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Conservation Partnerships

Since 2000, SCI Foundation has spent over $50 million for wildlife research and management around the world. However, the dedication to international wildlife conservation goes deeper than direct expenditures. Funds allocated by the SCI Foundationˊs Conservation Committee are often used to leverage support from additional sources.

All SCI Foundation sponsored projects are facilitated with partnering organizations or individuals to help the SCI Foundation exact a larger impact by making the money spent go further in support of the mission. Collaborative efforts build relationships that pay dividends in the future. Given the economic climate surrounding state and federal budgets, the reliance on the private sector to assist in wildlife management is more important than ever.

SCI Foundation works with a diverse range of partners, such as wildlife management agencies, corporations, academic institutions, non-governmental organizations, SCI Chapters, and many others in order to achieve conservation success where it is needed most. We are continually looking for new opportunities to solve real, on-the-ground management challenges. If you or the organization you represent would be interested in forging a cooperative relationship, please contact the SCI Foundation today!

Private Donors

We recognize all of our donors from 1998 to 2011who have contributed $100 or more to the SCI Foundation. These individual contributions assist the SCI Foundation in its conservation initiatives around the globe, and we would not be able to have as far of a reach or as much of an impact without the generosity of others. Thank you!

Wildlife Management Agencies

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), Division of Management Authority

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks

Michigan Department of Natural Resources

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

Mojave National Preserve

California Department of Fish and Game

South Dakota Department of Game, Fish, and Parks


University of Montana

Mississippi State University

University of Nevada-Reno

University of Missouri-Columbia

Non-governmental Organizations

Safari Club International Michigan Involvement Committee

Missouri Department of Conservation

Chiredzi River Black Rhino Charitable Trust

Friedkin Conservation Fund

The WILD Foundation

United for Conservation