Charities in this fund support research and conservation efforts to protect the natural environment.


Environment advocacy

David Suzuki Foundation

The David Suzuki Foundation works to conserve and protect the natural environment through evidence based research, education, and policy analysis. Last year, they launched the Clean Power Pathways, a project to deliver choices and effective approaches to meet energy and climate goals. Their Butterflyway Project continues to help grow highways of pollinator habitat throughout Canada to feed and shelter pollinators.

Environment advocacy


Ecojustice uses the law to defend nature, combat climate change, and fight for a healthy environment for all. Currently, they have 31 active court cases to safeguard the climate for current and future generations.


Forest Stewardship Council

Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certifies timber products to ensure responsibly managed forests as well as social and environmental best practices along the supply chain. They help consumers make choices at the product level to support healthy forests and an ethical forest industry. 16% of Canada's forests are FSC certified, and FSC issued 633 chain of custody certificates in Canada last year.

Land conservation

The Nature Conservancy of Canada

The Nature Conservancy of Canada works to conserve important natural areas and biological diversity in Canada. They have identified over 100 natural areas for critical protection and 209 species at risk, with 32% of those species having their habitat maintained by The Nature Conservancy of Canada. Last year, they were able to secure and conserve 329,849 acres through their securement projects and conservation agreements.

Environment advocacy

Stanley Park Ecology Society

Stanley Park Ecology Society provides environmental education, research and conservation. They work to restore Stanley Park's ecosystem and provide programming that encourage love and appreciation for nature. Last year, they planted 1,739 native plants and restored 2.84 hectares of park habitat.

Land trust

The Nature Trust Of British Columbia

Nature Trust of BC owns and acquires land to protect the natural habitat and provide restoration of ecosystems. They are currently protecting 178,000 acres of land, which includes the acquisition of 5 new properties last year.


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