Wildlife Conservation Network
Principal Office: USA
The Wildlife Conservation Network (WCN) is dedicated to protecting endangered species and preserving their natural habitats around the world.
WCN collaborates with independent conservationists who live and work in developing countries, and who are exploring new ways to resolve the conflicts between people and wildlife. These conservation entrepreneurs are WCN’s associates and partners.
Grant Programs for Agriculture, Energy, Environment, Natural Resources
WCN supports conservation associates and partners with in-kind contributions to help them with networking and capacity building.
1 — Exhibitors. Exhibitors are organizations that receive a free space to exhibit at the Wildlife Conservation Expo. WCS gives exhibitor status to qualified nonprofit organizations active in wildlife conservation and/or animal welfare.
2 — Partners. Partnerships are organized around threatened and endangered wildlife species and species groups. WCN assists partners with networking, media promotion, coaching in fundraising and donor development, and technical and computer assistance.
WCN’s partners are registered nonprofit organizations, usually with an organizational budget below US$250 thousand.
WCN favors programs which have recently progressed beyond the start-up phase, and where the principal conservationist and budget expenditures are highly focused in the range states.
Partners receive assistance with fundraising to achieve a minimum goal of US$20 thousand per year.
Based on these submissions, WCN invites full proposals from a limited number of applicants.
The WCN considers applications for new partnerships on an annual cycle. Each year, WCN posts a timeline for receipt of LOIs and proposals.
Geographical Distribution of Grant Activities in Developing Countries
CommentsApplicants to WCN should review Wildlife Programs for an overview of the network’s interests and current partnerships.
Contact information is provided.
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