Did you know...?


The Orangutan Protection Foundation supports the largest primate rescue and rehabilitation organisation in the world today operated by BOS Foundation.

The Foundation has nearly 4,000 orangutans under its protection. That equates to 10% of the world's remaining population.

It employs over 500 people at its projects in Central & East Kalimantan.

Nearly all of its employees are Indonesian, empowering local people to be a force for change.

Did you know....?

Orangutans demonstrate aptitude with tools.

Their colour renders them invisible when in the canopy.

Rambutans and durian are their favourite fruits!

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Meet the Trustees

Our board of trustees is in charge of the governance and strategic direction of the charity. They volunteer their time and skills to OPF, ensuring the money you donate is used in the best possible way to support the rescue, rehabilitation and long-term protection of the orangutan.

We also have two wonderful ambassadors on the team who play an instrumental role in raising awareness about the orangutans and their plight.

Jeremy Hulme

Jeremy Hulme has worked for international animal charities for 25 years and is currently the chief executive of SPANA. As CEO of SPANA, Jeremy has overseen a significant growth of new veterinary and education programmes internationally. In 2012 Jeremy received an honorary doctorate from the University of Essex’s Writtle College in recognition of his ‘services to the animal industries’. In his spare time Jeremy enjoys painting and is well known amongst his own charity's supporters for his beautifully designed Christmas cards.

 

 

 

John RWD Jones QC

John R.W.D. Jones is a barrister who specialises in the law of extradition, counter-terrorism and war crimes. Having read philosophy, politics and economics at St Edmund Hall, Oxford before taking an MA in Law at City University, London and an LLM at George Washington University, Washington DC, John was called to the Bar by Lincoln's Inn in 1992. John has practiced as an international criminal lawyer at the war crimes tribunals for the former Yugoslavia, Rwanda, Sierra Leone and the European Court of Justice, as well as undertaking pro bono work. With his wife Misha, John has climbed Mount Kilimanjaro to raise funds for BOS Foundation. In 2012, John travelled to see firsthand the work of BOS Foundation, to ensure the donations provided through OPF are being put to the best possible use.

 

 

 

Lady Slynn of Hadley

Lady Slynn is a humanitarian and philanthropist who established, and is the Chairperson of the British branch of Child In Need India (CINI). Previously Lady Slynn held the position of Chairman of SPANA. Born in France, Lady Slynn moved to London in 1959 and worked as a nurse in Hammersmith Hospital. In 1962 she married Gordon Slynn, who became a Law Lord in 1992, conferring a life peerage. Lady Slynn joined her fellow trustees on the OPF trip to Borneo in June last year and met the staff who are changing lives and improving conditions for the orangutans we are all working hard to protect. 

 

  

 

Alan Edwards

Alan Edwards is a business entrepreneur and philanthrophist who became aware of the plight of the orangutan in 2011. His passion for the cause was fuelled further when he met the orangutans for the first time in June 2012. Since then, his dedication has reached out to bring awareness to others in his circle of influence. Alan brings skill in engagement and fundraising at a grassroots level to the OPF table. His contributions - financial and expertise - have made possible the continued growth of the charitable efforts of OPF.

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