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Save Wildlife

Save Wildlife

Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre in the Malaysian Sabah District of North Borneo was founded in 1964, to rehabilitate orphan orangutans. The Sepilok Forest Reserve acts as a rehabilitation site for orphaned baby orangutans. These young orphaned orangutans are housed in the nurseries that provide medical care for them.

About the Charity

Campaigns We Are Supporting

It costs approximately £1500 to rehabilitate one orphan orangutan.   With £50,000 that would equate to us being able to help 33 orphan orangutans.

Game Raiser Goals

Rehabilitate 33 Baby Orangutan orphans

Raised to date:
£0/£50,000 (0%)

Forecast Campaign Target: £50,000

This week we raised an estimated: £0

Actual raised to date: £0

Estimated game play time needed: 500,000 hours