Donate Today

Your donation helps provide care for the nearly 240 chimpanzees with:

  • three daily meals of fresh fruits and vegetables
  • first-rate medical care
  • enrichment activities that encourage natural behaviors

Donated funds:

  • help maintain the 12 three-acre island homes
  • allow chimps space and freedom to wander to their hearts content

Ways to Give:
ADOPT | DONATE | SHOP

Exciting Earth Day Challenge

We have an exciting Earth Day Challenge for you and your family! Below are some chimp coloring pages — for each colored chimp drawing submitted to our social media pages, our Board of Directors will contribute $5.00 towards our Board Challenge Match. So you too can give — just by helping us celebrate our love of chimps in honor of Earth Day!

To submit your coloring page, scan or take a photo of it and post it to your Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram page! Be sure to tag us with @SaveTheChimps and set your post to “public” to make sure we can see it.

Your art will help us reach our goal of raising $210,000 by May 15th. Our Board of Directors have pledged $210,000 in a Board Match Challenge — our largest to date! And believe me those funds are urgently needed.Your gift will enable us to take every precaution and provide excellent care in this challenging time.

In fact, today your gift will be matched dollar for dollar to make double the difference for the chimpanzees in our care.

  • $15 will be doubled to be worth $30
  • $30 will be doubled to be worth $60
  • If you can donate an extra generous $100 it will be matched and doubled to $200
  • Any amount you give today can be doubled, for twice the support at a critical time.
  • And, if you can’t give now, we understand, it’s a difficult time for so many, but you can still participate by signing a pledge for World Chimpanzee Day(we won’t collect any gift information until July 14).

Help us continue to protect our chimpanzee residents by giving today. Only gifts and pledges made by May 15th will be matched, you can make a real difference in the lives of our residents, won’t you please give now?