Orangutan Outreach Inc
Rating: 4.39 stars 18 18 reviews
419 Lafayette Street New York NY 10021 USA
To raise and promote public awareness of, and participate in, conservation strategies for orangutans through grassroots compaigns, community involvement and global communication.
To raise and promote public awareness of, and participation in, conservation strategies for orangutans through grassroots campaigns, community involvement and global communication.
to raise and promote public awareness of, and participation in, conservation strategies for orangutans through grassroots campaigns, community involvement and global communication.
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Orangutan Outreach has an outstanding site, redapes.org This site is updated daily with recent articles on orangutans and palm oil from around the world. The M.O.M - Missing orangutan mothers campaign was in local zoos, providing information about deforestation and the diminishing habitat in Indonesia. The organization is playing a major role in connecting zoos who are trying to make a difference in getting the word out about how palm oil is the cause of deforestation in Indonesia. Orangutan Outreach created the first kids group Forest School 101 so kids can be involved in helping these beloved creatures.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
It's still small but has accomplished so much in it's couple years of life. The founder Richard Zimmerman is totally and completely dedicated to the cause. He is an amazing resource to find out what's going on "on the ground' in Indonesia. They are the
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Give money to Nyaru Menteng rehabilitation center & Samboja Lestari to continue to feed and protect the 650 orphaned orangutans. Create a save the orangutan campaign for the USA. Fund Dr. Willie Smits to help him continue his work in the forest.
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About every month
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