For 30 years, the team at Tchimpounga has performed miracles, giving orphaned and abused chimpanzees a second chance at life. And it’s all because of donors like you who support the care, feeding, and medical supplies that Tchimpounga relies on each year to keep these animals healthy and happy.

Thanks to our incredible supporters at Sinking Ship Entertainment, who we’re currently partnered with on an exciting new Goodall inspired children’s series debuting next year, all gifts for World Chimpanzee Day will be matched one-to-one up to $50,000. That means your gift today, up until 11:59pm EST on July 14th, will have double the impact for chimpanzees at Tchimpounga and our efforts to save them through community-centred conservation around the world.

Your matched donation will help us:

  • Protect orphaned and abused chimpanzees from the illegal wildlife trade and other human impacts;
  • Empower youth leadership in conservation;
  • Support communities to deliver community-centred conservation initiatives in both Canada and Africa

Help Us Give Other Chimpanzees a Story Like Jeje’s

The Jane Goodall Institute of Canada does not endorse handling or close proximity to chimpanzees and other wild animals. This video features our professional caretakers at Tchimpounga, working in controlled circumstances to give chimpanzees a second chance at life. 

Video credit: JGI