help fund necessary medical supplies, food, maintenance & expert staff to care for the more than 150 Chimpanzees that live there.