The following organizations and individuals are planning events during or around Orangutan Caring (Awareness) Week 2012.  If you know of any events being planned that are not listed here, kindly inform us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will post them.  

We now have organizations from the following countries participating: Australia, New Zealand, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Indonesia, Spain, United States, and UK


Australia & New Zealand

save_orangutan_logosmw_c_and_s_logosmSAVE ORANGUTANS & WITH COMPASSION & SOUL
Adelaide, South Australia
November 17 & 18, 2012





Sat 17th nov 12 - 5pm, at Feast Festival Adelaide in the Hub, Sun 18th Nov 10 - 4pm at the Vegan Festival Adealide in Victoria Square in the Palm Oil Free Zone. and then Sun 18th Nov 6 - 9pm at Feast Festival Adelaide in the Hub. For more information contact Bev at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.http://www.withcompassion.com.au ; http://www.saveorangutans.org.au



Aukland, New Zealand
November 15, 201



The Great Ape Race - Thursday 15 November, 6pm - 8pm

Register your Great Ape Team nowWith our friends from Lactic Turkey Events, Auckland Zoo brings you The Great Ape Race - a fun 'oranguteering' navigation event with a difference, that's raising funds for orangutan conservation.

The Great Ape RaceThis fun evening event is a chance for you and your family, or friends or workmates to get a team together for an amazing race at the Zoo. No experience required, just plenty of energy and a commitment to team work!

Registration is open from 5.30pm. Starts are staggered from 6pm to 7pm.

The race is on to save the critically endangered orangutan from extinction - and all profits from this Great Ape Race will go to the Auckland Zoo Conservation Fund to help protect orangutan populations in the wild.

Prices: $25 for adults, $10 for children (4 - 14 years) and $60 for a family (2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children) and includes Zoo admission.

Register your Great Ape Race team now!







 The Orangutan Project- Sydney


November 11, 2012

Shannon Reserve, Sydney (Crown Street, Surry Hills)



Adoption, merchandise, travel inquiries to Borneo and Sumatra, 
palm readings, info on palm oil free products 
plus free samples.

A fun and entertaining day out for the whole family for a GREAT cause! 
Come along and help us save the critically endangered "MAN OF THE FOREST". 

For more information email Gail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.





The Orangutan Project-Melbourne

Date: 11-Nov-2012



World Vegan Day in Melbourne



Date: 11th November 2012 
Location: Princes Park, Royal Parade Service Lane, Carlton North. 
10am – 5pm 
All welcome

Vegan Food and lots more

Contact Amber Anile  for further details This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

or 0403025867

World Vegan Day Melbourne is a FREE community festival, promoting a healthy and compassionate lifestyle to all vegans and non-vegans alike. Come join us for a full day of food, workshops, talks, cooking classes, live music, exhibitor stalls and more! TOP Vic will have a stall there – so make sure you pop in and say hi!


OrangoTango2012Your pledge will help rescue orphaned orangutans, build enclosures, protect habitat, restore rainforest, provide food for orphans, and release orangutans back into the wild!

Rapid deforestation is occurring across the world and the habitat of the orangutan is disappearing in huge swathes across Borneo and Sumatra.

As part of the worldwide Orangutan Caring Week, The Orangutan Project today launches ‘Orango Tango’, a national fundraising campaign designed to build a critical mass of concerned voices to focus attention on the species through the efforts of public supporters. Orango Tango will run until June 30, 2013.

The campaign has been launched to address the worldwide destroying of orangutan habitat, which is bringing the imminent extinction of the species closer to reality.

Supporters are invited to participate in the user-driven campaign, where they have the option of making a pledge to raise funds towards one of The Orangutan Project’s on-the-ground projects. Funds raised will enable more resources to be allocated to where they are desperately needed in order to protect remaining forest and care for the thousands of orphan orangutans that end up in care centres.

“Now more than ever the orangutans and remaining habitat need our support, to prevent the large scale destruction occurring by palm oil companies across Sumatra and Borneo,” says Leif Cocks, President of The Orangutan Project.

The Orangutan Project is seeking to raise another $740,000 of funding to increase its work in the next year. Participants are able to setup their own personal page and invite supporters to join their quest!

It’s TIME to Orango Tango!

