Saving Endangered Amazon Reptiles and Amphibians Empowering LGBTQ+ Indigenous Conservation Leaders Endangered Pink Dolphins & Zoonotic Pathogens Magic School Bus Saving Colombian Rainforests!

Women for Conservation

Org #69580
Vetted since 2021 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
2019
year founded
$3,278
raised on GlobalGiving
6
months fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Women for Conservation partners with women from all over the world to protect endangered wildlife and their habitats. We empower women in rural communities by providing access to conservation education, sustainable economic opportunities, and reproductive healthcare.

Project Leaders
Sara Lara
Sara Lara
Emily Knudson
Emily Knudson
Team
Sara Lara, Isabella Cortes, Alex Antram, Emily Knudson, Deanna Alderson, Natalie Kobsa-Mark
Organization Information
PO Box 952
Warrenton, VA 20188
United States
202-361-3959
Organization Information
PO Box 952
Warrenton, VA 20188
United States
202-361-3959

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Thank's for Supporting Colombian Women Scientists!

By Emily Knudson | Director of Outreach and Philanthropy

Summary: Thanks to your generous support and a seed grant from Daughters for Earth, we have made significant strides in empowering women scientists and protecting the Amazon Rainforest wildlife. Your... Read the full report ›

Thanks for helping protect Threatened Andean Bears

By Emily Knudson | Director of Outreach and Philanthropy

Dear Women for Conservation Family, We are thrilled to share the progress of our project, Community Conservation for Andean Bears in Bolivia, as we work towards our 2024 grant goal of $15,000. We... Read the full report ›

Thanks for supporting Women Saving Amazon Wildlife

By Emily Knudson | Director of Outreach and Philanthropy

Summary: Thanks to your generous support and a seed grant from Daughters for Earth, we have made significant strides in empowering women scientists and protecting the Amazon Rainforest wildlife. Your... Read the full report ›
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