Area of Greatest Needs:
We rely on the support of dedicated donors to help fund the critical wildlife conservation work done by your Toronto Zoo to save wildlife and wild spaces at home and abroad.
Conservation in Action:
Support your Toronto Zoo's Species Recovery, Conservation Breeding and Reintroduction Programs. These programs put more endangered species, like the black-footed ferret and the Blanding's turtle, back into the wild each year. As necessary as they are, these programs are funded almost entirely by donations and grants.
The well-being of the animals at your Toronto Zoo is a top priority, and this vital fund helps ensure that when your Toronto Zoo needs to update, change, modify or expand an animal’s habitat, they have the necessary funds to do so.
Room to Grow:
Your gift in support of our Room to Grow fund will help your Toronto Zoo prepare for any new arrivals! The well-being of the animals at your Toronto Zoo is a top priority, and habitat retrofits and new equipment can sometimes be necessary to accommodate a growing animal family.
Wildling Endangered Species Preservation Fund:
Established to help offsite conservation projects in the wild, this fund will further your Toronto Zoo’s conservation impact by supporting in-situ conservation efforts.
Currently, through this fund, we are proud to be partnering with:
- Ape Action Africa (AAA)
- Gorilla Saving Animals from Extinction (SAFE)
- Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme (SOCP)