The orangutans need US NOW! There is NO time left for them, so there is NO time to lose, make your pledge and raise your funds from now until June 30, 2013.

Get your school, workplace, friends or family involved. You can raise funds for your pledge in any way you like. Your pledge will help rescue orphaned orangutans, build enclosures, protect habitat, restore rainforest, provide food for orphans, and release orangutans back into the wild!








Adelaide, South Australia

Nov. 11-17, 2012


Adelaide Zoo in Australia will have a palm oil product display in front of their orangutan enclosure each day of Orangutan Caring Week. This will be manned by volunteers who will talk to visitors about product labeling and how to check if palm oil is in the products they purchase. Zoo Keepers will be doing daily keeper talks.

For more information: Adelaide Zoo, Frome Road, Adelaide SA 5000 

T 08 8230 1200,  08 8230 1256 | E  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | F 08 8239 0637 | W www.zoossa.com.au



Light Square, Adelaide 
November 12, 16, 17, 2012


 As part of The upcoming Orangutan Week Glenn Alderson will be holding talks on the 16th "Palm Oil Vs The Orangutan" at the Feast Festival :
He will aslo be doing a school talk with over 100 school kids on Monday 12th
Ethikool will be running their  Ethikool Stall in Willunga on the 17th 
With each of these events they will be promoting their new project "Vets For Orangutans" : 



Czech Republic

czechbabyorangutanZOO Dvůr Králové
November 12, 2012


The second birthday of orang utan baby.



Employee of the nutrition and zoology department and basic schools leaded by Mgr. Jana Rehorova prepared a fruit cake, a present and enrichment for little orangutan female. Baby girl Tessa was born on 13th November 2010; her mother ‘s name is Zaneta. She is living in the Bird World House together with her mother and her brother Besar.  During the celebration, Mgr. Michal Podhrazsky talked about orang utans keeping in the zoo and Ing. Tomas Hajnys talked about nature conservation in South-Eastern Asia. Ing. Ales Kancnyr wished all the best and some of the 45 participants tried a knowledge quiz “What do you know about orang utans?” The event was held as a part of Orangutan Caring Week campaign of Orang Utan Republik Foundation in cooperation with numerous associations, including EAZA (European Association of Zoos and Aquaria). The aim of the campaign is to inform general public about destruction of rain forests – natural habitat of both orang utan species – which can lead to their quick extinction.








Zoo La Boissière du Doré

 Loire-Atlantique, near Nantes

November 10, 11, & 13, 2012




At the Zoo La Boissière du Doré, saturday  10 and sunday 11 november, from 2:00pm to 5:00pm :  

Knowledge sharing on non-human primates, Quiz on Indonesia, orangutans, gibbons, forest, etc..  

+ tasting manufactured without palm oil.  

Objectives: Exchange, Education and Raise funds for the Protection of Endangered Species. http://www.zoo-boissiere.com/


In partnership with Zoo La Boissiere du Doré and EAZA
"Super U" of Ligné (44850) is a partner in this event !
Also, "C Mon Produit", 9 rue de Pineau, Cholet (49),  will give some Recipes for hygiene products, beauty, household WITHOUT OIL Palm.http://www.cmonproduit.fr/  


On tuesday 13th november, Marylise POMPIGNAC POISSON will talk about the influence of the mother on the social developpement of the young macaca and orangutan. In Carquefou (44), at the MFR La Charmelière, at 8:30 pm : http://www.mfr-carquefou.com/ 



On news-paper : 



zooparkFranceZooParc de Beauval


3-11 November 2012



Students have established video, poster and free games for children and adults to educate and make aware to our visitors the disappearance of Orang-utan: deforestation for palm oil and exotic wood, poaching….

 Our goal is to explain to people the actions that everyone can do to protect these animal.

 If you want more details, contact Laure at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


































germanzooWilhelma der zoologisch-botanische Garten 
Stuttgart, Germany

November 11-17, 2012


The Zoo in Stuttgart, Germany will participate in Orangutan Caring Week by organizing an information day at their Zoo School. Visitors will be able to watch orangutan pictures from the wild, hear about sanctuaries, learn about palm oil and hopefully, if it arrives as ordered, people can taste the durian, their orangs favorite fruit.








