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WWF supports local conservation efforts

WWF-Canada recognizes that we can do more together to reverse the decline of wildlife, supporting each other, than we can alone. 
 
WWF is proud to offer several granting initiatives to individuals, community groups, schools, students and local conservation organizations who are working on the ground to restore habitat, advance scientific research and address the major threats to wildlife and our freshwater ecosystems.

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YOUR IMPACT


To date, WWF-Canada has awarded more than $2.3 million in grants to support 155 projects across the country. Together, these grants have:

  • Restored habitat for monarchs, bats, bees, turtles, fish and other wildlife 

  • Planted 24,000 trees 

  • Contributed to scientific research on polar bears, whales, salmon, caribou, birds, pronghorn and the health of our country’s freshwater ecosystems

Go Wild Community Grants

Go Wild Community Grants, presented by TELUS, support groups and individuals with grants up to $7,000 to undertake projects to restore habitat, monitor species at risk or help Canadians connect with nature and take to protect our country’s diverse wildlife and varied ecosystems.

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Go Wild School Grants

From kindergarten to the post-secondary level, Go Wild School Grants provide educators and students with small grants to connect their school community with nature through educational, hands-on projects.

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Loblaw Water Fund
The Loblaw Water Fund provides grants of up to $25,000 to registered charitable organizations and not-for-profits working on projects to conserve, protect or restore freshwater and riparian habitats and the species living within them or collect long-term monitoring data on the health of our waters.

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Arctic Species Conservation Fund
The Arctic Species Conservation Fund supports high-quality research and stewardship actions to safeguard some of Canada’s most iconic species, including beluga whales, bowhead whales, narwhals, barren-ground caribou, polar bears and walrus. Universities, independent researchers, community organizations, consulting firms, government and non-governmental organizations are eligible for funding.
 

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