The Chimpanzee Sanctuary Fund is dedicated to giving hundreds of chimpanzees still in laboratories the chance to reach sanctuary.
The days of holding, breeding, and using chimpanzees for invasive biomedical testing are finally over. Now you can help chimpanzees like Rosie get out of the lab. Rosie survived at least 15 liver biopsies, 99 blood draws, and infection with hepatitis C before she was retired to sanctuary in 2016 with the support of a grant from the Chimpanzee Sanctuary Fund.
Chimpanzees in Sanctuary
Click on the images to learn more about some of the chimpanzees we’ve helped retire to a permanent sanctuary. The images, illustrations, and medical summaries are based on the chimps’ lab records. After years in the lab, Opal, Elijah, Theo and Rosie have been given the chance to live out their lives with peace and dignity. Please donate now to ensure all chimps still held in labs have the same chance.