Updated Sep 29, 2019CLOSED

Disney Conservation Fund

The Disney Conservation Fund gives priority consideration to holistic programs addressing a significant conservation need (or projects that are part of a program) which reflect:
Education and community engagement, including measuring results (see below for additional information on expectations for education components)
Sustainable development programs directly connected to protecting species and habitats
Scientific field studies on species and habitats (the Disney Conservation Fund does not fund ex-situ projects/project components)
Although the fund recognizes that basic science is a critical first step in conservation initiatives, preference is given to projects where there is a significant conservation action component
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CLOSEDOct 18, 2019Deadline
Up to $50,000Amount

Mandatory Requirements

Implemented In:
RegionAfrica, Asia and Pacific, Europe and Eurasia, Latin America / Caribbean, North America, Middle East and North Africa and Low and Middle Income Countries
Focus AreasEnvironment
We encourage scientists, students and institutions to work with nonprofit organizations to apply. Only charitable organizations may apply, and organizations must meet eligibility requirements.

Non-US charity organizations without US 501(c)(3) nonprofit status may apply directly for Disney Conservation Fund support and are no longer required to identify a US 501(c)(3) nonprofit intermediary if they meet certain criteria. To be considered eligible, non-US charity organizations without US 501(c)(3) status must be considered a nonprofit/charity organization in their own country, please refer to TechSoup’s local NGO definitions for additional details.

Application Directions

To receive an invitation for the next annual grant application year, please complete an application inquiry in the CyberGrants online system.


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