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Israeli Primate Sanctuary Foundation

Org #26084
Vetted since 2016 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
1996
year founded
$13,478
raised on GlobalGiving
3
years fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

The Israeli Primate Sanctuary Foundation ( IPSF) is a registered non-profit organization whose purpose is to save and rehabilitate monkeys in need. This includes monkeys who have been rescued/retired from research laboratories, those who have been illegally smuggled into the country and any other monkey at risk. The rehabilitation process is carried out in our Sanctuary, which was started in 1996. As of the beginning of 2014, the Sanctuary was home to over 300 monkeys, including long-tail macaque, capuchin, baboon, vervet, marmoset, colobus, etc. Additional populations (groups) and individual primates are continually referred. In 2014, the Sanctuary accepted a request from the Mini... read more

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
tamar fredman
tamar fredman
Deborah Dvir
Deborah Dvir
Team
Tamar Fredman
Organization Information
Israeli Primate Sanctuary
Kfar Daniel, 7312500
Israel
972-89-285-888

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #1454536425
Organization Information
Israeli Primate Sanctuary
Kfar Daniel, 7312500
Israel
972-89-285-888

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #1454536425

Project Reports

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Mar 22, 2019
Three recued vervets arriving at IPSF
We are preparing to receive three new vervet monkeys who will be rescued from Raffa zoo in Gaza by Four Paws International at the end of March.The three vervet monkeys, as well as...
Nov 26, 2018
The third enclosure is completed !
The third enclosure of our" Vervet Project" is completed and a group of eight rescued and rehabilitated vervet monkeys moved in. The excitement was great when Amal Amira and Yunes, who were rescued by...
Aug 27, 2018
Tammu and his friends move to their new enclosure
  Tammu and his friends have moved to their new enclosure! Tammu was found in a little cage on a roof of a house when the police were searching for drugs and weapons; Buba was confiscated from a...
 
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