444S Foundation

Giving to support environmental, wildlands, and wildlife protection efforts in the Pacific Northwest and especially in the Northwest Territories, Yukon Territory, and the American arctic.

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Cinnabar Foundation

Since 1983, the Cinnabar Foundation has been Montana's homegrown conservation fund. Seeded with a generous bequest by Len and Sandy Sargent, the foundation has attracted donations from dozens of others who have made a permanent investment in Montana's conservation legacy.

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Compton Foundation

The Compton Foundation supports work in climate change, peace and national security, and reproductive rights and justice. Within those core areas, the work they support must be a match with their transformative leadership and courageous storytelling approaches. They value projects that explore the connections between issue areas, and will occasionally fund organizations that are strengthening these fields indirectly through movement building leadership or storytelling work.

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Wilburforce Foundation

Wilburforce Foundation protects wildlife and targeted wildlands in Western North America by actively supporting organizations and leaders advancing conservation solutions. They support efforts to create a network of protected core reserves, corridors and buffer zones across Western North America that will support ecologically effective landscapes and viable wildlife populations.

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Social Venture Partners

SVP is a network of engaged donors, or Partners. With a partnership of over 420 local individuals, it contributes professional know-how, financial resources, and philanthropic passion to nonprofit organizations throughout King County. Volunteer experiences combined with SVP's philanthropic education curriculum enrich Partners and develop leaders. Through its Environment grantmaking area, SVP seeks to promote a healthy future for all life in the Pacific Northwest by fostering environmental stewardship that is ecologically based and economically sound.

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Russell Family Foundation

The Russell Family Foundation is committed to improving protection of the environment in western Washington, with an emphasis on the waters of Puget Sound. The foundation focuses its grantmaking in this program on Puget Sound, Environmental Education, and Green Business.

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Patagonia

Patagonia's Environmental Grants Program gives at the grassroots level to innovative groups overlooked or rejected by other corporate donors. They fund activists who take radical and strategic steps to protect habitat, wilderness, and biodiversity.

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Packard Foundation

The Conservation and Science Program of the Packard Foundation is focused on ocean and land conservation, climate change mitigation, and scientific research. We invest in action and ideas that conserve and restore ecosystems while enhancing human well-being. We support public policy reforms, changes in private sector practices, and scientific activities to develop essential knowledge and tools for addressing current and future priorities.

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Northwest Fund for the Environment

Grants by the Northwest Fund are from an endowment designated to be spent promoting change in the uses of natural resources which will increase their protection and preservation in the State of Washington. Special emphasis is placed on the protection of wild fish, native wildlife, natural forests, wetlands, and shorelines, and the preservation of pure and free-flowing waters.

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Mead Foundation

The Mead Foundation supports organizations dedicated to preserving and improving the environment, the advancement of medical science, and other important social needs. Environmental support is primarily in the western United States with emphasis on Northern California, Oregon, Washington, and Alaska.

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Lazar Foundation

The Lazar Foundation is dedicated to funding innovative and strategic projects that protect the environment in the Pacific Northwest: Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, Alaska, and Idaho.

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Laird Norton Family Foundation

Supporting watershed stewardship in Washington, Oregon, Montana, and Idaho, as well as policy work supporting the Western Climate Initiative and improving energy efficiency in Washington and Oregon.

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Hewlett Foundation

The goals of the Hewlett Foundation's Environment Program include protecting the great ecosystems of the North American West and slowing global climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

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Harder Foundation

The Harder Foundation is dedicated to the preservation of an American quality of life that includes clean air and drinking water, unpolluted lakes and rivers, and healthy forests, parks, and wildlands. They have a special concern for the protection of wildlife populations and the habitats on which they depend. Projects funded by The Harder Foundation typically involve efforts to achieve long-term protection of specific public forests and wildlands, rivers, near shore marine ecosystems, and estuaries.

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Fund for Wild Nature

The Fund for Wild Nature provides small grants to small groups who get things done. They fund only project-oriented expenses supporting action for wildlife, rivers, wilderness, anf the places that support the interdependent life that sustains our planet.

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Conservation Alliance

The Conservation Alliance's mission is to engage outdoor businesses to help protect and conserve threatened wild places for their habitat and recreation values.

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Campion Foundation

The Campion Foundation's wilderness funding seeks to secure permanent protection for the remaining wild lands of western North America.

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Bullitt Foundation

The Bullitt Foundation's mission is to safeguard the natural environment by promoting responsible human activities and sustainable communities in the Pacific Northwest. The Foundation's geographic focus is the Emerald Corridor: the region bounded by Vancouver, B.C. to the north, Portland, Oregon, to the south, and the Cascade range to the east. Within that geographic range, work is targeted to specific sub-regions generally associated with the three major population centers and more rural areas experiencing significant growth pressures.

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Bella Vista Foundation

The Bella Vista Foundation's Ecosystem Restoration program focuses on protecting, restoring, and revitalizing five watershed ecosystems in California and Oregon. Within these key watersheds, the foundation's priorities are promoting the sustainable management of forest and agricultural land, revitalizing streams, restoring riparian areas, and protecting biodiversity, with the goal of enhancing and maintaining self-sustaining watershed ecosystems.

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