Double your impact for Critically Endangered Grauer's gorillas with the help of Size of Wales
Your support could make a huge difference for Grauer's gorillas, which were recently reclassified as Critically Endangered by IUCN.
After years of conflict in the area, a recent survey showed a 77% decrease in population to just 3,800 individuals in the wild.
With your support we will be able to ensure the protection of community reserves in the Democratic Republic of Congo that are essential habitat for these magnificent animals and help bring them back from the brink.
Thanks to Size of Wales we have a unique opportunity. They are match funding every donation we receive up to £21,000 - doubling the impact of your donation.
This kind offer from Size of Wales is time-limited however - so we really do need your gift now if we are to be able to make the most of this opportunity. Every penny counts so please give whatever you are able to.
Please respond as soon as you can to help us take a stand for gorillas.
Chimanuka is a silverback - the dominant adult male in a family group that lives in the Kahuzi Biega National Park. There are seventeen gorillas in Chimanuka's family including 5 females and 11 infants. Your support could help make a vital difference to other gorilla families like Chimanuka's which are in the unprotected areas beyond the park.
Please make a gift today to help gorillas like Chimanuka - and double the impact or your support.
How your donation helps
£10 could pay for a first aid kit...
...to help a ranger injured in the field.
£180 could help pay for a full kit...
...essential for rangers in the jungle environment.
£250 could buy a GPS sensor...
...to help monitor gorilla locations more accurately.
Juvenile gorilla from the Chimanuka family. Credit: Alison Mollon
Here are just a few of the items we need:
£10 could pay for a first aid kit... ...to help a ranger injured in the field.
£180 could help pay for a full kit... ...essential for rangers in the jungle environment.
£250 could buy a GPS sensor... ...to help monitor gorilla locations more accurately.
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