Join the Fossey Fund Legacy Society
Including the Fossey Fund in your will, giving a gift of life insurance or making any other planned gift, enables the Fossey Fund to plan for innovative future programs and weather the unexpected difficulties inherent in gorilla conservation. Making a planned gift will include you in the Dian Fossey Legacy Society.
To alert us about your planned gift or to ask questions, call 1 (800) 851-0203 or email our Chief Advancement Officer, Anna Hutto. We recommend that you consult your attorney or tax advisor about how tax benefits may apply to your specific situation. Our EIN # is 52-1118866.
Raise Money for Us
You can easily set up a fundraising page with us and then begin inviting your friends and family to support the Fossey Fund. This is a fun and simple way to welcome new friends to gorilla conservation.
Ideas include setting up a fundraising page in lieu of birthday presents; setting up a challenge for reaching a personal goal; focusing on a mission, such as raising $1,500 to support a tracker team in Congo; and even a student-led classroom drive to fund a gorilla adoption.
Make a gift of stock or a wire transfer
By transferring appreciated stock or securities, you may be eligible for a tax deduction equal to full fair market value of the stock, avoiding the capital gains tax on the stock’s increased value. For stock or wire gifts, contact: 1 (800) 851-0203 or e-mail our Chief Advancement Officer, Anna Hutto, for more information at email@example.com.
Partners have created products that provide vital support for on-the-ground field conservation and gorilla protection programs. By purchasing one of their products via the links below, you can help raise funds for our mission while getting great items.
Become a Partner
Please help us to protect the gorillas by donating or raising money to become a Fossey Fund Partner. Partner businesses donate a minimum of $1,000 annually to make sure that gorillas have protection from the major threats to their survival, including poaching, human disease and habitat destruction.