South Aceh
November , 2012

To be announced




West Kalimantan


Ketapang, West Kalimantan
November 19-25, 2012





This year Yayasan Palung plans to carry out these activities between November 19th to November 25th, 2012:

1. Press conference and Special Report Column (date tba):
Following several recent incidents involving human and orangutans in West Kalimantan, we will held a press conference to once again bring people's attention toward the need for better strategy to balance human and orangutan need for space to live.
The press conference will coincide with another activity which is the publication of one page Special Report Column at AP Post (West Kalimantan local newspaper) regarding orangutan habitat's fragmentation, results from our investigations, etc.

2. One week radio broadcast (Nov 19th to 25th) that will air various messages, eg:
- introduction to orangutan
- introduction to orangutan habitat and its current condition in West Kalimantan
- threats to orangutan
- legal status of orangutan within Indonesia law
- rescue efforts

3. Silent art performance at public space displaying messages related to orangutan and the need for action to save them (date tba).

For further information please check our blog in Bahasa Indonesia or our website in English or our crowdsourcing campaign or our Facebook page. or contact:


Monalisa Pasaribu, Operations Manager
Yayasan Palung
Jl. Kol. Sugiono Gg. H. Tarmizi no. 05, Ketapang, 78851, Kalimantan Barat, Indonesia
telp: (62-534) 303 6367; mobile:             (62-813) 505 908 32      





Jakarta, Java


Jakarta, Java
November   2012


To be announced.



Yogyakarta, Java


November  , 2012

 To be announced




Medan and surrounding areas in N. Sumatra

Organizations: Orangutan Caring Club-N. Sumatra, Sumatran Orangutan Society-OIC, Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme, and other members of the Sumatran Orangutan Consortium

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Medan, Sumatra
November 11-17, 2012


The Orangutan Caring Club of North Sumatra will be having activities in the Bukit Lawang area in schools during Orangutan Caring Week or Pekan Peduli Orangutan.

For more information, contact Mr. Herman at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..






Medan, Sumatra
November 11-17,  2012

Orangutan Caring Week, 11th-17th Nov., SEEC will be running a week long stand in Medan for the ongoing campaign to Save Tripa, Aceh and the Leuser Ecosystem. During the week we will be raising awareness of the situation of Sumatran orangutans, teaching environment-based lessons to kids and young people in the Medan - Deliserdang area, and holding a charity auction of orangutan/nature artwork, including sketches and photographs. 

For more information contact Andy at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.





zoo_madridMADRID ZOO
Madrid, Spain
November  12-13, 2012



Here are our activities regarding the Orangutan caring week:

1.       12th November 2012: Guided visit (free for the general public) about “Sustainability and endangered species”, emphasizing specifically the Orangutan status and problematic.

2.       12th and 13th November: We are going to have a table close to the Orangutan house giving information to the visitors about the orangutans status, dangers, habitat… and the Orangutan awareness week, with workshops for children (making mask and bookmarks with Orangutan motives).

For more information contact:

Maria Delclaux  
Conservadora de  mamíferos terrestres/Curator of Mammals            
Zoo Aquarium de Madrid
Casa de campo s/n 28011 MADRID, (España)
TF: +34 902345014  ext:1402
Fax: +34 917118163
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United States


Albuquerque, NM
Nov 10, 2012


The Zoo will hold an Orangutan Awareness Day on Nov. 10 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.


Visitors can learn about conservation efforts underway and learn how they can participate in helping wild orangutans. Guests can also discover the fascinating natural history of orangutans and other great apes and help create enrichment items for the Zoo’s orangutans.


Take a look at our Orangutan-Safe Gift Guide.

For more information contact: Natalie at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


audubonzooAUDUBON ZOO
New Orleans, LA
Nov  2012




To be announced



inthistogetherThe Community for the Promotion of Animal Welfare (CPAW).
UC Berkeley organization, Berkeley, CA
November 11, 14 & 16, 2012


This year we will be hosting events at the University of California Berkeley campus for Orangutan Caring Week.

  • Leafletting at the Jack London Square Farmers Market
  • Information table from 12pm-4pm in Sproul Plaza at UC Berkeley
  • Film Screening of Green Desert at 7pm in 126 Barrows at UC Berkeley
  • Information table from 12pm-4pm in Sproul Plaza at UC Berkeley
  • Film Screening of Green at 6pm in 101 Moffit at UC Berkeley

Click here for materials and ideas for your own orangutan project.



