1998 – 2018 Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary 20th Anniversary
In 1998, Dr. Jane Goodall and a small group of pioneering leaders rescued 13 chimpanzees and started the Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary.
Over the last two decades, we have grown to support 49 chimps orphaned by the illegal wildlife trade and are recognized as one of the leading primate sanctuaries in Africa.
Please join us in celebrating this journey of a million miles as we work to ensure the legacy of Ngamba for the next twenty years.
ANNOUNCING THE NGAMBA LEGACY FUND
In honor of this legacy we are launching a worldwide campaign to raise $1,000,000USD to support the long-term sustainability of the sanctuary. This is our most significant campaign in the sanctuary’s history but with your help we know we can reach our goal.
FOUNDING LEGACY PARTNER
We are looking for a few passionate partners to help us build the foundation of our Legacy Fund. A Founding Legacy Partner begins at the $50,000USD. Please CONTACT US to discuss.