Donors Giving Grants for Wildlife Protection

This year, on 3 March 2019, World Wildlife Day will be celebrated across the globe with the theme ‘Life below water: for people and planet.’ This is for the first time, World Wildlife Day is focusing on life below water.

It is a great opportunity to raise awareness about the breathtaking diversity of marine life, the crucial importance of marine species to human development, and how we can make sure it will continue to provide these services for future generations.

Donors Giving Grants for Wildlife Protection

Marine wildlife has enriched our lives culturally, spiritually, and recreationally in different ways. It has also sustained human civilization and development for millennia, from providing food and nourishment, to material for handicraft and construction.

There are many NGOs who are working all around the world to bring back several iconic animals from the brink of extinction. NGOs in partnership with numerous international organizations and foundations are always putting their efforts to stabilize and increase populations of our priority species.

Due to the enthusiastic and global efforts, the number of endangered species is now increasing steadily. There are many projects and programmes which have been initiated by the wildlife NGOs and to successfully implement them, the international organizations provide funding through their opened calls.

Every year, these organizations open their calls to support NGOs in conserving wildlife species and their habitat. Therefore, keeping this in mind, we have made a guide on “Donors Giving Grants for Wildlife Protection” available exclusively for our premium members. If you are a FundsforNGOs Premium Member, you can download this document by logging in here.

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