Help remote communities in Sumatra

Please help us create opportunities for local people in Sumatra.

Explore our campaigns to support sustainable locally-led programs in education and environment.

You can either support one of our campaigns below or follow the general donate button.

Our Campaigns

Rainforest Rescue

Land crucial to orangutan conservation is facing an imminent threat of being sold to palm oil industry and land developers!
We need your help now to purchase critical land parcels in this biodiversity hotspot to safeguard the future of these magnificent species!
education in north sumatra

Empower the Youth of North Sumatra

We provide training in practical skills to young men and women living in remote rural communities.


Help us give those people experience and opportunities needed to reach their full potential and improve their lives.

sumatra's plastic waste


Join the fight against plastic waste and litter! Help local communities save Sumatra’s rainforests by keeping them clean and healthy!


Our innovative litter program provides waste management services that are not currently available in the villages bordering this forest.


Support Remote Communities


A group of about 40 families, mainly homeless women and children, live in derelict buildings behind the Batu Kapal market.

Support our mission to create opportunities for these women and children to earn income through micro business initiatives.



This year and in the long term we would like to create opportunities for these beautiful women to realise their full potential.

We believe that education and training are the key to this.


Please help us to raise money to protect the critically endangered Sumatran orangutan in Northern Sumatra.

With your donation we will buy parcels of land in the Batu Kapal buffer zone. 


Securing these critical pieces of land will protect the buffer zone from being converted into palm oil plantations for LIFE.

durians for orangutans

Durians for Orangutans


In the bufferzone adjacent to Gunung Leuser National Park, Durian farmers come into regular conflict with orangutans who eat their crops.


We aim to find ways to reduce conflict between farmers and orangutans.


One of the ways in which we hope to do this is by compensating the farmers for Durians eaten by orangutans. Durians are sold for approximately $2.50 each.