Make the Jardin des Mondes shine outside its walls!
Our values and our objectives.
After being in existence for over 20 years, and with significant on-the-ground experience gained through the development of Pairi Daiza Park, Pairi Daiza Foundation was created out of the desire to bring together all those who want to move beyond a sense of wonder to action so that together we can demonstrate that it is possible to ensure that human beings can develop and flourish in perfect harmony with nature.
The principal objective of the Pairi Daiza Foundation is to ensure the development of the human species in perfect harmony with nature. Indeed, we believe that nature cannot be saved without helping men and women to flourish by conserving and improving their living environments and keeping these intact for future generations.
Our objectives can be summarised in 4 areas in which priority action is needed:
- Protection of habitats for their conservation and their rehabilitation with a view to natural recolonisation of species
- Reintroduction of animal and plant species into their original habitats
- Scientific research
- Protection and enhancement of the world's cultural heritage
Because we believe in the sharing of experiences and in the richness of human interactions, your support will directly benefit projects selected because of their ability to provide concrete solutions on the ground.
The Pairi Daiza Foundation is a public-interest foundation established in accordance with the law of the twenty-seventh of June, nineteen twenty-one.
Established in 2015, the articles of association of the Pairi Daiza Foundation, published in the Moniteur Belge (the official Belgian gazette), state that its strategic management is controlled by an independent board of directors, made up of persons representing a diversity of cultural, social, political and philosophical trends. These people are also chosen in accordance with the skills that are useful for the Foundation.
The Board is chaired by the founder, Eric Domb. The role of director in the Pairi Daiza Foundation is not remunerated.