Support a small primate

Sponsoring is participating in the well-being of your new friend

SPONSORING means supporting J.A.C.K. in all food costs but also in medical matters when your protégé is ill!

Also, being a SPONSOR means receiving a « Certificate of Sponsorship », the biography of the chosen primate and our Team in the DR Congo will send you monthly photos or news and sometimes even videos of your sponsored friend so that you can follow his/her progress during your sponsorship.    

Sponsorship is for a period of 6 months/1 year and is of course renewable! The amount is €10/month payable either in one go or monthly.

Here are some small primates put up for adoption to give them the chance to be known, loved, cared for and supported!


As a reminder, and given that it is very complex to send funds to the Democratic Republic of Congo, your contribution automatically goes through our French association « LES AMIS JACK » which uses the 100% free collection platform of HELLOASSO


(Female probably born in 2022)

Tshumbe is a small black crested Mangabey (Lophocebus aterrimus). She was part of the LODJA 3 RESCUE MISSION in early 2023 and comes from the village Tshumbe, hence her name. In a very bad state when she arrived, Tshumbe miraculously survived and we can say that she is now in good shape.


(Male probably born in 2018)

Held in Likasi, a town 120kms from J.A.C.K., this young Malbrouck monkey (Chlorocebus cynosuros) was seized by the ICCN (Institut Congolais pour la Conservation de la Nature) when the owner tried to sell him on the street. Tino arrived in J.A.C.K. on 3 May 2021


(Female probably born in 2017)

Dany is an agile Mangabey (Cercocebus agilis). She was part of the largest primate rescue in Africa that J.A.C.K. has conducted from October 2020 to January 2021. Dany lives with LYLA, another agile female who arrived at the same time on 2 February 2021.


(Male probably born in 2021)

Ndolo was rescued in Kinshasa by a young Canadian couple with a passion for primates and a desire to give him a life other than the one his torturers had intended for him. He arrived by plane at J.A.C.K. on 27 November 2021. Ndolo is a Golden-bellied Mangabey (Cercocebus chrysogaster), a vulnerable species in the DRC!


(Mâle probably born 2019)

This blue monkey (Cercopithecus mitis) is part of the largest primate rescue in Africa that J.A.C.K. has conducted from October 2020 to January 2021. As the only individual of his species, he lives in a group with other cercopithecines also repatriated from Zimbabwe. Tikki and his friends arrived at J.A.C.K. on 2 February 2021.


(Female probably born in 2021)

Turi is a mountain monkey (Allochrocebus LHoesti), a vulnerable species in DR Congo. This female was rescued from the Ituri region in eastern DRC and arrived at J.A.C.K. in March 2022. Her mother was killed and she was a pet of the villagers who consumed her mother. Turi is now living with a group of primates of her species.


(Female probably born in 2020)

For sale in the streets of Lubumbashi, this red-tailed Monkey (Cercopithecus ascanius) was seized by our Founder accompanied by inspectors from the Ministry of the Environment. The confiscation took place on 12 June 2021, the day Roxy arrived at J.A.C.K. The female now lives in a group of individuals of her species.