25 for 25 Gift to the 52 chimpanzees

A microproject by Chimpanzee Sanctuary & Wildlife Conservation Trust
25 for 25 Gift to the 52 chimpanzees
25 for 25 Gift to the 52 chimpanzees
25 for 25 Gift to the 52 chimpanzees
25 for 25 Gift to the 52 chimpanzees

Project Report | Oct 26, 2023
Silver Jubilee of Ngamba Island

By Dorothy Basemera | Partnership Officer

We are excited to provide you with an update on the incredible impact your generosity has had on Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary through the 25for25 fundraising campaign.

First and foremost, we want to extend our heartfelt gratitude to you for being a vital part of this initiative. 

Accomplishments and way forward:

Increased funds for the endownment fund. Your contribution, along with those from others who share your dedication to our cause, has made a significant difference in the lives of the chimpanzees residing at Ngamba Island Sanctuary. We have so far been able to raise $35,000 towards the goal of $250,000 which is required to expand the endownment fund. The endownment fund being a back borne for the sustainability of Ngamba Island we will be able to achieve the following over a period of years. 

Infrastructual development: With your support, we will be able to enhance the sanctuary's infrastructure, ensuring that the chimpanzees have a safe and comfortable environment. This includes renovations to enclosures, improved medical facilities among others. 

Enhanced Veterinary Care: Your contributions will directly fund the critical veterinary care for our chimpanzee population. This includes regular health check-ups, medication, and emergency treatments when necessary.

Operations of the sanctuary: With your continued support the chimpanzee welfare at Ngamba will be maintained that is; being able to provide the 5 basic needs for the animals in this way they will be preserved for perpecurity. 


 Your generosity and commitment to the 25for25 fundraising campaign have been instrumental in bringing about positive changes for the chimpanzees on Ngamba Island.

Your support has not only improved their lives but has also contributed to the global effort to protect this endangered species.

Once again, thank you for your support, dedication, and passion for the well-being of Ngamba Island's chimpanzees. Together, we can make a lasting impact on their lives.

We will keep you updated on our progress and the impact of your contributions.

Connie eating fruits during one of the feedings
Connie eating fruits during one of the feedings
DBE Dr. Jane Goodall at the 25 years Gala Dinner
DBE Dr. Jane Goodall at the 25 years Gala Dinner


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Chimpanzee Sanctuary & Wildlife Conservation Trust

Location: Entebbe - Uganda
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @ngambaisland
Project Leader:
Joshua Rukundo
Entebbe , Uganda

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