We give many thanks to the people and organisations, partners and sponsors, for their generous support without which many more monkeys and trees would not have been saved. Join us in saying thank you by patronizing their business whenever possible.
Within Safarilink's corporate responsibility efforts, they generously donate two dollars for each passenger that flies its airline into or out of the Diani/Ukunda airstrip. This contribution allows us to plan our projects in advance and to further develop our infrastructure needs.
The International Primate Protection League has worked tirelessly in the conservation and protection of all primates since 1973. IPPL has provided support to Colobus Conservation for many years and we are proud to be listed as one of their Global Partners organisations.
Conservation is one of the cornerstones of the San Antonio Zoo’s mission. Having a group of captive colobus monkeys, they provide funding to Colobus Conservation to protect the species in the wild.
Columbus Zoo operates its own conservation program, donating money to outside programs as well as participating in their own conservation efforts. Over the past five years the zoo has contributed over $3.3 million to more than 70 projects in 30 countries.
Woodland Park Zoo saves animals and their habitats through conservation leadership and engaging experiences, inspiring people to learn, care and act.
The Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium is committed to conserving wildlife and wildlife habitats throughout the world and awards annual grants to help in this effort.
Through the Abilene Zoo Conservation Fund, financial support is provided to reputable organizations that perform a variety of conservation based activities, research and support.
Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo supports wildlife conservation inititives that conduct in-situ conservation and education programs with species housed in the zoo exhibits.