The Red Panda Network Organization

This certified non-profit charity allows you to adopt red pandas that are living in the wild which allows you to help this endangered (and cute) species.

Why should I contribute to this cause?

The red pandas are highly endangered animals in Nepal, China, and Myanmar. With as few as 2500 individuals in the wild, it is vital that something is done to help them out. When you donate to their charity, you can pay to support a red panda, or in their words, adopt it. With the money you donate, they monitor it and make sure it is ok. Also, they organize trips every year to go see red pandas in their natural habitat to raise interest and awareness about red pandas in their natural habitats. Recently, they have even been woring towards creating the first ever portectd forest made solely for red pandas. It is called The Panchthar-Ilam-Taplejung Red Panda Protected Forest which will also be the largest protected forrest in Nepal, and will not only protect the 25% of nepals red panda population that lives there, but also all the other wildlife to be found there.

If you support this charity, it will enable them to continue all the great things they have been achieving for the red pandas, and help make their goal of the protected forest become reality.

How do I support this cause?

There are a number of ways that you can contribute to this cause. You can donate money to adopt an individual red panda starting at $50 dollars. Additionally, with donations of over $100, you also get merchandise and a shirt. You can also support their Panchthar-Ilam-Taplejung Red Panda Protected Forest project as well. Lastly, you can pay to go on one of their ecotrips, where you actualy visit the red pandas in their habitat, and learn all about them! These occur once a year and all money made goes to the red pandas, since it is a non-profit organization.

For more information ....

The official site for the Red Panda Network Association is , but there are many other places where you can find out more about red pandas and other wildlife and ecosystems in Nepal, China, and Myanmar:

... and much more!

Watch the film

Here's a cool video to spark your interest about red pandas!

"Red pandas are sooooo cute!!!!!!!" — Herbie Ince, PhD*

*does not actually have a PhD.

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