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Wilburforce Foundation

Wilburforce Foundation

Status:

Posted:

Deadline: 

Rolling

Funding

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Match Required?

Eligibility

Alaska,Arizona,California,Idaho,Montana,Nevada,New Mexico,Oregon,Washington,Wyoming

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Nonprofit

Contact

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Phone:

206-632-2325

Source Type:

Private

Wilburforce Foundation helps conserve important lands, waters and wildlife in Western North America by supporting organizations and leaders advancing strategic solutions. Funding is focused in specific geographic areas.The Foundation makes investments that contribute to the following types of outcomes:* Increase access to and use of scientific, legal, political, and economic information resources;* Improve the efficiency and effectiveness of grantee organizations conservation leaders, and other allies;* Increase communication, cooperation and collaboration among grantees, stakeholders, decision-makers and/or allies;* Increase awareness, support and utilization of conservation policies, plans and practices that protect wildlife habitat;* Decrease or mitigate threats to wildlife habitat;* Improve the protected status of wildlife habitat;* Improve the ecological resilience of the landscapes in which we work.Applicant organizations should be classified as 501(c)(3) by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service or 149(1)(f) by the Canadian Customs and Revenue Agency. Wilburforce Foundation will consider funding a limited number of grants for organizations that do not have these legal designations. If you are seeking a grant but do not have public charity status, please raise this early in discussions with a Program Officer.Applicants who are interested in submitting a grant proposal must contact the appropriate staff member prior to developing a proposal. Please do not submit a full proposal without first contacting a Program Officer. Exact s are not published because they are dependent on the applicant's conversation with the Program Officer. 4/6

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