Foundation / Corporation
Grants to USA nonprofits for a broad range of animal protection programs, projects, and activities of national interest. Funding is intended to support comprehensive, creative, solution-based models that help to reduce suffering, that lead to systemic change, and that promote a more compassionate society.
The Foundation supports nationally-significant efforts to ensure the humane treatment, care and well-being of domestic animals and the protection and conservation of endangered wildlife and wildlife in captivity in the U.S.
Domesticated and Companion Animals:
These grants include nationally-significant programs to support the humane treatment, care and well-being of domesticated animals, particularly companion animals. Grants focus on spay/neuter programs to reduce overpopulation, veterinary services, advocacy and public education programs to prevent animal cruelty. Grants to select animal rescue and shelter organizations in specific geographic regions are primarily at the Foundation's initiative.
Wildlife Protection and Conservation:
These grants include nationally-significant projects to protect and conserve wildlife, support critical advocacy, policy and education initiatives, and provide sanctuary care for primates. Grants made to select organizations in specific geographic regions are primarily at the Foundation's initiative.
Grants for domestic animal shelters and wildlife rescue organizations are made only at the initiative of the Foundation. Unsolicited requests for domestic animal shelters will not be considered.
GrantWatch ID#: 179468
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
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Please use the application documents provided below and submit all written correspondence to:
Park Foundation, Inc.,
140 Seneca Way, Suite 100
Ithaca, NY 14850
Susan Kittel, Senior Program Associate, Community Needs, Animal Welfare
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