The Disney Conservation Fund is focused on saving wildlife for future generations through grants to leading conservation organizations working together to stabilize and increase the populations of at-risk animals including apes, butterflies, coral reefs, cranes, elephants, monkeys, rhinos, sea turtles, sharks & rays, and tigers. A Disney conservationist works with each organization to identify where Disney expertise can also play a role in reversing the decline of these animals and their habitats.
Each organization is limited to one project application for each of the six following geographic regions: Africa, Asia, Central/South America, Europe/Middle East/Australia, Marine, and North America.
The DCF will consider requests for a maximum of $50,000 to be provided over a grant period of two years. Apply via OSU Foundation