The overall goal of the HSP is to “contribute to the recovery of endangered, threatened, and other species at risk, and to prevent other species from becoming a conservation concern, by engaging Canadians from all walks of life in conservation actions to benefit wildlife.”
The Aboriginal Fund for Species at Risk (AFSAR), supports the development of Aboriginal capacity to participate actively in the implementation of Species at Risk Act (SARA). The protection of species at risk in Canada depends upon a meaningful collaboration with Aboriginal people and organizations.
The Real Estate Foundation is a philanthropic organization based in British Columbia, Canada. Our mission is to transform land use attitudes and practices through innovation, stewardship, and learning.
Through grants, the Foundation provides funding to non-profit organizations working to enable positive change in BC communities. By supporting innovative and progressive solutions, the Foundation’s work contributes to resilient, healthy communities and natural environments
The Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program (FWCP) has delivered more than 700 projects that conserve and enhance fish, wildlife and their supporting habitats affected by the creation of BC Hydro owned and operated generation facilities in the Coastal, Columbia and Peace regions of British Columbia. More than $100 million has been invested in projects since 1988.
At Vancouver Foundation we are passionate about community. Everything we do is designed to help build more vibrant, healthy and resilient communities across B.C.
Our conservation efforts are part of a bigger conservation approach that spans across Canada, the United States and Mexico. Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) is a part of the North American Waterfowl Management Plan (NAWMP). The objective of this international conservation program is restoring waterfowl populations to average levels enjoyed in the 1970s.
The enviroFund™, a granting program administered by community investment, was created to support initiatives addressing local environmental issues in a positive, constructive and creative manner. Over $3.7 million has been awarded to local groups since the fund was established in 1990.
Formerly the Forest Science Branch, this program researches and investigates new and innovative approaches to conserving and managing BC's forest ecosystems and its biodiversity.
The SFI Conservation and Community Partnerships Grant Program fosters partnerships between organizations interested in improving forest management in the United States and Canada, and responsible procurement globally. Projects address topics of current importance such as improving wildlife habitat management and conservation of biodiversity as well as forest stewardship and economic development.