The total financial help that Rainfer receives annually from the government only covers the Center’s expenditure of a month and a half. Consequently, we depend completely on financial support received from donations from people, company donations, events and activities such as guided tours to the sanctuary (limited groups), organised conferences and primatological courses, educational visits for schools and colleges, and the merchandise we sell (t-shirts, posters, stuffed toys, etc.).
The necessity of finding constant funds is paramount. Providing care for these rescued primates and others that come from similar desperate situations and working towards the conservation of the species is very costly.
Due to the lack of help, Rainfer is at risk of closing down after 20 years of hard work. Therefore, we need urgent help to continue our work and guarantee these primates their home and all attention they need. Please, help our sanctuary.
A simple and effective way to help is by MAKING A DONATION. Any contribution given will be making a huge difference to the lives of these animals and ensuring a future for them.
or Paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org
It is possible to make a general donation, or contribute towards one of our ongoing CAMPAIGNS focused on improving the primate’s wellbeing.
BECOME A MEMBER. Cooperate with our project and receive a member certificate, annual news letters with the latest updates of the centre and free visits to the sanctuary. Susbribe by email at: email@example.com
The volunteers need to be in good physical condition in order to perform the necessary tasks, as well as being motivated, energetic and show a high level of responsibility.
Due to the physical and/or psychological traumas that some of the primates sadly have, it is essential that the volunteers demonstrate high emotional maturity and optimism.
It is expected that the volunteers demonstrate good team work skills, as well as the ability to carry out tasks individually. It is not necessary to have any prior experience or knowledge in the field of primatology. We do, however, expect the volunteers to commit fully to the agreed program.
The volunteer programs allow people to learn about the problems these animals face, as well as helping out in the rehabilitation and conservation of over of 25 different species of primates (approximately 135 primates in total).
There are different types of programs available, varying from a week to six months with the possibility of accommodation at the sanctuary.
For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org