Founded by renowned primatologist Jane Goodall, the Jane Goodall Institute is a global organisation that empowers people to make a difference for all living things.
the Jane Goodall Institute UK has moved office. Our new postal address is: Suite 2, M Shed, The Shipyard, Bath Road, Lymington, SO41 3YL. Tel: 01590 679573. All e-mail addresses remain the same.
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Signed Chimpanzee T-shirt
‘Be a Chimp, Save a Chimp’!
Chimpanzee t-shirt, signed by Dr Jane Goodall DBE, internationally renowned primatologist, conservationist and UN Messenger of Peace.
Size Small (38 inches) - we also have other sizes available on eBay (M, L, XL), so please take a look at our other listings!
Proceeds will go to the Jane Goodall Institute UK's support of chimpanzee orphans at the Tchimpounga Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Centre, in the Republic of the Congo.
Thank you for helping the Jane Goodall Institute help save the chimpanzees!
The starting bid is £30. The auction will close on the evening of Sunday 1st December.
Urgent need for insulators at Tchimpounga Sanctuary
With building on the islands project, Fences to Forests, being delayed due to lack of funds there is a desperate need to ensure the safety of everyone, chimps and workers alike at Tchimpounga Sanctuary. In order to do this we need to purchase insulators and lots of them. Each packet of 125 insulators covers 4 posts which make up the enclosures at Tchimpounga. There are 300 posts altogether so we need 75 bags of large insulators and 90 bags of 10 small insulators.
If you would like to make a donation please go to www.janegoodall.org.uk/donate and in the Order Comments section during Checkout please write ‘Donation for Insulators’.
Once we reach our target we will upload photos on to facebook and the JGI UK website showing the insulators in place at Tchimpounga sanctuary so you can see you have really made a difference. As always we are truly grateful for your support.
In the UK Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots groups work in hundreds of schools inspiring young people to take action for people, animals and the environment. We also raise awareness of the need for conservation, community development and about chimpanzees in Africa. Our projects in Africa are groundbreaking and globally renowned for effectively helping local people take charge of the conservation and development of their own communities, and also help the chimpanzees who they live alongside.
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