As a new year begins, bringing with it both opportunities and challenges, we at the Jane Goodall Institute would like to thank you for your continued support.
Donors like you helped us accomplish so much last year … in 2015 we saw the anniversary of 55 years of research at Gombe National Park, the development of new systems to better monitor chimpanzee habitat, and the retirement of all research chimpanzees from the National Institutes of Health.
As the Jane Goodall Institute charges into the new year we’d love to have you right by our side, supporting a variety of crucial projects that will help us reach our 30 year goal: the protection of 85% of wild chimpanzees and their habitat
. And that is why we are inviting you to become a Partner in Conservation
Our Partners in Conservation commit to donating a small, set amount each month. For as little as $10 a month, these donations provide us with a steady source of support that we desperately need throughout the year. Whether it is emergency care for a chimpanzee caught in a snare trap, formula for a rescued chimpanzee infant, or boots for the ecoguards that keep the forests safe, our Partners in Conservation ensure that the Jane Goodall Institute is always able to continue our life-saving work without delay.
If you’d like to be a part of the Jane Goodall Institute’s work all year long, become a Partner in Conservation today.