Lulu is one of the lucky ones. Lulu the chimpanzee was fortunate enough to be rescued from a publicly-funded biomedical research lab, and is now thriving at The Humane Society of the United States’ animal sanctuary in Texas. But nearly 1,200 chimps - some of whom were captured in the wild - still suffer in labs across the country, routinely subjected to painful and invasive experiments or warehoused in cages. Some have been held for more than 50 years. These chimps can't wait any longer. Please help end their misery by making a special gift today.
Help the Chimps!

Chimps are highly intelligent animals with rich social and emotional lives. They feel a wide range of emotions, including anxiety, depression, empathy and grief. Your support today will allow The Humane Society of the United States to move every chimp from the darkness of a research lab to the sunshine of a sanctuary.

The Humane Society of the United States is determined to end the use of invasive biomedical research and testing on chimps. Your gift will help ensure that The Humane Society of the United States has the resources they need to push for critical policy reforms to phase out the use of chimps - our closest living relatives - in biomedical research. Please help The Humane Society of the United States fight to provide a better life for these intelligent and sensitive animals, who would otherwise be condemned to suffer decades in U.S. research labs. Thank you for helping the chimps, and for all you do for animals.