Donate to the documentary
We are hoping to get about $300k more to complete the rest of the filming and post-production stages of this film. If you have any interest in helping us make this documentary about the amazing African Ark in Lake Victoria, you are encouraged to do so via our fiscal sponsor, Empowers Africa, which is a U.S. public charity under IRC Section 501(c)(3). That will be a tax deductible donation which they will pass along to this educational film production.
You can also donate though our GoFundMe page
Or you can donate directly, with this form below.
Donations of any amount are welcome. Larger donations receive the following benefits:
$5000 — A copy of the finished film and a thank you in the credits
$10000 — A limited edition framed photo of the chimpanzees of Rubondo, a copy of the finished film and a thank you in the credits
$25000 — Invitation to an advance private screening of the film (likely in New York City), along with a limited edition framed photo of the chimpanzees of Rubondo, a copy of the finished film, and a thank you in the credits
$50000 — An assistant producer credit on the film in addition to the copy of the finished film and an invitation for two to the premiere of the film (planning on Berlinale in February 2020)
$75000 — A producer credit on the film, a four-night VIP stay at Rubondo Island Camp (not during the shoot, excluding transportation costs) and a copy of the finished film
$100000 — The opportunity to join the crew on Rubondo Island for three days/four nights in summer 2019 during our second shoot on the island (excluding transportation costs), along with a producer credit, an invitation to the premiere and a copy of the finished film