Birmingham, AL
Nov 2012



To be announced





cameronparkzoo-wacologoCAMERON PARK ZOO
Waco, TX
Nov. 10-17, 2012

Cameron Park Zoo will kick off Orangutan Caring Week on November 10th with their annual Wildlife Wonderland Day where animals enjoy a variety of enrichment activities and Zoo guests can participate in creating some of the enrichment devices. Throughout the week at 10:00 am and 2:00 pm Zoo visitors can enjoy watching the orangutans receive enrichment and participate in training sessions while zookeepers give presentations aimed at enhancing awareness about this magnificent species. Visitors can register to win a painting created by the zoo's Orangutans. Check out the Cameron Park Zoo Facebook page each day between November 11th and 17th to learn interesting facts about orangutans. https://www.facebook.com/cameronparkzoo    http://www.cameronparkzoo.com



Wauchula, FL
Nov. 11-17, 2012

Every day is Orangutan Caring Day at The Center for Great Apes!! The Center of Great Apes’ mission is to provide a permanent sanctuary of orangutans and chimpanzees who have been rescued or retired from the entertainment industry, from research, or who are no longer wanted as pets. The Center provides care with dignity in a safe, healthy, and enriching environment for great apes in need of lifetime care. 

Visit their Facebook page for OCW updates: https://www.facebook.com/CenterForGreatApes





como_zoo_logoCOMO PARK ZOO
St. Paul, MN
Nov. , 2012

To be announced





Miami, FL
November 11 & 17, 2012


The DuMond Conservancy for Primates and Tropical Forests, Inc., a not-for profit scientific organization located on the grounds of Monkey Jungle in South Miami-Dade County will be celebrating Orangutan Caring Week. Keepers will be informing visitors about Orangutan Caring Week throughout the week. There will be an information and activity table next to the Orangutan enclosure on 11/11 and 11/17.  http://www.dumondconservancy.org/


elpasozooEL PASO ZOO
El Paso, TX
Nov 11-17, 2012



“Safeguarding Habitat for a Secure Future”

10 am - 4 pm   Asia Discovery Center discovery stations

11:30 am         Safeguarding habitat for orangutans – Speaker at Asia Discovery Center

12:30 pm         Orangutan Enrichment programs at exhibit

3:30 pm           Safeguarding habitat for orangutans – Speaker at Asia Discovery Center


During our daily Orangutan Enrichment programs at 12:30 p.m. our zoo guests will be challenged by our keepers to "play" and interact with many of our orangutans tools.

Daily Orangutan and Palm Oil learning Station at the Orangutan exhibit.  Daily "Take action" opportunities (pledge signing, letter writing to lawmakers and companies using palm oil, using cell phones to contact companies using palm oil) free Palm Oil Shopping Guides created by El Paso Zoo Education Department.  For more information: www.elpasozoo.org

 El Paso Zoo, 4001 E. Paisano, El Paso, TX 79905


About El Paso Zoo

Locally recognized as the Best Place to Take the Kiddos, the El Paso Zoo sits on 35 acres of fun and adventure. Bigger and better than ever, the El Paso Zoo is an expansive green space that is home to exotic animals from around the world and features family attractions such as the Hunt Family Desert Spring.  Accredited by the Association of Zoos & Aquariums (AZA), the El Paso Zoo celebrates the value of animals and natural resources and creates opportunities for people to rediscover their connection to nature. For more information, visit elpasozoo.org. For news and exclusive content, follow us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/elpasozoo) and YouTube (www.youtube.com/user/theelpasozoo). 

Erie, PA
November 17 & 18, 2012

November 17th and 18th from 10-noon we will be doing informative Touch tables on palm oil and orangutans.

