Friends of the Sanctuary program
Did you know?
You can help champion the cause of the chimpanzees by becoming a ‘Friend of the Sanctuary’
It is a chance for you not only help us ensure the long-term care of the chimps at Ngamba but also to support our conservation initiatives in the wild. The more active and involved the friendship, the more we can raise awareness about the plight of the chimpanzees and the environment. As a Friend of the Sanctuary, you will be recognized in our monthly bulletin newsletter, annual reports, and website and on our ‘Friends of the Sanctuary’ wall at Ngamba Island.
It is because of the continued generosity of donors like you that we are able to maintain the sanctuary as well as work on critical environmental conservation and community action programs to save chimpanzees in the wild. Detailed below are the different donor levels and we encourage you to contact us with any questions or to customize your friendship level.
If you are a U.S.-based donor and need a tax-deductible letter, you can donate through our U.S. non-profit partner, Friends of Chimps. Please note, they are a separate 501(c)(3) entity and as such maintain full control of donations received. Visit their website to learn more.
Friends of the Sanctuary Categories
|Friendship Category||Donation Level/Annual||Benefits|
|Chimp Kid||$20USD||A chimp book|
|Chimp Star||$50USD||Friendship certificate and 98.7% round neck t-shirt|
|Ngambassador||$100USD||Friendship certificate and Ngamba Island polo (collared) t-shirt|
|Chimp Family||$150USD||Friendship certificate and 5 by 28 cm plaque on donor board|
|Corporate Bronze||$250USD||A 20 by 35 cm plaque with logo on the donor wall, Friendship certificate, and website listing|
|Corporate Silver||$1,000USD||A 20 by 35 cm plaque with logo on the donor wall, Friendship certificate, promotional materials on the boat and at Ngamba Island and website listing|
|Corporate Gold||$2,500+ USD||A 20 by 35 cm plaque on the donor wall, branding at Ngamba Island, Friendship certificate, monthly newsletter, 1 trip to Ngamba Island for 12 staff members