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How can you Help US? 

There are several ways you can support our conservation efforts and help protect Thailand 's wildlife. By taking one or more of the following simple actions, you can do your part to defend endangered species.

  • Do NOT purchase any wild animals, or purchase products derived from wild animals. Many animals are poached each year to be used for the pet trade or to make exotic merchandise. These activities are often illegal, and are always detrimental to the wild animal populations. For many species, humans are the worst predator.

  • Do NOT take photographs with illegal baby gibbons or any other wild animals in exchange for money. These animals are taken from the wild and exploited as tourist attractions. In the case of wild gibbons, the parents are killed in order to obtain the baby gibbon. The baby gibbon does not always survive the fall from the canopy once the mother is killed, so in most cases, many gibbons are killed to obtain just one baby. If these actions continue to be financially supported by tourists, gibbons will one day be extinct. To have a gibbon in captivity has been illegal since 1992, but it is still a large problem. If you see an illegal wildlife trade or illegal poachers, please inform the National Park, Wildlife and Plant Department or local police. Unfortunately, the WARF does not have the legal authority to confiscate these animals, but we would be more than happy to forward the information to those who do. If you have seen any of pet trade report us.


  • DO support efforts for rainforest conservation. In doing this, you are protecting crucial habitat for Thailand 's wildlife and endangered species. The main cause of most species' endangered status is deforestation. You should avoid purchasing products which are obtained from the rainforest through habitat destruction.


  • Become a volunteer! You can also donate your time by becoming a volunteer for one of the WARF projects. Our volunteers help with various tasks, including animal care and maintenance, educating tourists and the local community about our conservation efforts, and various administrative tasks when necessary. It is a great opportunity to become directly involved in the conservation of Thailand 's wildlife, and to gain knowledge regarding endangered species protection and wildlife care. We are always in need of volunteers to help achieve our goals and reach out to the international community on Thailand 's conservation issues. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact WARF Volunteer Department volunteer@warthai.org.


  • Make a donation. Another way to help is through a monetary donation. Our organization relies entirely on volunteers and private donations to maintain our projects and further our cause. We welcome any financial assistance, volunteers to assist with our work, and experienced professionals to advise us. 100% of donations we receive go directly to the animals in our care. It is the kind and generous donations from concerned people like you that enable WARF to carry out its work successfully.

    All donations to WARF are tax deductible.
    Aside from Thai citizens, many foreigners with a long-term commitment to Thailand through work, marriage or lifestyle can benefit from contributing to WARF.

    Dear US donors, we are glad to inform you that, with a help from our partner in US; from April 2017 your contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law from the IRS under section 501(c)(3). Please kindly make a donation via US donor's channel.

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  • Purchase merchandise/Adopt our animals. The WARF carries merchandise which is available for purchase. From the T-shirts to gibbon dolls, all proceeds are used to support our projects and care for our animals. If you are interested in purchasing any of our merchandise, please visit (our giftshop page). We also run an adoption program for some of our gibbons and macaques. In adopting an animal, you receive an adoption pack which contains information about our projects, as well as a photo of your chosen animal, and a brief description of how they came to be in our care. You receive a monthly newsletter containing updates from within the project, and an update on your chosen animal after 6 months. Included in the adoption price is a T-shirt or polo shirt of your choice. If you are interested in adopting one of our animals, please visit Adoption page.


  • Other help! We also welcome any other support that you or your organization can offer. Examples include assistance with medicines, medical equipment, materials for cages and enrichment or new cages. People, companies and universities are invited to help us with sponsorship of education material, our website and other work we may be doing that is not within our limited budget. Please feel free to contact us with your suggestions.


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