Championing land, water, oceans, and the people protecting natural resources for future generations

A note from The Moore Charitable Foundation: Covid-19

We hope that you and your family, friends and colleagues are staying healthy during this challenging time. With you, we will continue to protect our precious land, water, wildlife and the well-being of our communities, and we thank you for your tireless dedication.

Protecting scenic, historic and natural landscapes to help wildlife and surrounding communities

Faced with population growth, development pressure, energy infrastructure, extreme weather, and a changing climate, The Moore Charitable Foundation is committed to strategic partnerships that conserve open spaces and advance forest health to safeguard our natural environment and to ensure diverse species and abundant ecosystems for future generations.

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Fulfilling a Pledge to Rebuild the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian​

Following Hurricane Dorian's devastating strike to the Bahamas in September 2019, conservation philanthropist Louis Bacon, chairman of The Moore Charitable Foundation, pledged $1 million to relief and recovery efforts. After supporting emergency relief in the days after Dorian, MCF’s Bahamas affiliate, Moore Bahamas Foundation, conducted an assessment to identify longer-term projects that would advance strategic, sustainable recovery in partnership with relief and conservation organizations, government agencies, and Bahamian communities.

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Driving tangible results in environmental conservation

The Moore Charitable Foundation is committed to effective environmental conservation and community stewardship through strong partnerships. With our partners, we are preserving open land and healthy forests, ensuring clean water, advancing marine area and species protections, and fostering future generations of conservation and community stewards.

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28

Years

Number of years The Moore Charitable Foundation has been driving conservation impact

199

Grantees

Number of grantees in land, water, marine, and community initiatives The Moore Charitable Foundation is proud to have supported last year

234

Square Kilometers

Size of marine reserve around British Overseas Territory Ascension Island, secured with partners and our support

  • 28

    Years

    Number of years The Moore Charitable Foundation has been driving conservation impact

  • 199

    Grantees

    Number of grantees in land, water, marine, and community initiatives The Moore Charitable Foundation is proud to have supported last year

  • 234

    Square Kilometers

    Size of marine reserve around British Overseas Territory Ascension Island, secured with partners and our support

“We are grateful to The Moore Charitable Foundation for partnering with us to defend our state’s precious natural riches.” — Derb Carter, Director, Southern Environmental Law Center, North Carolina

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Moore Bahamas Foundation Announces Next Round of Grants As Part of $1MM Dorian Pledge: Louis Bacon continues to fulfill commitment to environmental and humanitarian needs in The Bahamas exacerbated by COVID-19

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New grants are part of conservation philanthropist Louis Bacon’s million-dollar commitment to environmental and humanitarian relief in The Bahamas.

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The Taos Community Foundation’s Fund for Taos has announced a new matching grant from the Taos Ski Valley Foundation to raise emergency funds for addressing the coronavirus crisis.

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