Why It Matters

Strengthening environmental stewardship is a driving priority for our future generations. The Moore Charitable Foundation provides ongoing support for education programs — from local early childhood institutions and youth groups to regional scholarships and post-graduate collaborations — to inspire respect and passion for our natural world and to enact conservation strategies that will sustain our precious planet moving forward.

The Moore Charitable Foundation also engages with local communities and integral nonprofits such as hospitals, emergency services, food banks, public libraries, cultural and historical festivals, school districts, and historic museums. The health and wellbeing of our local communities is foundational to what we do.

Future Generation Priorities

Youth and Community Programs

The Moore Charitable Foundation empowers new conservationists and community youth with knowledge, healthy and mind-expanding experiences, and tools to become contributors and stewards in their communities and beyond.

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Thought Leadership and Scholars

The foundation creates opportunities for higher learning and developing programs to establish innovative, sustainable, and collaborative ecological and cultural practices and policies, locally and globally.

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Healthy Communities

The foundation invests in acclaimed, critical and local programs, services, and events to help lift up communities, including hospitals, schools, and cultural centers.

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Scholarships

In 2019, Rocky Mountain Youth Corps provided 142 AmeriCorps Education Scholarship Awards to at-risk youth in northern New Mexico after on-the-job training in forest restoration.

$100K

Incentive Prize

The Salazar Center for North American Conservation is offering a $100,000 incentive prize to nonprofits and other conservation-centric groups throughout North America to come up with the best ideas for creating meaningful change.

380

Teachers

To date, 380 teachers have graduated from Colorado Open Lands' Teacher Training Workshops and have passed skills and knowledge to more than 22,000 K-12 students across the state.

  • 142

    Scholarships

    In 2019, Rocky Mountain Youth Corps provided 142 AmeriCorps Education Scholarship Awards to at-risk youth in northern New Mexico after on-the-job training in forest restoration.

  • $100K

    Incentive Prize

    The Salazar Center for North American Conservation is offering a $100,000 incentive prize to nonprofits and other conservation-centric groups throughout North America to come up with the best ideas for creating meaningful change.

  • 380

    Teachers

    To date, 380 teachers have graduated from Colorado Open Lands' Teacher Training Workshops and have passed skills and knowledge to more than 22,000 K-12 students across the state.

"Making an education available for underprivileged students requires hard work and true dedication. Both are found in the ongoing support Centennial School District receives from Trinchera Blanca Foundation. Their support gives students opportunities to succeed through higher education." – Talia Guerrero, School Counselor, Centennial School District

Recent News

The Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust announces a generous grant from Trinchera Blanca Foundation to help make additional conservation in Colorado’s San Luis Valley possible in 2020 and beyond.

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The North Carolina Coastal Federation announces support from the Orton Foundation to mitigate pollution, restore coastal habitats and water quality, and strengthen coastal resilience in the Lower Cape Fear River estuary.

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Oysters act as natural water filters and are the original ecosystem engineers of the New York Harbor. As a result of overharvesting, dredging and pollution,

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