sign post 2Sumatra is an incredibly special island. The Gunung Leuser National Park in the north is the only place in the world where orangutans, elephants, rhinos and tigers live together.

Between 1st and 31st May 2014, SOS and The Forest Trust brought the Spotlight Sumatra photography exhibition to London. The exhibition was a celebration of the breathtaking array of life found in the island's unique rainforests, and a call to do all we can collectively to save this fragile ecosystem, the last stronghold for many critically endangered species.

This open-air exhibition was a great success, attracting visitors from across London and the country, and spawning a number of related events. We're grateful to our many supporters and volunteers who braved all kinds of weather to help raise awareness about Sumatra's unique wildlife and support SOS's critical work!

 Watch our Spotlight Sumatra video

The Spotlight Sumatra exhibition is now closed, but there are still several ways in which you can help shine a spotlight on the amazing wildlife and forests of Sumatra!

Join us today as a regular donor, and add your voice to the call for change in the fate of Sumatra's forests and critically endangered species.

Buy a beautiful Spotlight Sumatra T-Shirt from our online shop.

Find out about the many other ways that you can get involved in creating a brighter future for orangutans and their forests.