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These sponsors are who make this project possible and we will be greatful to them forever!
The Arcus Foundation is a leading global foundation advancing pressing social justice and conservation issues. Specifically, Arcus works to advance LGBT equality, as well as to conserve and protect the great apes. The Arcus Foundation has awarded CRPL many grants over the years to support us mostly in construction.
Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund. The DWCF makes annual conservation grants, and it manages a rapid response fund. It also makes awards to grassroots conservationists for outstanding work to protect wildlife and habitats, and to educate communities.
The Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) is a global wildlife and environment conservation organization headquartered in Vienna, Virginia. JGI works to protect chimpanzees and other primates by supporting sanctuaries, law enforcement efforts to reduce illegal trafficking and public education to protect endangered species in the wild.
JGI is a genourus supporter of CRPL both technical and ecomical, they have been with us since the begining of the project.
Colchester Zoo is a zoological garden situated in Colchester, England.
Colchester Zoo is supported by Action for the Wild, which assists conservation projects worldwide through both financial and technical assistance.
CRPL has been assisted by Action for the Wild in several times covering some of the alimentation and veterinary cost.
Brigitte Bardot Foundation works for the protetion of the wild and domestique animals in more than 60 different countries. Brigitte Bardot has been a generous supporter of our work since many years, helping us to feed our orphans and covering some of the veterinary expenses.
The World Parrot Trust (WPT) has brought together global wildlife conservation and welfare specialists to direct and put into action effective programs to protect parrots. WPT moves quickly to address urgent threats facing parrots, and brings about meaningful, long-term change for parrots using multiple approaches with in-country organisations.
Founded in 1986 by import/export specialist John Harrison of Vancouver, British Columbia, Ecotrend Ecologics has grown steadily from a one-person operation to its current complement of over 50 dedicated professionals. Today, Ecotrend Ecologics is a respected international distributor representing high quality products and servicing both retail health stores and alternative healthcare practitioners.
Omogolo Wildlife Trust is a non-profit organization, registered in the Netherlands.
They support projects that contribute to Wildlife Conservation and Animal Welfare.
The projects are located in various parts of the world.
Established African tour operator offering safaris, hikes, small group tours and tailor-made private trips. Comprimised with conservation they help several projects.
We want to thank also the sponsors who have helped us in the past and thank for who we are and what we are!
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