Unique & Unforgettable Gifts

Let's re-define giving – starting off by giving gifts that rejuvenate and add value to our world, rather than items that drain its resources. We've got you covered with a range of exciting gifts that are unique and unforgettable. Simply select the gifts that suit your loved ones and you'll receive a customised gift certificate in their name! 

Which ones will you choose today?

As soon as you've made your choice and your order is complete you'll be able to decide if you want to email the certificate(s) directly to your loved one acknowledging you as the Generous Gift Giver or, if you prefer, email it yourself so you can print it and give it to them in person.

  • Orangutans. My Cousins, My Friends

    For the Bookworm Gift this

    Leif’s Latest Book

    In his latest book, Orangutans. My Cousins, My Friends Leif Cocks shares with us the fascinating inside story of his personal journey. A journey which ultimately led him to dedicate his life to the care and conservation of all orangutans and perhaps, most importantly, he explains the key philosophies underpinning the work of The Orangutan Project.

    $19.95 (Pricing excludes delivery.)

  • The Gift of Sustenance

    The Gift of Sustenance Gift this

    A Month of Fruit Baskets

    Your $30 gift will provide fresh, crisp and nutritious fruit and vegetables for one rescued orangutan for one month. Their seasonal diets will replicate the more than 200 species found in the forest areas surrounding them, helping train them to recognise a variety of foods in preparation for their release into the wild in the future.

  • The Gift of Curiosity

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    Puzzle Feeders

    Puzzle feeders will encourage orphaned orangutans to solve puzzles to obtain food items. This puzzling way to play with their food is excellent tool for curious orangutans to develop their brain and learn problem solving skills.

  • The Gift of Love

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    Adopt a Bundle of Joy

    Rahayu arrived at our care centre in a critical condition. She had malaria and initially our vets were very worried about her. She didn't show any visual reflexes and she was having convulsions. Thanks to round-the-clock medical care she finally recovered from the malaria. She’s continued to improve and we’re hoping one day she’ll be released into the jungle. Your gift will support Rahayu’s care including her food, ongoing medical costs and the dedicated staff who look after her.

  • The Gift of Sanctuary

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    Rainforest Retreat

    This will protect 10 hectares (around 25 acres) of prime orangutan habitat in the Thirty Hills region in Sumatra for the next 100 years. This precious land has been secured from the clutches of developers that had earmarked the land for rubber and palm oil plantations. So far we have been able to release 165 orangutans back into this protected area.

  • The Gift of Rest

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    Sleeping Pod

    A nesting pod will help young orangutans learn to make nests off the ground. In the wild there are tigers and other predators about and a nest in the canopy is the safest place to be at night. Nesting pods give these young orangutans the chance to practice their nest building skills in the safety of their care centre with leaves and branches off the floor.

  • The Gift of Play

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    Toys! Toys! Toys!

    A fabulous toy bundle to keep young, energetic orangutans active includes tyres, barrels and swings. Toys and activities replicate some of the challenges they will find in the wild, training and equipping the orangutans with invaluable skills for moving through the jungle canopies and surviving in the jungle.

  • The Gift of Strength

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    Tools to Foster Flexibility

    100 metres of flexible rubber rope for orangutan strength training will increase the strength of the orangutans and equip them with skills that are invaluable when moving through the jungle canopies in the wild. Orangutans love climbing and playing on these ropes at the care centres we support.

  • The Gift of Knowledge

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    Jungle School

    This gift will send five orphaned orangutans to Jungle School for one year! Jungle School will help teach orangutans how to make a nightly nest up in the canopies away from tigers and other predators, how to recognise and forage for different types of food and other skills necessary to survive in the wild. While their mum would usually teach them these skills, our highly successful Jungle School has had great success in preparing our orphans for their eventual release.

  • The Gift of Custodianship

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    Watch Over 1 Orangutan, for 1 Year

    This will provide full care for an orphaned orangutan for one year. This includes nutritious food, medical costs and will also contribute to the wages of the dedicated staff who look after these youngsters that have no mum to take care of them.