The Andes Amazon Fund has partnered with Nature & Culture to establish and effectively manage over one million acres of protected areas in the Amazon Basin of Peru.
Beginning in 2007, Blue Moon Fund supported our work in Loreto and Ucayali, Peru in the creation of regional protected areas such as the one million acre Maijuna-Kichwa Reserve. They are now part of the Andes Amazon Fund.
Century Arts Foundation
The Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund is a joint initiative of l'Agence Française de Développement, Conservation International, the European Union, the Global Environment Facility, the Government of Japan and the World Bank. A fundamental goal is to ensure civil society is engaged in biodiversity conservation.
Desert Tortoise Council
Disney Conservation Fund supported our work in Alamos, Mexico in 2014 with a grant to implement a camera trap system within our Monte Mojino Reserve to track jaguars and other important species.
Earth’s Birthday supported our work in Amazonas, Peru, where we work to protect critical Amazon forests and the highly endemic Marañon watershed.
Foundation Ensemble is supporting Nature & Culture-Amazonas through a three year grant to increase and improve local communities’ production of shade-grown organic coffee to protect the forests of the Amazon and Maranon Valley of Peru.
The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation has been an instrumental partner in the creation and management of 5.5 million acres of protected areas in the Peruvian Amazon.
After supporting Nature & Culture's work in the Chocó region of Ecuador in 2014, the Hollomon Price Foundation stepped up in 2015 to support of our expansion into Colombia and Bolivia as well as our programs in Ecuador and Peru.
The Jewish Community Foundation has been an important conduit for providing individual donor support to us since 2006.
The Moxie Foundation's support has been integral to our expansion throughout Ecuador's Andean corridor - a global biodiversity hotspot - where we have protected nearly 350,000 acres of tropical forests and water resources to date.
National Committee of the Netherlands
The Overbrook Foundation has supported our watershed and reserve programs in Ecuador.
The Paul M. Angell Foundation is supporting our work to establish and manage the Tropical Pacific Seas Reserve, the first marine protected area off the coast of northwest Peru. The Foundation has been instrumental in organizing local fishermen to protect their waters and the local fish stock for the country.
The Robert Wilson Charitable Trust has matched our in-country counterpart's funding since 2006 to conserve the Amazon rainforests of Peru.
The San Diego Foundation has been an important conduit for providing individual donor support to us since 2008.
The Stiefel Behner Charitable Fund has generously supported our ongoing work in Ecuador as well as our expansion into Bolivia and Colombia.
The Tinker Foundation supports our watershed programs in Ecuador. The Foundation has helped us protect more than 200,000 acres of tropical Andes and the water supply for one million people. In 2016, the Foundation awarded Nature & Culture a grant to expand our watershed program and launch Ecuador's first water school.
Tuscon Herpetological Society
The Turtle Conservancy is funding our work in Sonora, Mexico to conserve the tropical deciduous forest home to many unique species, including a new species of desert tortoise.
US Fish and Wildlife Service
Walton Family Foundation
World Land Trust is a critical funder in land purchases that have been necessary in Ecuador, and most recently Peru, to link vital conservation lands of the tropical Andes and Amazon forests.