Last week, through our Wildlife Emergency Funds (WEF), we sent support to Indonesian-based organization The Alliance of Integrated Forest Conservation (ALeRT) to assist them with fires threatening forest habitats and the lives of their rangers. Our funding has provided fire-safety equipment for firefighters, increased the team to provide intense habitat protection, and to purchase supplies to provide drinkable water for wildlife. It’s thanks to our guests and volunteers that we are able to help fund this project, and several others each year.
Through your support, our Wildlife Emergency Fund is able to help wildlife throughout the world. This fund was recently able to help a nonprofit address a dire threat to the wildlife it serves.
Through your support, our Wildlife Emergency Fund is able to help wildlife throughout the world. This fund was recently able to help two nonprofits address dire threats to the wildlife they serve.
Through Brevard Zoo’s Wildlife Emergency Fund, we were able to support two nonprofits working to help two bird species in urgent need.
Through our Wildlife Emergency Fund, we were able to send $4,000 to help primates affected by wildlife trafficking in Africa.
Last year, we sent funding to help bonobos in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and the organization we donated to recently updated us on all of the great work they’re doing!
In the midst of the bushfires devastating Australia, we’re sending funding to five organizations that are responding to the crisis.
By purchasing our collectible animal buttons, you helped chimpanzee baby Tiki receive surgery for his fractured femur.