If you would like to make a contribution to help giant pandas, here are some organizations that work with pandas. You can support the U.S. zoos with pandas, or international organizations that work with pandas. Pandapoly has no affiliation with any of these organizaitons, and does not recommend any particular organization.

National Zoo: Giant Pandas Conservation Fund

To continue its work with giant pandas here and in China, the National Zoo needs to raise $400,000 every year. Your tax-deductible gift will help Zoo scientists continue their important work to conserve giant pandas.

Zoo Atlanta: Care for the Rare

As a Cub-to-Go sponsor for $150, you or your gift recipient will receive: cuddly giant pandas plush toy; special Rare Care VIP packet for four; giant pandas fact sheet; timeline of Mei Lan's growth and milestones; and a collectable photograph of Mei Lan.

San Diego: Join the Giant Pandas Team

For gifts of $20 or more, you will receive the all-new exclusive giant pandas Team Screen Saver.

Memphis Zoo: Make an Online Donation

The Memphis Zoo has four donor funds: Invest in Our Future (supports endowment); Feed the Animals (help feed 3,500 hungry animals); Build a Better Zoo (facilities); and Conserve Wildlife (local and global conservation and research projects).

Pandas International

Pandas International is a non-profit organization formed to ensure the preservation and propagation of the Giant Panda. The mission of Pandas International is to raise and provide monies for research, breeding programs, veterinary care and medicines, exchange programs with zoological foundations around the world, habitat preservation and enhancement and education programs to increase public awareness of the Panda as a highly endangered species, in order to prevent the extinction and ensure the continuing existence of the Giant Panda.

World Wildlife Fund: Panda Pages

For more than 45 years, WWF has been protecting the future of nature. The largest multinational conservation organization in the world, WWF works in 100 countries and is supported by 1.2 million members in the United States and close to 5 million globally. Pandas have been an integral part of the WWF's mission for more than two decades. In 1979, WWF was the first international organization to be invited into China to work on panda conservation. To this day, we remain the primary international conservation organization protecting pandas in the whild, and with your help we can ensure their survival.