General Grant Program to protect Threatened Wild Places (US)
The Conservation Alliance has announced a general grant fund that seeks to protect threatened wild places throughout North America for their habitat and recreational values.
As a group of outdoor industry companies, they recognize the responsibility to help protect the wildlands and waterways on which the customers recreate and wildlife thrives.
The Conservation Alliance looking for:
Landscape-scale projects that have a clear benefit for habitat;
Indigenous-led conservation initiatives;
Projects that benefit underserved communities and organizations that work directly with these communities; and
Projects that significantly mitigate the impacts of climate change.
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The Conservation Alliance accept grant requests up to $50,000.
The Conservation Alliance makes grants to registered 501(c)(3) organizations whose work meets each of the following criteria:
The project should seek to secure lasting and quantifiable protection of a specific wild land or waterway. (They do not fund general education, restoration, stewardship, or scientific research projects.)
The campaign should engage grassroots citizen action in support of the conservation effort.
All projects must have a clear recreational benefit.
The project should have a good chance of final success within four years.
For more information, visit http://www.conservationalliance.com/funding-criteria/