Jane Needs Team Goodall!

Team Goodall is our troop of monthly donors – and we couldn’t advance Dr. Jane Goodall’s mission without them! For less than the cost of a streaming service, you can provide essential resources and equipment for orphaned chimpanzees, support the next generation of conservation leaders, and create a sustainable future for all. 

Monthly giving is the simplest way to make a long-term difference. Plus, it’s flexible and convenient. You can change your donation amount at any time, access paperless tax receipts, and switch credit cards easily with our donor portal.

Members of Team Goodall receive exclusive quarterly reports from our Tchimpounga chimpanzee sanctuary so you can see the difference you’re making.

Meet Jane

You might know Dr. Jane Goodall as the woman who first discovered chimpanzees using tools to eat termites. Since that discovery over 40 years ago, she has become a global conservation icon, protecting chimpanzees and other wildlife, advocating to end the brutal illegal wildlife trade, sounding the alarm about climate change, and working tirelessly for a more just and sustainable world.

Team Goodall helps the Jane Goodall Institute of Canada to urgently advance this work in both Canada and Africa.

Team Goodall: Your Gift In Action

Protecting Jane’s Legacy

140+ orphaned and injured chimpanzees have a second chance at life through Jane Goodall’s Tchimpounga Sanctuary. The sanctuary provides food, care, and social groups so the chimpanzees thrive can in a natural environment.

A Youth-Led Conservation Movement

Young leaders are inspired and equipped to be the change they want to see through Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots program. Over 12,000 young people are currently involved in environmental projects around the country, with over 45,000 community members directly affected.

Community-Centred Conservation

Communities living near sensitive habitats need to be protected, too. Our community-centred conservation programs are proven to make a meaningful difference for animals, people, and the environment.