Resources – Funding – Canada-Wide
Donner Canadian Foundation
The Foundation devotes almost 40 percent of its granting to environment and wildlife stewardship. Must send a description of organization and activities in order to be considered in the future.
Environmental Damages Fund
Monetary awards fund projects that focus on environmental restoration, environmental quality improvement, research and development, and education and awareness.
Government of Canada Environmental Funding
National financial support for environmental projects.
Habitat Stewardship Program for Aquatic Species at Risk Program
Funding for projects that directly supports the conservation and recovery of aquatic species at risk and their habitats.
Indigenous Guardians Pilot Program
Supports Indigenous rights and responsibilities in protecting and conserving ecosystems, developing and maintaining sustainable economies, and continuing the connections between Canadian landscape and Indigenous culture.
Indigenous Habitat Participation Program
Funding to support Indigenous peoples’ participation in the conservation and protection of fish and fish habitat.
Loblaw Water Fund
The fund provides grants for action-oriented projects focused on ecosystem restoration of freshwater and riparian habitats, the species living within them and the collection of data for long-term monitoring initiatives.
Mitsubishi Corporation Foundation
Supports projects that align with one of the Foundation’s central aims: biodiversity conservation, environmental education, environmental justice and sustainable development.
Patagonia Corporate Grants Program
Funds environmental work to protect local habitats and frontline communities through bold, original actions. Projects should focus on root causes of problems and commit to long-term change.
Patagonia World Trout Grants Program
Funds efforts to restore and protect wild, self-sustainable trout, salmon and other freshwater and saltwater fish species in their native range. Projects funded include restoration of habitats, unassisted fish passage, elimination of irresponsible aquaculture and pollution.
Recreational Fisheries Conservation Partnerships Program
Funds projects that rebuild, restore or rehabilitate recreational fisheries habitat in Canada including stream, lake and floodplain habitat restoration; fish access improvements; ocean habitat restoration; stream channel and bank erosion control and stabilization.
Supports projects in 4 key areas: (1) land, water and ocean conservation; (2) scientific research for nature and the environment; (3) public engagement for healthy environments; (4) innovative conservation efforts in Canadian communities.