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The single greatest challenge for local conservation organizations based in developing nations is raising funds to sustain their activities. While these are frequently the groups making a real difference and having a major impact, they simply cannot compete with the marketing dominance of the largest international organizations. Conservation Allies is unique in offering a true partnership for local conservation organizations in the countries of greatest need. It is time to get funds directly to the organizations that make the biggest difference.

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Conservation Allies identifies the most dedicated and efficient local nonprofits with a proven track record of major impact. We then partner with these organizations to provide technical assistance at no cost, while also offering a platform to help raise funds for their exceptional work.

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Thanks to generous financial backing from our Board, Conservation Allies charges no overhead fees or administration costs on donations to any of our partners. That means 100% of your donation goes directly to the partner of your choice. All donations made from the United States are fully tax-deductible.

Wild News

GERP’s Accomplishments Over the Years

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AN ASTONISHING THREATS AND PRESSURES MANAGEMENT 2017 to 2021 were great years for GERP because with the support of Houston…

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Ny Tanintsika is celebrating its 20th Birthday in 2022!

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Ny Tanintsika is turning 20 in 2022! Some of their recent activities undertaken include: Support to 106 community forest patrollers….

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Nominations open for the first-ever International Ranger Awards

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Conservation Allies is proud to announce the new International Ranger Awards.Developed in collaboration with IUCN and the World Commission on…

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New reserve for spider monkeys in Colombia

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Our partner, Neotropical Primate Conservation Colombia is running a crowdfunding campaign to fund the creation of a new protected area,…

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