To support a chimpanzee means to provide your sponsored friend with the balanced food and the appropriate vet care he/she needs monthly. 

Since J.A.C.K. is located in a country constantly shaken by insecurity and political unrest, finding decent food and medication is a daily challenge!

This is the reason why fees to sponsor one chimpanzee at J.A.C.K. are of 15USD/month. Sponsorship covers a minimum period of 6 months/1 year and can be of course renewed ... 

Online sponsoring pack includes your Sponsorship  Certificate as well as the Biography and a recent picture of your new fiend. Also, regular updates of your sponsored chimpanzee are usually sent monthly via email.


Also, J.A.C.K. being a member of the PAN AFRICAN SANCTUARY ALLIANCE, sponsorship/donations can now take place in the USA via PASA's PAYPAL account and US donors get a tax deduction!

14  orphans  of  J.A.C.K.  are  waiting  to  be   loved  &  sponsored !

Read their stories, select a chimpanzee and join our Sponsors' Family!

Born around end 2009

Authorities found Ekolo in Kinshasa and thought he was a bonobo. He was sent to J.A.C.K. in November 2010 thanks to the kindness of Sanctuary Lola ya Bonobo


Born around 2005

Illegaly kept in a small parrot cage, Elia was fed on water and peanuts only. This means she didn't get the appropriate nutrient intake which stopped her mental and physical growth!


Born approx. early 2012

No-one dared buying her on the streets of the city which proves J.A.C.K. victory in stopping the trade of apes in Southern DR CONGO!


 Born prob. end 2008

Kimo belonged to a high ranking DRC official and was handed over to J.A.C.K. with severe neurological issues. He couldn't climb a tree as he had no strength in his hands.


Born in 2011

Luna was very young when she arrived : she was so small and weak she couldn't walk ! Also, when J.A.C.K. rescued her, she was ready to be flown as a pet to the US.


Born in 2009

Lynn was first seen on the camp of a mining company and her owner was going to kill her and eat her when J.A.C.K. arrived to rescue her.


Born end 2007

Seen on the streets of Lubumbashi, Maïka got taken by wildlife officials and brought to J.A.C.K. She had pneumonia and nearly died


 Born prob. in 2012

When he arrived, Mata was deeply traumatized and had severe skin issues (he had lost most of his hair!). It took him months to recover physically and mentally!


Born in 2008

Her first name was Kim and she had been bought by expatriates on a market next to her mother who was cut in pieces. Nalia arrived at J.A.C.K. together with Tommy


Born in 2007

When kept in a small village up North of the DRC, Pasa's name was UDONGO. He lived in a hut and was not allowed to go outside. Pasa was in a very poor condition when he arrived at J.A.C.K.


Born prob. in 2008

Rosie was rescued by the people of the Okapi Reserve of Epulu, North DRC. Flown to J.A.C.K. she shortly integrated a group of chimpanzees


Born in 2005

Tika had been bought by a DRC authority to start a breeding program. He was rescued as his owner understood he had done wrong in getting Tika from his forest.  


Born in 2007

Tommy arrived at J.A.C.K. with a severe bone infection and the injury was so bad we thought he wouldn't make it!


Born prob. in 2005

Wanza was kept in poor conditions before arriving at J.A.C.K. Alcoholic, he had mental and physical issues


Thank  YOU  for  THEM!


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