US Fish and Wildlife Service – Division of International Conservation Asian Elephant Program:  The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is working to mitigate human-elephant conflict and stop poaching by supporting conservation projects working to identify ways to alleviate human-elephant conflict, increase law enforcement capacity to monitor illegal logging and poaching, and conduct community outreach and awareness to inspire pride and optimism for Asian elephants in range countries. The United States Congress passed the Asian Elephant Conservation Act in 1997, which established a fund for the protection of the Asian elephant and the conservation of its habitat.

National Geographic Conservation Trust: The National Geographic Society has been investing in bold people and transformative ideas since we were awarded our first grant in 1890.

Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund: The Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund is an innovative philanthropy proving small grants to boots-on-the-ground, get-your-hands-dirty, in-the-field species conservation projects for the world’s most threatened species. Through innovative micro-financing, the MBZ Fund empowers conservationists to fight the extinction crisis instead of bureaucracy and red-tape. To date the Fund has awarded over 2,100 grants to a diverse range of species across the world.

Margot Marsh Biodiversity Foundation: Supports organizations which operate wildlife and conservation protection programs on a worldwide basis.