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Friends of Inti Wara Yassi

Org #56969
Vetted since 2019
2008
year founded
$117,792
raised on GlobalGiving
2
years fundraising
1
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Our mission is to provide the best quality of life possible to wildlife rescued from illegal trading, and to diminish animal trafficking through educational programs and public action, in partnership with the authorities and other organizations. Through this work we aim to inspire mankind to uphold values that promote conservation and the recuperation of biodiversity. Our vision is a world in which wildlife lives freely in its natural habitat; free from the dangers of indiscriminate hunting, senseless capture and the destruction of their ecosystem. Our main objectives are: To defend the environment and conserve biodiversity. To rescue and rehabilitate wild fauna that has fallen victi... read more

Project Leaders
Jenny Boyd
Jenny Boyd
Team
Jenny Boyd
Organization Information
PO Box 5403
Brighton, BN50 8GW
United Kingdom
+505 5824-7162
Organization Information
PO Box 5403
Brighton, BN50 8GW
United Kingdom
+505 5824-7162

Project Reports

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Jul 6, 2021
CIWY Plans a Big Move
Dear Supporters, What a year it has been for CIWY, and it's only July! You may have heard our big news, that CIWY will be leaving Machia Sanctuary, which sits on government-owned land, and operating...
Mar 3, 2021
FIWY Annual Report 2020
Dear Supporters, Thank you for standing by Bolivia’s rescued wildlife through CIWY’s ups and downs. Many of you give monthly donations, and that support has been crucially helpful in...
Jan 4, 2021
Thank you for protecting CIWY from fires in 2020
Happy New Year! We want to thank everyone who supported CIWY last year through a frightening fire season. Fires spread alarmingly close to the sanctuaries, and even burned through a large section of...
 
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