We're always in search of ways to partner with great people doing great things. In order for us to better evaluate how we can work together, we need more information from you.
You must be a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is aligned with one of our three charitable programs: preservation, education, or wellness. Due to the overwhelming amount of grant applications we receive each year, we will only accept unsolicited grant applications from Wildlife Conservation nonprofit organizations in 2024.
We believe in preserving our history so that we can understand and educate the importance of community. Historic places affect our identity and have a direct impact on our well-being.
We believe it's our duty to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. We envision a world where everyone works in harmony to protect what is important so that all life on this planet can thrive.
We believe it’s our responsibility to support nonprofit organizations pioneering innovative solutions to reduce food waste, prompt food recovery, and ensure that nutritious meals reach those in need. All of this leads to a more sustainable and equitable world.
We are dedicated to helping nonprofit organizations that nurture compassion and respect for all living animals. We must have animal-focused organizations that advocate for animal rights and provide humane treatment across all spectrums.
We are looking for schools that are providing young children with a creative and balanced approach to education. Things we love in early childhood curriculums:
We are looking for schools that teach students the essential 21st-century skills needed for the future:
Teachers are essential to providing children with the best possible education. We must invest in their future and are always looking for teams that help them succeed in educating future generations.
We are looking for teams that are helping those who struggle with mental health issues such as:
We are actively looking for teams that are educating and creating awareness to promote a more balanced technological lifestyle around the world.
Being outside can improve memory, fight depression, lower blood pressure, and more! We support organizations that facilitate and encourage more outdoor activities that help create healthier communities.
We support nonprofits that provide communities with leaders who can foster creativity, health, wellness and career advancement.
We meet twice a year to review new grant applications. Below is our current schedule that outlines our deadlines.
03.31.24 Grant Applications Due
04.19.24 1st Quarter Review Deadline
09.20.24 Grant Applications Due
10.18.24 3rd Quarter Review Deadline
Complete and submit this application within one of the quarterly deadline windows mentioned above. You will be contacted by a foundation representative should more information be needed and/or if the application has been approved.
Please contact us for more inquiries.