Help Green Heritage Fund Suriname save the sloths

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Help Green Heritage Fund Suriname save the sloths

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Green Heritage Fund Suriname (GHFS) stands as a beacon of wildlife conservation and rehabilitation in Suriname, thanks to the unwavering dedication of a team of volunteers.

With a mission rooted in rescuing and caring for distressed sloths, anteaters, and armadillos, GHFS, under the leadership of director Monique Pool, has become a vital force since its establishment in 2005. Recognizing the lack of shelters for displaced wildlife, GHFS has not only rescued and rehabilitated over 800 sloths but has also played a crucial role in raising awareness about the impact of urbanization and habitat loss on these creatures.

The establishment of a dedicated sloth rehabilitation center in the jungle of Saramacca in 2018 reflects GHFS's commitment to providing specialized care. As the number of wildlife reports grows, the Green Heritage Fund Netherlands, comprising enthusiastic former volunteers, aims to extend support to GHFS from the Netherlands, acknowledging the foundation's indispensable role in safeguarding Suriname's diverse wildlife.

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Donating to Green Heritage Fund Suriname (GHFS) holds the power to directly impact the conservation of Suriname's wildlife. Your contribution becomes a lifeline for the rescue and rehabilitation of distressed sloths, anteaters, and armadillos, ensuring they receive specialized care and are released back into safe forest environments.

Beyond immediate rescue efforts, your support fuels educational initiatives, raising awareness about the detrimental effects of urbanization and habitat loss on wildlife. GHFS actively engages with the community, fostering a collective responsibility for wildlife welfare.

Donations also play a vital role in advocating for habitat protection and sustaining GHFS facilities, including the sloth care and rehabilitation center. By supporting GHFS, your donation becomes an integral part of a holistic approach to wildlife conservation, actively contributing to the well-being of Suriname's diverse ecosystems and their inhabitants.

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