Wildlife Grants

The Family Campers & RVers Wildlife Refuge Inc. operates on donations received from individuals, chapters and organizations. These donations may be used as deductions from taxable income. The donations are then used for Wildlife Grants. The program awards grants to many worthwhile wildlife conservation projects in the U.S. and Canada. These grants may be applied for through the National Family Campers & RVers Wildlife Director. Wildlife Grants must be mailed by USPS to the National Wildlife Directors by May 20.  The grant application, the organization’s proof of 501(c)3 status, and a letter from the organization must be mailed along with any other supporting documents that you feel will help the program get a better understanding about the organization.

Below are examples of grants that have been awarded in the past:

Endangered Wolf Center - Eureka, MO

Saves endangered wolves and educates on importance of preserving the species. Reintroducing Mexican Gray Wolf and Red Wolf. Needs veterinary funds.

Wild Bird Rehabilitation - Overland, MO

Only facility in eastern MO caring for and releasing wild song birds and other small birds. 2,400 birds a year handled by volunteers.

Dead Timber State Recreation Area - West Point, NE

Restoration of meadow grasslands, building viewing blinds, hunting blinds, and nature trails. Manned by park staff and Youth Conservation Corps.

Hawk Creek - East Aurora, NY

Wildlife education and rehabilitation. Signage (solar) needed for Environmental Literacy Project. Wildlife hospital and refuge.

Operation Migration - Port Perry, OH

Reintroduce a sustainable group of Whooping Cranes by leading a new batch to South Florida from Wisconsin by ultra light aircraft.

Tiger World - Rockwell, NC

Habitat for tigers, lions, and bears that have been rescued from Zoos shut down by the U.S. government. Building large bear cages.

Glade Run Lake - Valencia, PA

Glade Run Lake was drained and fish relocated. Lake and dam being restored and upgraded. State matches funds raised.