Le Fonds mondial de conservation Disney finance plus de 300 projets de protection de la faune dans plus de 111 pays.
The Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund (DWCF), founded in 1995, is a key pillar in Disney’s efforts to protect the planet for future generations and help kids develop lifelong conservation values. The DWCF grants program provides financial support for the study of wildlife, the protection of habitats and the development of community conservation and education programs in critical ecosystems around the world. In addition, the DWCF has expanded its focus to provide special grants that help connect kids and nature through exploration and discovery. The DWCF also facilitates collaboration with nonprofit organizations to protect the planet for future generations, including conservation programs connected to Disneynature films.
To date, the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund has awarded more than $18 million to projects in 111 countries. In addition to corporate support, Disney guests help the DWCF in a variety of ways; from adding a dollar or more to their purchase of food or gifts at select Disney locations to participating in Disney tours about animals. One-hundred percent of every dollar contributed to the DWCF – more than $1 million per year when combined with Disney’s contribution – is directed to nonprofit organizations worldwide. These recipients are working on comprehensive conservation programs to ensure that their work and DWCF funds will have long-term impact. They are responding to disasters to provide urgent support to meet the many challenges our planet is facing and they are celebrating local people that are the future of conservation in their communities. Explore the projects through the DWCF’s Google Earth application.