Take Action for Our Planet All Year Long.
Join Team Goodall.
Are you curious about monthly giving but not sure how it helps compared to a one-time gift? It might feel like a big commitment at first but the truth is monthly giving is the simplest way to make a long-term difference.
Reasons to join Team Goodall:
• Your support makes a difference where the need is greatest all year long. Monthly gifts go towards a range of long-term solutions that protect nature. That means you will help rescued chimpanzees at Tchimpounga, empower young people to steward the environment through Roots & Shoots, and support community-centred conservation programs in Africa.
• Monthly giving is affordable. Choose an amount that suits your budget. For less than your monthly streaming subscription, you can help protect nature.
• Joining team Goodall is flexible, easy, convenient and helps Mother Earth. Start donating whenever you want, change your donation amount at any time, access your paperless tax receipts and switch credit cards with ease with our NEW donor portal.
The impact of monthly giving
From fear to forever family: Tina’s story
Tina was rescued by JGI staff from the back of a pickup truck where she had been alone for weeks. She was covered in lice, had internal parasites, and was wary of human contact. With support from her caregiver, Tina is now safe and thriving at JGI's Tchimpounga Sanctuary. Discover her journey from a fear to forever family.
Building Community Resilience to Climate Change by Empowering Women
When the health of animals and the environment suffer, we as humans feel these impacts. Find out how JGI Canada's new program in Senegal is building local resilience to climate change by working with rural communities to adopt climate-smart agriculture, protect important chimp habitat, and support female small-holder farmers.
Restoring the Grand River Watershed
40 eager students in grades 5 and 8 were taken on a tour of the Laurel Creek Nature Centre, part of southern Ontario’s ecologically fragile Carolinian zone and the Grand River Watershed. Joined by a team from Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada, everyone pitched in to plant trees, replenish the soil and wildflowers in the pollinator garden, and remove invasive buckthorn plants.