Happy World Chimpanzee Day!

July 14, 1960 is the day Dr. Jane Goodall first stepped foot in what is now Gombe Stream National Park to study wild chimpanzees. Dr. Goodall called attention to the remarkable chimpanzee and to this day, six decades later, advocates on their behalf. She is our hero and friend, inspiring love and compassion for chimpanzees across the world.

Did you know?

World Chimpanzee Day was created to empower communities everywhere to take action on behalf of chimpanzees to ensure a secure and hopeful future for this magnificent species. With 12 vibrant chimpanzee families on 150 acres in our care, Save the Chimps’ mission is to provide exemplary care to chimpanzees in need, and our vision is a world in which chimpanzees are free from exploitation and endangerment.

How are we celebrating World Chimpanzee Day? 

We are holding a special party for our dedicated staff and volunteers! We are thanking YOU are most loyal supporters. And most importantly, we are seeking to spread the word about the good work of Save the Chimps!

If you are not receiving our good news enewsletter, sign up here. You can also find us on all the social media channels at savethechimps.

Help us Reach our Goal: 1000 New Donors in 30 Days

Our Board of Directors has issued an aggressive challenge grant, they will double all donations made from July 14th-August 14th in our attempt to reach 1000 new donors in 30 days. It is an ambitious goal, but our resident chimpanzees deserve the best and we are confident their remarkable story of recovery will resonate with those who love and care about animals and the environment.  Please consider making a gift now in honor of  this challenge in celebration of World Chimpanzee Day.