“When you look back on your journey, your life, you can truly say, ‘I did make a difference’.” —Dr. Jane Goodall
One of the best ways to help JGI’s work is by signing up to become a monthly sustaining donor. For as little as $5 a month, your ongoing support will help ensure our reach goes even further. From protecting chimpanzees, empowering people living in communities in Africa, engaging with youth and stopping deforestation, your donation will go far in helping us realise our mission.
Keep up to date with what JGI NZ is doing. Have the opportunity to contribute to our decision making of and receive exclusive invitations to events. Participate, network, help animals, people, the environment and much more!
Connect with young people from all over the world through Dr. Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots programme. Get involved with friends, classmates and coworkers to do your part in making the world a better place. For 25 years Roots & Shoots groups have tackled projects in their local communities, focusing on the wellbeing of people, animals and the environment. And the best part: you will have fun while making a difference in the lives of others!
Do you have entrepreneurial spirit and want to make a difference? Then Team Jane is for you!
If you're interested and passionate about supporting Dr. Jane Goodall's work and the mission of the Jane Goodall Institute you can start your own fundraiser. Share with your peers why Dr. Jane’s mission is important to you. Make a presentation, host an event, or share the link to your own fundraising page on social media.
You can support JGI’s mission and protect the environment at the same time by participating in our electronics recycling programme. By collecting phones to be recycled, you will accomplish three major things:
- Unused devices will be recycled and not sit in a landfill.
- You will raise needed funds to help chimpanzees and other great apes in Africa.
- You will raise awareness about the mining of coltan (the mineral most commonly found in cell phone batteries) in the Congo Basin, an area where chimpanzee populations are most prevalent.
Take the pledge and sign your school, workplace or other community organisation up to become an electronic recycling partner.