DONATE TO NGAMBA ISLAND CHIMPANZEE SANCTUARY

Help Ngamba Island Care for Resident Chimpanzees and Defend Those Living in Their Natural Habitat.

Chimpanzees need you now more than ever. You can create a better tomorrow for chimps and their habitats in Uganda.

Your support of Ngamba Island and global conservation work will make a world of difference.

Founded in 1998, the Chimpanzee Trust (also known as Ngamba Island) has become a leading organization in the areas of chimpanzee-focused environmental conservation. It also provides excellent care for its resident rescued chimpanzees that can no longer survive in the wild. Additionally, it works toward increasing public awareness of broader conservation issues. Finally, the Trust engages with communities living alongside chimpanzee populations.

Your donation will ensure:

  • The high quality of care continues for the resident rescued chimpanzees living at the Ngamba Island Sanctuary who cannot be returned to the wild.
  • The long-term viability of the sanctuary;
  • The ability to intervene and assist individuals in the wild when necessary;
  • The conservation education of the Ugandan public with particular emphasis on chimpanzees continues; and,
  • The fostering of regional, national and international partnerships on chimpanzee conservation.

Donate to Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary


 

THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT ! 

Founded in 1998, the Chimpanzee Trust (also known as Ngamba Island) has become a leading organization in the areas of chimpanzee-focused environmental conservation. It also provides excellent care for its resident rescued chimpanzees that can no longer survive in the wild. Additionally, it works toward increasing public awareness of broader conservation issues. Finally, the Trust engages with communities living alongside chimpanzee populations.

Your donation will ensure:

  • The high quality of care continues for the resident rescued chimpanzees living at the Ngamba Island Sanctuary who cannot be returned to the wild.
  • The long-term viability of the sanctuary;
  • The ability to intervene and assist individuals in the wild when necessary;
  • The conservation education of the Ugandan public with particular emphasis on chimpanzees continues; and,
  • The fostering of regional, national and international partnerships on chimpanzee conservation.

 

THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT !