Since 1989, The Conservation Alliance has leveraged more than $29 million to 285 organizations through grantmaking and conservation projects in support for wild places and outdoor spaces that make our communities stronger, support local economies, and remove barriers to people getting outside. All of which contribute to a healthy, livable planet.
Learn about current and past grantees and their commitment to conservation.
The Conservation Alliance is excited to present the recipients of its Summer 2022 Grants. In this cycle, $690,000 in grants were dispersed to 16 organizations working to protect outdoor spaces and wild places throughout North America.
The Conservation Alliance Grant Review Process and Tips for Reviewing Grant Proposals Finalizing the Ballot: The Conservation Alliance’s Internal Review Process The Conservation Alliance staff and board received 55 applications in the Summer 2022 grant cycle. We spent two months reading and reviewing applications and came up with a list of 21 projects for the…
When Lillie Douglas was growing up on Valentine Street in East St. Louis, Illinois, she remembers roller skating down the sidewalks in her neighborhood. She swung from tire swings suspended in the trees and played stickball in the street.
We’re excited to announce the Confluence Program grantees: Apache Stronghold, Monumental SHIFT Coalition, Southeast Alaska Indigenous Transboundary Commission, and Valentine Conservation Community Project.