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Thank you to the following foundations and corporations for their commitment to protecting North America’s biodiversity and to NatureServe’s mission of leveraging the power of science, data, and technology to guide biodiversity conservation and stewardship. 

444S Foundation

The 444S Foundation is an environmentalist grantmaking organization associated with the family of the late former Sierra Club president Edgar Wayburn focused on grantmaking to environmental groups working in the Northwestern United States, Alaska, and Canada.

Aramco Services Company

Aramco Americas provides new thinking, new approaches, and new solutions for the future of energy.

BAND Foundation

The BAND Foundation is a US-based private family foundation that makes grants in support of nature conservation and epilepsy care.  We strive to back visionary individuals and institutions, promote science-based solutions, catalyze additional funding and operate in a collaborative, adaptive and risk-tolerant manner. 


Working to deliver the energy the world needs while protecting the environment. 


Focused on meeting society’s evolving needs for energy and essential products and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. 

The Manton Foundation

The Manton Foundation focuses its giving in New England and supports a range of organizations and causes, including, but not limited to, education, arts and culture, medical research, historic preservation and conservation. 

The Regina Bauer Frankenberg Foundation 

The Regina Frankenberg Bauer Foundation mission includes protecting endangered and threatened species through supporting conservation and research projects. 

The Sidney E. Frank Foundation

The Sidney E. Frank Foundation helps raise the quality of life for communities and children through programs in art, theater, poetry, music, education, and land conservation, and by addressing issues including climate change and celiac disease.

The Wilberforce Foundation

The Wilburforce Foundation empowers conservation leaders to protect the irreplaceable lands, waters and wildlife of western North America.