PARTNERS & GRANTEES
The WILD ELEMENTS Foundation will also make grants to a group of leading organizations to scale innovation in conservation issues, and pursue narrative, cultural and policy change.
Our grantmaking efforts also support like-minded organizations committed to restoring the Power of Three, so that all kind can thrive.
Goals: Identify technology-based solutions that help communities restore, sustain, and benefit from resilient ecosystems
Solve finds promising tech-based social entrepreneurs around the world, then brings together MIT’s innovation ecosystem and a community of members to fund and support these entrepreneurs to help scale their impact.
Natural Resources Defense Council
Goals: Increase partnerships and climate story consulting opportunities with show runners and other entertainment industry professionals to influence educational storylines in new script development and on-air and greenlit television programs.
NRDC is helping Hollywood take on the climate crisis through Rewrite the Future. This initiative enlists entertainment industry professionals to develop storytelling that revises cultural climate narratives, and educates and inspires the public through channels they already consume - film and television.
Goals: Increase funding for women and Indigenous-led action on the ground, and connect community based organizations to the philanthropic capital they need to scale.
One Earth connects community based nonprofit projects to the philanthropic capital they need to scale. Through increased renewable energy, protection and restoration of lands and seas, and regenerative climate-friendly agriculture, these projects contribute directly towards the collective goal of staying below 1.5°C in global average temperature rise.
The Recycling Partnership
Goals: Support infrastructure development in small towns across the U.S. in order to enhance circular systems where the products from one thing become fuel for another nationwide.
As a leading, national force for improving recycling, The Recycling Partnership puts private dollars to work in communities to protect resources, empower sustainable action, and unlock opportunity for everyone.
Goals: Support Rodale’s efforts to transition farmers to using all regenerative organic agriculture practices to improve soil health and increase carbon capture.
Rodale Institute supports and advocates for regenerative organic farming. They don’t just stop at organic, they raise the bar, aim the star north to research, advocate and educate on the importance of regenerative organic agricultural practices.
Wildlife Conservation Network
Goals: Increase the number of indigenous community members employed in critical habitat regions to help to protect over 90 species of wildlife around the world.
Wildlife Conservation Network protects endangered wildlife by supporting entrepreneurial conservationists who pursue strategies for people and wildlife to co-exist and thrive.
Women’s Earth Alliance
Goals: Fund WEA’s regenerative agriculture trainings that support women farmers to transform their farms using climate-smart and regenerative agriculture practices, and in so doing expand their livelihoods, preserve indigenous knowledge, and help access new markets.
Women’s Earth Alliance is a 15-year global initiative that trains, resources and catalyzes grassroots women’s networks in some of the most environmentally threatened places in the world to protect our environment and build healthy, safe, and just communities.