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Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund

Established in 1967 by famed primatologist Dian Fossey, the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund works to protect and study wild gorillas and their habitats, and to empower people who live nearby. The Fossey Fund is the world’s longest-running and largest organization dedicated to gorilla conservation. The Fossey Fund’s people-centered approach to conservation is focused on four pillars: daily protection of individual gorillas and their families; conducting critical science needed to develop conservation strategies; training future leaders to address conservation challenges; and helping communities living near gorillas through education, livelihood, and food and water security initiatives.


EIN 52-1118866
Protection of Endangered Species
800 Cherokee Ave SE
Atlanta, GA 30315
United States of AmericaGoogle Maps
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5.57 yrs

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