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Support Conservation Organizations

Help organizations working in Madagascar to protect lemurs and their habitat.

Find an organization that fits your interests. Narrow by type of lemur, type of conservation work, region of Madagascar, and more.

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Support Research Groups

Help research groups that study lemurs, their habitat, how lemurs are affected by climate change and habitat loss, and more.

Browse research groups and learn how they are furthering our knowledge of Madagascar’s biodiversity so that we can better protect it.

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Support Zoos

Help zoos throughout the world that support lemur conservation in Madagascar by raising awareness, breeding, and supporting research and conservation programs. 

Learn about the lemurs they house and the programs they support.

Support Zoos


Volunteer in Madagascar

Volunteer opportunities vary in length from two weeks to a full year, with volunteers working in education, conservation, reforestation, and more!

I want to volunteer! See blog posts on volunteering

Volunteer from home

Volunteers are needed for the Lemur Conservation Network itself, and for many of our member organizations. If you have skills in blogging, grantwriting, graphic design, social media, fundraising, or anything else, get in touch and let us know. We will find a good fit for you!

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More Ways to Help

Stay engaged and spread the word!

Visit us on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus, and share our posts with your network.

Tell your friends and family about the Lemur Conservation Network and the importance of lemur conservation.

Learn about lemurs, life as a scientist, and more on our blog!

Hold fundraising events

Run a benefit race, organize a fundraising event, or sell handmade items to benefit conservation!

Ask friends and family to donate to support lemur conservation for your next birthday or holiday!

See blog posts on fundraising

Travel to Madagascar

Tourism supports the local economy, and helps people recognize value in conservation.

There is no wrong way to visit Madagascar: on a tour or on your own, for a week or three months, luxury or on-the-cheap. Madagascar is full of beautiful landscapes, friendly people, and wildlife you will see nowhere else!

See blog posts on travel