The Moore Charitable Foundation’s local affiliate, Moore Bahamas Foundation, supports research, environmental education, and advocacy organizations to protect the unique and fragile marine environment of the island nation. Our partners drive stewardship of The Bahamas’ incredible natural assets through education and experiences; enhanced marine protections, sustainable fisheries, and conservation policy change through research and communication campaigns; and monitoring and advocacy activities to hold polluters accountable.
Moore Bahamas support many community groups and services, and is involved in hurricane disaster relief, resilience and reconstruction efforts.
In partnership with environmental, scientific, and advocacy organizations, Moore Bahamas Foundation supports initiatives that protect key species in Bahamian waters, including the Queen conch and the Nassau grouper; return these stocks to sustainable levels in Bahamian waters; and assist fishery managers with best-practice management of sustainable fisheries. We also focus on coral resilience.
Moore Bahamas Foundation is focused on the health of shark populations through research, education, advocacy, legal action, and best-practice management of marine areas. The foundation has funded a decade-long shark expedition with science partners that is translating into conservation outcomes in the Bahamas and beyond.
Moore Bahamas Foundation partners with organizations that advance local marine conservation efforts around The Bahamas and education initiatives that provide hands-on opportunities to learn about the Bahamian marine environment.
Focused on protecting Clifton Bay and surrounding marine environments through proactive policy change, legal action, advocacy, and education, Moore Bahamas Foundation is focused on initiatives that encourage effective land use and habitat restoration efforts to benefit the land, coast, water, and local communities.
The Moore Bahamas Foundation is committed to short-term and long-term hurricane relief and reconstruction following the devastation caused by Hurricane Dorian.
The Bahamas Mangrove Alliance (BMA) announced its founding at an Earth Day community planting event on April 22, 2023. The BMA is founded by theRead More
The Cape Eleuthera Institute (CEI) in The Bahamas has used innovative research to identify a better way to remove the claws of the Bahamian stone crabRead More
Seeing a gap in access to marine education for students in The Bahamas, Moore Bahamas Foundation is sponsoring a full scholarship for a Bahamian highRead More