Why give now
Regardless of circumstances, our team strives to build a better world – protecting critical wildlife, their ecosystems, and the communities that depend on them. In the past, much of our financial foundation has come with the community of people that travel to Sal, visit us, and contribute to our project every year.
With the spread of COVID-19, we lost much of that foundational support - over 25% of our annual budget and 40% of our projected funding - funding that that supports essential equipment, logistics, and staff capacity.
Your donation can help rebuild that foundation.
What it means to be part of our sustaining donor family
When you become a monthly donor, you join a special part of our community - a group of individuals committed to supporting the conservation of some of the world's most endangered species - and inspiring local communities to do the same.
As we look ahead towards 2021 – we're aiming to rebuild our financial foundation so that our impact can spread even further and wider than ever before. You can help us fuel that impact by becoming a sustaining donor. By committing to a monthly donation, you’ll help close the gap left by a year of uncertainty and secure a future for our programmes and the people and wildlife they support.
Your monthly gift
If you choose to classify your monthly donation, you'll have the opportunity to receive exclusive updates on the programme you're supporting. Regardless of what donation you choose to make, you can be sure that every penny of your donation is spent directly on our conservation and community programmes and ensuring their success.
Thank you so much for your support!
We can't wait to share our conservation successes with you.
All the international donation done via PayPal are administrated by Fundación Inceptum, a Spanish based foundation. Fundación Inceptum provides Associação Projeto Biodiversidade with a legal frame to operate international donations via on-line platforms for fund transfers. Fundación Inceptum does not keep fees from the donations, and all the money goes into Project Biodiversity.