Adopt Bonobo Ndjili at Lola ya Bonobo
This is Ndjili, a beautiful female baby orphan who was rescued from a bar near the Kinshasa airport and taken to Lola ya Bonobo where she is now thriving with other bonobos. Help save the amazing Make-Love-Not-War bonobos. ADOPT NDJILI or one of her friends.
Dr. Susan Block Institute

Where You Can Help

Here are some organizations where you can donate
to help save the bonobos

Lola Ya Bonobo

Bonobo Conservation Initiative

Bonobo Hope

Bonobo Species Survival Plan

African Wildlife Foundation (AWF)

Lomako Forest Bonobo Project

World Wildlife Fund (WWF)

The Bushmeat Project

Block Bonobo Foundation

Block Bonobo Foundation, in conjunction with the Dr. Susan Block Institute and Bonoboville, is dedicated to protecting, promoting and studying bonobo apes, as well as educating people in the Bonobo Way. We "adopt" bonobos at Lola ya Bonobo and BCI and donate to some of the organizations above that are protecting and saving bonobos in the wild as well as studying those in captivity. A portion of your Block Bonobo Foundation donation also goes to the support of our media and educational efforts. To find out more about the Block Institute and Block Bonobo Foundation and our work, call us anytime at 310.568.0066 or contact us through the form above. To donate to any of the organizations above, please go directly to their websites. To make a donation to the Block Bonobo Foundation through Paypal, click below. To donate by phone, call 310-568-0066.

Funding for The Block Bonobo is provided in part by The Dr. Susan Block Institute for the Erotic Arts & Sciences.
The Block Bonobo Foundation is a not for profit private project of Dr. Susan Block & Pr. Maximillian Lobkowicz.
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