Become a Supporter!

 

You can become a MPC-UK Supporter today and help us even further in protecting the Barbary macaque from extinction. When you become a Supporter, you will receive a welcome letter, your own personalised certificate with a beautiful photograph of a Barbary macaque taken by our own photographers and bi-annual newsletters filled with news, articles and stories on what our team has been up to. This can all be yours for as little as £2 a month

  • £2 a month could pay for educational material
  • £5 a month could pay for 1,5 month of care for a captive macaque
  • £10 a month could pay for medical treatment of captive Barbary macaques
  • £20 a month could pay for 1,5 months of wages for an anti poaching guard

You can also choose to make a one-off donation which will directly help fight the illegal trade in infant Barbary macaques and to create a solution for confiscated macaques in Morocco.  This donation will also help to protect their beautiful natural habitats.

Larger donations could help accelerate MPC’s future vision greatly. Donations such £500 could pay for a quarantine enclosure and £1000 could even pay for an enclosure for 10 rescued macaques!

One off donations can be made by cheque or bank transfer (BACS), and we can also help to arrange a standing order.

Cheques should be written to MOROCCAN PRIMATE CONSERVATION UK and sent to our UK headquarters: MPC-UK, Southend Association of Voluntary Services, 29-31 Alexandra Street, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, SS1 1BW.

Bank transfers can use the following details:

Account Name: MOROCCAN PRIMATE CONSERVATION UK

Sort Code: 08-92-99

Account Number: 65582013

Standing orders can also be arranged. For a form please email info@mpcfoundation.org.uk

Become a Supporter

You can become a MPC Supporter today and help us even further in protecting the Barbary macaque from extinction.

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About us

MPC is an NGO that has successfully worked on the conservation of the endangered Barbary macaque in Morocco since 2003. MPC is the official partner of the Moroccan government for the protection of this unique species.
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