On a Uganda safari, one can complete it with chimpanzee viewing on the Island of Lake Victoria.
Uganda’s Chimpanzee Sanctuary Ngamba Island is home to 48 rescued chimpanzees and is currently being devastated by record storms and flooding. This internationally-recognized sanctuary is in urgent need of $15,000 in emergency repair funds.
The emergency fund is needed to maintain sanctuary operations, keep staff sleeping quarters above water, protect the fence line and rebuild the dock area where food, supplies and staff arrive at the island. The storms have separated the dock landing from shore by at least a meter already!
The Sanctuary actually needs $20,000, but the great news is that we’ve secured a pledge for the first $5,000 so we’re only asking you to help us raise an additional $15,000. Please donate now.
The money from this campaign will help both people and chimps stay safe and protected during this unprecedented El Niño year.
Friends of CSWCT will transfer 100% of net proceeds from this campaign directly to the Sanctuary.
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