The mission of the Paul M. Angell Family Foundation is to advance society through the performing arts, conservation of the world’s oceans, and alleviation of poverty.
Grant Programs for Agriculture, Energy, Environment, Natural Resources
Conservation. The Paul M Angell Family Foundation makes grants for the protection of the world’s oceans and species.
Grants support site-specific projects to improve the health of ocean habitats and to enhance their ability to withstand climate change.
In addition, the Foundation funds efforts for species protection, particularly regarding apex ocean predators. The Foundation will consider grants for other types of water-related conservation on a limited basis.
Eligible projects include research, conservation, and/or restoration.
APPLICATION: The Foundation manages two grant cycles per year. The application periods are posted.
Applicants submit Letters of Inquiry (LOI) online, by program area. The Foundation reviews the LOI’s to invite full applications from selected applicants.
About how to apply
Geographical Distribution of Grant Activities in Developing Countries
Note: Several past conservation grants have focused on projects in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The grants database can be searched by organization, program, and grants cycle.
The site presents a short profile of Paul M Angell.
The Foundation provides a telephone number in Chicago and an email form for contact.