The Okapi Conservation project is managed by White Oak Conservation Center, Inc. (WOCC) a  not-for-profit organization founded in 2001 to conserve threatened species through the support of training, research, education, community outreach and protection. Thanks to the generous support of our donors, foundations and partner organizations WOCC has raised over $15M since its inception for wildlife conservation.

WOCC is committed to supporting the conservation of rare and vulnerable species in nature through its well established partnerships with global conservation organizations such as the International Rhino Foundation, the Okapi Conservation Project, the Wildlife Conservation Society and the Wildlife Conservation Network.  100% of all donations go directly to support projects in range states.