Our Work – Appeals
Some orangutans, whether due to injury, inability to survive independently, or many other factors, cannot be released into the wild and so must remain in a controlled environment.
We want to place these orangutans on forested, sanctuary islands covered in natural vegetation that can accommodate several individuals, allowing them freedom from cages.
How donating to an appeal makes a real difference
Appeals focused on far-reaching change
View our releases of the year with a fascinating insight into all the hard work it takes to release orangutans. With incredible footage and imagery capturing the moment.
Wildlife Trade Pledge
Billions of animals fall victim to the illegal wildlife trade each year, and the time to bring this cruel industry to an end is NOW.
Plant a Tree for Orangutans
Every new tree you will plant provides a multitude of gifts for the orangutans and your donation will continue to give for years by providing a safe environment.
Palm Oil Pledge
Be part of the movement to save our forests and wildlife for future generations to come.
Our Post-Release Monitoring (PRM) team recently translocated Hanung, who the BOS Foundation released to the Kehje…
Reforesting Crucial Orangutan Habitat
Help us save orangutans from extinction by reforesting crucial orangutan habitat! An estimated 2,550 wild orangutans live under the threat of illegal logging and forest fires, both of which still occur to this day.
Adopt an orangutan
Save our critically endangered red cousins from extinction while benefitting from amazing packages, updates, discounts and more!
Support our life saving work
Through our global partnerships we are changing the downward trajectory for Bornean orangutans and their depleting rainforests.
Environmental Conservationist & Creative Director
It really goes to show if everyone makes a small effort they can make a huge difference.
Astronaut & Earth Ambassador
As we know from exploring space, a small step for one person can be a giant leap for all. We can make a huge difference for orangutans and their rainforest homes.