Jane Goodall Institute of Canada

Jane Goodall Institute of Canada

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Jane Goodall Institute of Canada

c/o University of Toronto Mailroom

563 Spadina Crescent

Toronto, Ontario M5S 2J7

JaneGoodall.ca

Mission and Goals

We support chimpanzee protection programs and community-centred conservation in Africa, and run Jane Goodall's Roots & Shoots - a global youth action program in Canada. The chimp pictured on our profile is Mambou, an orphaned chimpanzee who was extremely ill when he arrived at the Jane Goodall Institute’s Tchimpounga Sanctuary. His illness, Candida, often results in death, but thanks to the veterinary teams constant care Mambou is thriving today. The name Mambou means “trouble” in the local language and he is living up to his name, constantly getting into mischief.

How Your Contribution Helps

By choosing the Jane Goodall Institute as your charity you are helping protect important chimpanzee habitat, protecting the future of chimpanzees in the wild. Your contribution is also helping care for orphaned chimps like Wounda, giving orphaned chimpanzees shelter, food and a place to play when they can’t live in the wild anymore.

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