WE NEED YOUR VOTE NOW!
We need YOUR vote to win a grant for €30,000 for vital work to restore lemur habitat.
With ‘Association Mitsinjo’ we are saving endemic lemur species from extinction by replanting Madagascar’s rain-forest. Planting wild-life corridors around the Andasibe National Park will provide endangered lemur populations with access to new territory. Using up to 60 different varieties of endemic tree we aim to plant 30,000 trees this year, working towards a goal of restoring 290 hectares of primary forest. By investing in environmental education and community livelihood activities we will help to protect the trees long-term.
We have been shortlisted to receive a €30,000 grant for this vital work to restore lemur habitat. But we need YOUR vote to win the grant!
It will cost you 5 minutes and no money and it could save the forests and the wildlife who desperately need a home.
Voting is live from the 8-22 October. Please click here to vote. And please share the link with all your friends too.
Help us do more – sponsor more trees
If you feel inspired to do more to restore Madagascar’s rain-forest, please make a donation to sponsor more trees to be planted.
You could plant trees to mark a special occasion, to dedicate to a loved-one, or to give as a present for a forest-loving friend.
Individuals, businesses and groups can off-set their carbon by paying to plant trees. You can even join our ‘tree-twinning’ scheme to twin a favorite tree in the UK with newly planted trees in Madagascar.
£1 can pay to plant 1 tree.
£3 can pay to plant and maintain a tree.
£5 can pay to plant, maintain and protect a tree, by investing in community livelihoods activities which protect the forest and help forest communities to develop sustainable sources of income.
Please use the yellow Donate button to donate your chosen amount or send a cheque to ‘Money for Madagascar’. Please consider running a special appeal using our downloadable appeal poster (click here to download) . Or contact the Money for Madagascar office to find out more about ‘Tree-Twinning’ and other ways to be part of reforesting Madagascar.