​​​Every year APPC rescues and receives more than 450 injured, orphaned and sick wild animals due to habitat loss, illegal trafficking and poaching, with sloths representing more than 35% of the species that are rescued.  Over these 16 years, we have rehabilitated more than 5,500 wild animals, including more than 1,000 sloths.  


Due to the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we are also suffering the consequences, nevertheless, the animals in care still need their daily food and medical supplies. Furthermore, medical treatment, and in some cases surgery, is still needed to save the lives of some animals.  Your donation will also be use to buy special milk formulas, fruits, vegetables, medicine, supplements, materials, and veterinary supplies for our animals, including many orphaned sloths. 
APPC relies on the generosity of donors such as yourself and is grateful for your support.
 
Thank You!

​Nestor Correa, Director


Other donation methods:


 LOCAL (PANAMA)

BANCO GENERAL
Asociación Panamericana para la Conservación
03-24-01-027616-6
Corriente/Checking

For international wire transfers:


Correspondents in USD

CITIBANK, N.A. – NEW YORK
SWIFT CITIUS33
ABA 021000089
Beneficiary bank: BANCO GENERAL, S.A. – PANAMA
SWIFT BAGEPAPA
For final credit to account No: 03-24-01-027616-6 in the name of Asociación Panamericana para la Conservación


For more information please contact us at info@appcpanama.org
 

Our animals need your help!...a large tree fell on the roof of the Wildlife Center causing some structural damage.  A tropical wave caused heavy rain and strong winds. The climate continues to cause sever damage.  Fortunately the animals are fine, but we must move them to safer enclosures, as the roof could collapse at any moment, also, we must demolish almost half of the roof, and for that, we need to evacuate the building.  We have already raised about US$ 3,000.00 from individual donors, but more is still needed.  
So far we estimate the damages to be about 10 thousand dollars.  We appreciate any help no matter how small.  Please, share this information with your family, friends and colleagues.  

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