We will be selling buttons with photos of our orangutans, all proceeds will help orangutans in the wild.

for more information contact:

Heather Gula, Volunteer Coordinator
Erie Zoological Society
423 West 38th Street
P.O. Box 3268
Erie PA 16508
Phone: 814-864-4091 ext 223
Fax: 814-864-1140




henryvilaslogoHENRY VILAS ZOO
Madison, WI
November 12-20th


To be announced








Houston, TX
Nov 10-18, 2012




The Houston Zoo will be participating in International Orangutan Caring Week from November 10-18.  The Houston Zoo’s primate staff will conduct a Meet the Keeper Talk at the Wortham World of Primates orangutan habitat daily at 3:30 PM.  Plus, visit our booth at the orangutan exhibit on November 17-18 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm; to shop for painted compact mirrors, photo note cards, animal paintings, and many other items to raise funds to protect them in the wild. We will have available the beautiful one-of-a-kind orangutan painted Christmas ornaments, that can only be purchased once a year at this event. http://www.houstonzoo.org/en/cev/609





Jackson, MS
November 2012

To be announced




Pleasanton, CA

 November 12-17, 2012

Nuubia Chocolat will be celebrating Orangutan Caring Week by inviting the public to visit their store at 5673 W La Positas Blvd., Pleasanton,CA 94588. If you mention you are celebrating Orangutan Caring Week, the chocolatiers of this orangutan safe and exquisite chocolate will give you a Lolli, wonderful chocolate on a stick. Nuubia will be at OURF's Annual Fundraiser in Beverly Hills on Nov 17th. For more information visit Nuubiachocolat


omahahenrydoorlyOMAHA'S HENRY DOORLY ZOO
Omaha, NE
November 2012

To be announced





Green Festival

Los Angeles, CA
November 17 & 18, 2012 - 10am-4pm

OURF will be participating in Green Festival in Los Angeles. Come before or after our Annual Fundraiser. We will be at booth 830a.  

Green Festival, the nation's largest and most diverse sustainability event returns to the LA Convention Center, located at 1201 S. Figueroa Street. Los Angeles Green Festival will offer not only an incredible sense of community but also the largest, most diverse and most trusted place for learning, shopping and having fun! Featuring an organic food court; an environmental film installation presented by the Sierra Club; hands-on DIY workshops; organic vegan and vegetarian cooking demonstrations; an organic beer and wine garden; live music; and, an incredible Green Marketplace for all of your holiday shopping needs, featuring products and services from local, regional and national green and sustainable businesses and organizations.

For More Information visit:http://www.greenfestivals.org/updates/green-festival-returns-to-los-angeles-november-17-18



oregon-zoo-logoOREGON ZOO
Portland, OR
November, 2012



To be announced






tropicalsalvageFundraiser for ORANGUTAN OUTREACH at TROPICAL SALVAGE

2233 NW York Street

Portland, OR

Saturday, Nov. 10;  4-7 PM


Come on out and learn about wild orangutans and what you can do to help save them! Tropical Salvage (www.tropicalsalvage.com/) is hosting a fundraiser for Orangutan Outreach (www.redapes.org) to help save critical orangutan habitat. This year's theme for Orangutan Caring Week is "Safeguarding Habitat for a Secure Future"


At 5:00 pm, Dr. Meredith Bastian, Curator of Primates and Small Mammals at the Philadelphia Zoo, will be presenting on her 7 + years of orangutan field research in Indonesian Borneo. Following Dr. Bastian, Richard Zimmerman, the founding director of Orangutan Outreach, will give an update on Orangutan Outreach and our most current projects.


A suggested donation of $10adults/$5 students will be taken at the door.Light snacks will be served and beverages have been provided by Ninkasi Brewing.


For more information contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..





























Phoenix, AZ  
Nov. 10 and 11, 2012


10 AM – 2PM each day.

 -Bio Facts table with an orangutan and gibbon skull, gibbon hand, hopefully an orangutan hand, and printouts of orangutan hands and feet. This will allow the ZooTeens to talk about the arboreal nature of orangutans and how their specialized hands and feet make them so adept at moving through the trees. The teens at this table can also highlight some of the tool use observed in orangutans as well as the intelligence required to make tools and problem solve. 

-A, "How Do You Measure Up" activity where guests can compare their arm span to that of an orangutan. We've got a big orange fuzzy shirt with arms that, when suspended from two poles, will allow guests to stand in front of it, hold out their arms, and see how they "measure up." 

-An activity titled, "Let's Put Orangutans Back in the Forest." One of the ZooTeens is going to draw a forest on some butcher paper and using our orangutan stamps; kids can help 'put the orangutans back in the forest.' If they do that they then get a sticker of Michael as a reward! Again, this activity can be used to describe the plight of wild orangutans. 

