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When you purchase an Orangutan Alliance Certified Product, you are buying products with No Palm Oil and support products created with care. Through our Alliance Partners, profits from the Certification Program go towards grassroots projects that support conservation, reforestation and awareness programs in areas affected by non sustainable palm oil production.

What can you do? As a consumer, you can CHOOSE WITH YOUR BUY and purchase products certified with our NO PALM OIL SEAL. But you can also do the following:


Volunteer with our partners to help them on their grassroots projects.


Spread the word about our Certification Program, products that have been certified with the NO PALM OIL SEAL and the many good works our Alliance Partners do.


Voice your opinion to your local member or sign a petition on this issue.


Donate to a project or adopt an Orangutan.

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Borneo Orangutan Survival (BOS) Australia is a not for profit organisation and is working to save the orangutan by rescuing and rehabilitating them, with an ultimate goal of releasing them back to the forest where they will be safe from human development, poaching and farming.

As a mostly volunteer run organisation raising funds for orangutans since 2001, BOSA is entirely reliant on the support of the public. Your support helps to:  

- Rescue, rehabilitate and release orangutans
- Provide public awareness and educational programs
- Protect existing rainforest habitat
- Support and educate the people who depend on forests
   to earn their living




Orangutan Foundation International Australia’s (OFIA) mission is
to support and continue the orangutan and forest conservation efforts initiated by Dr. Biruté Mary Galdikas in Kalimantan, Borneo. Dr Galdikas, who is Patron and a Board Member of OFIA, is an internationally renowned environmentalist, anthropologist and orangutan expert.

OFIA has two core campaigns; caring for orphaned and displaced
orangutans at the OFI Care Centre & Quarantine in Pasir Panjang Village, Central Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo; and, securing habitat for their future release.

OFI currently care for 330+ orangutans at their Care Centre. These orangutans have been orphaned due to the destruction of their habitat for palm oil plantations, illegal logging, & mining. 

Without the OFI Care Centre, these beautiful, gentle apes would be homeless and more than likely dead. The Care Centre is a half-way house for orangutans, providing them with food, shelter and love along with the skills they will need when they are old enough to be released back into the wild.

However, for that eventual release to be successful, land needs to be secured to ensure they have a safe place to live.

Through The Orangutan Legacy Forest project, OFI aims to purchase, protect and replant forest habitat in Borneo that is vital to the orangutan’s survival - land which is protected from poachers, palm oil plantations, illegal loggers and miners, creating a large, protected and interconnected orangutan habitat ‘sanctuary’, keeping wild orangutans safe and creating this much needed sanctuary for the release of rehabilitated orangutans from the Care Centre. With so little protected forest remaining, and with many national parks off limits to
ex-captive animals, this initiative offers a real and tangible future for those animals once they are ready to return to the wild.

For the orangutans currently being cared for by OFI, the Orangutan Legacy Forest truly is ‘the promised land.’ Each month more orangutans arrive at the Care Centre where they enter OFI’s rehabilitation program.

For more information about Orangutan Foundation International Australia, or to donate, please visit our website.

Website: www.orangutanfoundation.org.au

Email: info@ofiaustralia.com

Phone: 07 5527 5226

Facebook: OrangutanFoundationInternationalAustralia

Instagram: ofi_australia

Twitter: twitter.com/DrBirute




The Orangutan Project was established in 1998 by founder and
world-renowned orangutan expert, Leif Cocks, as a result of his 25+
year career working with orangutans. The Orangutan Project was formed with a key mission; to ensure that endangered wild orangutan species would be protected against extinction, and would continue to live in secure populations for generations to come.

Today, The Orangutan Project is a dynamic, fast-growing and successful not-for-profit organisation that supports a wide range of critical projects that address the holistic problem facing remaining fragmented orangutan populations.

The projects funded by The Orangutan Project not only include direct orangutan conservation, such as orangutan rescue, rehabilitation and release programs, but also forest habitat protection and regeneration, education, research and local community partnerships.

Tying funding into direct outcomes for the species has enabled The Orangutan Project to partner with the majority of orangutan conservation projects operating on the ground today in Borneo and Sumatra. 

This has greatly increased overall efficiency and transparency in saving the species as a whole, bringing together the key players and groups who are working tirelessly on the ground to ensure the species’ survival.

The long-term growth and sustainability of The Orangutan Project has been made possible only by the loyal support of our individual donors, many of whom have supported the organisation each year since inception.

Through the ongoing support of these donors The Orangutan Project has been able to achieve more for the species than any other orangutan conservation group.

The Orangutan Project
From Australia Phone: 1300 RED APE (1300 733 273)
Outside Australia Phone: +61 892 988 016
Mailing Address: The Orangutan Project

                                 PO Box 1414
                                 SOUTH PERTH WA 6951




The Orangutan Foundation is a UK registered charity working to conserve the threatened orangutan and its globally important habitat, the tropical forests of Borneo and Sumatra.

Since its foundation in 1990, the Orangutan Foundation has developed a diverse range of programmes. Key stakeholders who include local communities, grassroot NGO’s, local business and regional government are at the heart of the Foundation’s work. With their inclusion comes conservation success and sustainability.

Being the first organisation in the UK to raise awareness about the plight of the species, the Orangutan Foundation continues to actively engage the public, worldwide media, corporate and governmental organisations. The Orangutan Foundation plays an active part in international networks to promote the conservation of orangutans through the protection of their tropical forest habitat.

Our Mission: Saving orangutans by protecting their tropical forest habitat, working with local communities and promoting research and education.

Our Approach: Our approach goes beyond that of purely protecting orangutans. It recognizes that orangutans are essential to their habitat, which is unique in its rich biodiversity and is crucial for local communities, who are as dependent on the forest as the orangutans.


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