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Endangered Species International (ESI)

3835 Mission Street,
San Francisco CA 94110,
USA

| EIN: 30-0358349

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$56,897 raised via 903 donations

Our Mission

Endangered Species International (ESI) is strongly committed to reversing the trend of human-induced species extinction, saving endangered animals, and preserving wild places!

ESI uses less than 2% of its budget for management and operations. ESI won multiple Top-Rated Awards from GreatNonprofits and has reached the Platinum participation level through the GuideStar Exchange.

How Your Donations Help

  • $1 native tree planted 1 native tree
  • $60 Remove plastics from ocean 400 pounds
  • $500 Protect rainforest 1 acre
  • $2,000 Protect gorillas in the field with effective patrol 1 family of gorilla in Congo protected in Congo

Our Impact

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Endangered Species International (ESI) posted an impact story
over 5 years ago — Congo

ESI stopped the illegal killing of gorillas in southern Congo since 2010. We keep working hard in Congo to extend our wildlife conservation work to other areas and many other endangered animals.

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Endangered Species International (ESI) posted an impact story
over 5 years ago — Pacific Ocean

We cleaned up a large marine area in the Pacific Ocean in central Philippines and Indonesia where floating plastics are posing big threat to wildlife and ocean. We removed 400 pounds of floating plastic per day for 3 months and dispose them properly for their reuse when possible, reducing the mortality of marine wildlife and removing long-lasting plastics.

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Endangered Species International (ESI) posted an impact story
over 5 years ago — Congo

Endangered Species International supported the creation of protected area for rainforest in southern Congo. Thousands of species are finally protected..

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Endangered Species International (ESI) posted an impact story
over 5 years ago — Marine Protected Area in the Philippines

With your support, we created a coral reef marine protected area in the Philippines protecting at least 230 species of rare corals and 120 species of fish including sharks. The protected area covers 60 hectares of coral reef and deep ocean and will protect endangered sharks, sea turtles, dolphins, many coral species and many more threatened marine animals.

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Countries We Serve

United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

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