Although we enjoy the generosity of our supporters to help us be successful in our projects, with each passing year rising bushmeat prices put greater pressure on animal populations and we are faced with the perennial challenge of generating a budget. If you support our mission and are so inclined, we would greatly appreciate any individual donations you can give to preserve this small corner of the earth.

Support conservation and education efforts on Bioko Island by making a tax-deductible donation to BBPP.

Your donations will go directly toward funding program costs, such as:

  • $5 = Rite in the Rain notebooks (BBPP uses about 20 per season)
  • $20 = new headlamp (BBPP has 30 Urecan workers)
  • $30 = new sleeping pad for overnight trips
  • $50 = new backpack pack for field work
  • $200 = average cost for a bio-monitoring workshop
  • $500 = cost to build a beach cabaƱa for EG Excursions
  • $1,500 = cost of Bioko field managers to fly to Philadelphia for seasonal planning/meetings


You can find a list of these supplies and purchase them directly from our registry.  Any gift will make a difference, thank you for your support!

donating online

If you wish to make an online donation to the BBPP, please visit the Drexel Gifts web page. To donate directly to the BBPP, be sure to specify "Other" and then type in "Bioko Biodiversity Protection Program" when prompted. After donating, please e-mail our director, Katy Gonder (, to ensure that the transaction was processed and can go directly to supporting the BBPP. Contact us if you have any questions!

donating by check

Please make your check payable to "BBPP - Drexel University" and mail to the following address:

Katy Gonder

3245 Chestnut Street

PISB Building, Room #503

Philadelphia, PA 19104

United States of America

Be sure to provide a return mailing address where we can send a receipt of your donation that may be used for tax returns.

All photos are credited to National Geographic Photographers Tim Laman, Ian Nichols, Joel Sartore, and Christian Ziegler, as well as numerous members of BBPP (staff, students, and volunteers).