-A table will be dedicated to the palm oil crisis. We've got brochures for guests that highlight which products or manufacturers don't use or use sustainable means when it comes to palm oil use. We'll also have posters printed out highlighting the palm oil crisis and the effect it's having on wild orangutan populations. 

-A "Make an Orangutan Diet" station. Here kids can put together what they think an orangutan's diet consists of. We'll also have a poster printed out showcasing what orangutans eat in the wild. Melanie is also buying a Durian fruit.

Phoenix Zoo- 455 North Galvin Parkway; Phoenix, AZ 85008

Salina, KS
November 10, 2012

Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure have scheduled “Go Orange for Orangutans Day” on Saturday, November 10, 2012. All guests that wear orange on that particular day receive a $2 discount on adult admission and $1 discount on child admission, or they can donate that amount back to us to be used towards the AZA Ape Tag Conservation Initiative. Our zookeepers are offering keeper chats at our orangutan exhibit, bio-fact carts will be set up, and guests also receive an Orangutan Fact Sheet.

For more information:  contact Debbie at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; 625 N Hedville Road, Salina, KS 67401; Phone (785) 827-9488 ext 114; www.rollinghillswildlife.com



Sacramento, CA
November 2012



To be announced





Tampa, FL
November 2012


To be announced





virginia_zoo_logoVIRGINIA ZOO
Norfolk, VA
November  2012


 To be announced









  Washington, D.C.

  Friday, November 9, 2012

  11:00 am to 1:30 pm



March from Front of Zoo 3001 Connecticut Ave to Malaysian Embassy 3516 International Court, NW, Washington, DC 

For more information visit the Facebook event page at https://www.facebook.com/events/493085204036769



zooatlantaZOO ATLANTA
Atlanta, GA
Sunday, Nov. 11 and Saturday, Nov. 17, 2012

 Activities from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.;  Keeper Q&A at 11 a.m.; Orangutan feeding at 2:15 p.m.

Highlights will include education stations; a keeper Q&A; orangutan feeding; and fun facts on orangutan diet, adaptations and enrichment. Special orangutan feedings will continue throughout the week.


For more information about Zoo Atlanta's event: http://eastatlanta.patch.com/articles/zoo-atlanta-celebrates-orangutan-caring-week



zoomiamizsfZOO MIAMI
Miami, FL
Saturday, Nov. 17, 2012



Zoo Miami Docents and the Conservation Teen Scientists will be hosting Orangutan Awareness Week, Nov. 17th, 10am-4pm. There will be tables full of educational displays, biofacts, fun interactives, free temporary tattoos and more! Come learn all about our resident orangutans, Bonnie and Mango, at the Zookeeper Talk 11:30 am daily.



United Kingdom


London, England
Nov. 12-18, 2012

Don't forget - Orangutan Awareness Week takes place from Monday 12 November - Sunday 18 November, with our ever-popular Orange for Orangutan Day falling on Wednesday 14 November.

This is your annual opportunity to ‘go orange’ to raise vital funds for the Orangutan Foundation, and the sky really is the limit when it comes to how to get involved. From cake sales, face painting, hair dying and fancy dress to taking a bath in baked beans...it really is up to you!

Our dedicated supporter, The Body Shop Foundation, has very kindly donated three huge 'orange' hampers for the winners of the following categories:

"Most Fundraised Income"

"Most Inventive Use Of Orange"

"Most PR Generated"

...a great incentive to inject some zesty orange into your day and get involved!

Check out our website for more ideas about how to take part and to download our Orange for Orangutan Day posters to advertise your event.

...and why not show your support with one of our fantastic pin badges (pictured left) for just £2.50, available from our online shop.

So remember to take photos, keep press clippings / weblinks etc. and most of all, have fun! Let us know what you're up to on Twitter @OrangutanFndn and Facebook.

And finally...don't forget that all funds raised from Orange for Orangutan Day can be doubled for free if you donate them online in December as part of the Big Give Christmas Challenge. More details to follow soon.




Brockenhurst, New Forest
Nov. 2012



To be announced


Individuals Planning to Take Action:

To be announced