We're Calling On You

We're Calling On You

Help us save Gorillas.

Gorillas are losing their forest homes as vast areas of their habitat is being lost through deforestation for the mining of metals that are used in the production of mobile phones and tablets.

But you can help make a difference. Small actions have a big impact.

Schools challenge

During the months of March - June we are challenging schools to collect as many unused phones as possible for recycling and thus helping reduce the demand for mining of metals in central African rainforests.

Mobile phones will be collected and recycled by our partner MobileMuster and any funds raised through the recycling of mobile phones goes directly to the Jane Goodall Institute to support the protection of great apes in Africa.

Mobile phone being recycled.
Mobile phone being recycled.

How to get involved

It is easier than ever to help gorillas and ensure they have future in the wild.

1. Register your class.

Register your school or class with our mobile phone processing partner MobileMuster.


2. Order your free school's challenge collection kit.

Order your free school's challenge collection kit. Including collection box, recycling satchels, instructions and promotional materials to feature in your classroom.

3. Start collecting.

Start spreading the word and collecting as many phones and tablets as possible! Collection period runs between 3 March - 30 June.

4. Free phone pick up.

Book in your free phone pick up by end of June, phones will be counted throughout July.

5. Win some amazing prizes.

The schools with the most phones collected will win a host of amazing prizes for their school.


Get involved to win

The schools that collect the most mobile phones will win a host of amazing prizes for their school.

Prizes include family Zoo passes, class excursions, online experiences, and a range of tech vouchers.

Read the full Terms & Conditions from MobileMuster.

Learn more

Find out more about gorillas, the threats they face and what we are doing to help save them.