What We Fund
Teaching people, especially children, to respect and care for animals, as well as highlighting our connection to them, their community, and our shared environment.
Supporting at-risk animal species alongside the communities living near them, in order to protect their habitat, reduce human-animal conflict, and strengthen the relationships between communities and the animals that share their spaces.
Supporting organizations that are providing and improving care and treatment for animals.
We are still learning and exploring opportunities in this area. We expect our parameters to evolve and become clearer as we grant. We currently:
prioritize organizations with a broad reach (national or significant regional footprint)
seek partners implementing system-wide solutions or creating best practices
focus on vulnerable populations
do not fund volunteer-based companion animal rescue groups, sustainable practices around farming, fishing or food production, land trusts or environmental conservation efforts