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Give Back is crowdspring's way of helping worthy non-profit and charitable causes around the world when those organizations need design help but cannot afford it. For these special projects, no monetary awards will be given and crowdspring will waive all fees. Crowdspring will help each organization post their project. Together, we will collaborate to help those who are less fortunate.

Give Back projects will work just like standard projects, including contracts, wrap-up, notifications, etc.

We will find ways to recognize winning designers in Give Back projects.

We'll also ask the winning designers in Give Back projects to propose other worthy non-profits and charities that can benefit from this program. We hope that in this small way, crowdspring and our community can help non-profits and charities around the world.



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The Ngogo Chimpanzee Project

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What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?

The Ngogo Chimpanzee Project operates 3 programs, all centered around wild chimpanzees - Research, Conservation, Education. We conduct research on wild chimpanzees, we conserve wild chimpanzees and other animals, and we support the education of Ugandans of all ages.

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image + text

Do you have any other info or links you want to share?

We would love to use a logo on our website - ngogochimpanzeeproject.org, as well as on t-shirts and other merchandise that we can sell to fund our research, conservation, and education programs.

We have many great chimp photos taken by Ngogo Chimpanzee Project researchers on our website and facebook page - www.facebook.com/ngogochimps. To give you a sense of the chimpanzees in the project, here's a photo from our homepage

Jolie and baby

If you want to watch a video about the Ngogo chimpanzees, here's a really good interview with Professor David Watts from Yale University. In this video, Watts describes his experience with the Ngogo chimpanzees and the urgent need to protect them.

The Ngogo chimpanzees have even received attention from Disney. They're featured in a Disney Nature movie, Chimpanzee, released in 2012.

Thanks so much to the www.crowdspring.community for your help with this project. We look forward to seeing your great designs and really appreciate your support!



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