As a supporter you have come to know the personal challenges Feature imagethat some of our residents face. You know that even with our expertise and love some of our residents still bear emotional and physical scars which make them unable to live on one of our islands in a large social group. Instead, they require additional care in a separate setting – our Special Needs Facility.


Recently, we’ve been able to update and expand our Special Needs Facility, including the addition of outdoor space and the creation of six new Special Needs Play Yards!


But our care of our Special Needs residents does not stop with the building of the new space. They need ongoing specialized care to overcome their past suffering… and enjoy a well-deserved retirement.


Because this work is so costly, we are turning to you to help us raise $50,000 so we can add enrichments to the new space and provide ongoing medical care and specialized treatment.


That is why, I’m asking you to make a donation in support of our Special Needs residents – and everything we do to provide the very highest quality care to all our beloved chimpanzees.


By making this gift, you will help vulnerable chimps realize the comfort they deserve.


Won’t you please donate now to help them?


On their behalf – and on behalf of each of our amazing chimpanzees – I thank you for your outstanding dedication and for your consideration of this critically important request!

Pictured here is Nigida, one of the first residents to enjoy the Special Needs Facility filled with bright sunshine, grass and play yards, and places to run, climb, jump and forage.

Today, please donate to help care for our Special Needs chimps and to make everything we do possible.

With warm regards,

Molly Polidoroff Molly Polidoroff
Executive Director

P.S. Please help us reach our $50,000 goal for our special needs chimpanzees. And thank you for helping us fulfill our mission to provide lifelong care to more than 250 chimpanzees.


Thank you for being a part of our chimp family and making our work possible. The more than 250 chimpanzees at Save the Chimps are enjoying a peaceful and dignified retirement because of YOU.