Donate to protect the rainforest
We partner with courageous forest defenders around the world to preserve rainforests and their biodiversity, address the climate crisis and strengthen human rights. Your donation is vital to our fight to preserve and protect tropical forests.
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With your donation, you enable the work of front-line rainforest defenders – most of whom are Indigenous people or members of local communities – who courageously stand up for nature. Our work to protect endangered wildlife has a positive impact on entire rainforest ecosystems and their breathtaking biodiversity. Preserving the rainforest is also active climate protection.
The web of life is so tightly woven in the rainforests that documenting new species is an everyday occurrence for researchers.
Protecting wildlife and its habitat
Our work protects iconic rainforest wildlife like gorillas in the Congo Basin, orangutans in Indonesia and jaguars in Brazil, as well as countless others.
Supporting rainforest defenders
Rainforests are in particularly good shape wherever Indigenous peoples live and local communities are committed to conservation.
Donate for a favorite region
Rainforests stretch along the equator like a green belt around the planet. On each continent, the forests have their own unique flavor: Three of the four great ape species live in Africa, while orangutans are only found in Southeast Asia. In Latin America, the sheer vastness of Amazonia – home to more than 500 Indigenous peoples – is truly awe-inspiring.
Defending rainforests in Southeast Asia
The forests of Southeast Asia are the last refuge and habitat of orangutans, Sumatran tigers, birds of paradise and Komodo dragons.
Protecting Africa’s rich natural heritage
The Congo Basin is home to the second largest rainforest in the world, habitat of gorillas, chimpanzees and forest elephants. Our partners courageously defend these forests.
Preserving Latin America’s diversity
The Amazon region is home to the largest and best-known rainforest on the planet. It plays a crucial role in the Earth’s climate system.
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