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WFFT is proud to be sponsored by the following organisations and companies:

IPPL (International Primate Protection League)
The American based organization that helps primates all over the world. Sponsors of one of our large gibbon islands and some of our large open structure enclosures for gibbons and macaques.

Free the Bears Fund Inc.
An Australian based organization that has helped us help bears. Free the bears has adopted 10 of our bears and financed a huge enclosure for these bears.

Care for the Wild International
British based organization helping wildlife worldwide (former sponsors of our mobile clinic, sponsor of our Loris rescue center and Big cat complex).

Fondation 30 Millions D’Amis
Supports the work of our Wildlife Rescue Team.

Animal Aid Abroad
Animal Aid Abroad Australia and U.S. helping us to enrich the lives of elephants.

Stichting Save the Moonbears (Ciska de Hilster)
Supports the improvement of the lives of some of our rescued Asiatic Black Bears.

Siam City Cement Public Company
Thailand’s high quality cement producers that care for the conservation of wildlife (generous donation of cement for the bear rehabilitation project and hospital)

Wildlife Friends International
Wildlife Friends International working from Europe to help conservation of Asian wildlife.

Wildlife Volunteer
Our volunteers have been consistent sponsors of our developments. Find here how to volunteer with wildlife projects in Thailand.

Members

Species Survival Network (SSN)
International network of organizations involved in wildlife conservation

WARN ASIA
The Wild Animal Rescue Network of Asia (network of rescue centers)

Other Sites of Interest

Animal Planet
Find here when you can see our center on their channel in your country

Gibbon pages (Prof. Thomas Geissmann)
A website full of useful information about gibbons

Endangered Primate Rescue Center – Vietnam
Follow the work of Mr Tilo Nadler and his team

Animals in Distress Sanctuary
Strays, abandoned, neglected, injured, sick or old animals and unwanted pets in Manchester UK

National Geographic Channel
The Worldwide TV channel that visited our center several times…

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