Disney gives out $6million to 80 nonprofits, conservation efforts to cover sarus cranes to angel sharks

The fund, which was created in 1995, has granted approximately $86 million to nonprofits till date.

As many as 80 nonprofit organizations working to conserve wildlife and preserve the planet have received $6 million in grants by The Disney Conservation Fund (DCF).

The fund, which was created in 1995 has granted approximately $86 million to nonprofits working for the cause so far. In October 2018, it granted $5million to support 76 organizations.

Some of the organizations that have received grants this year include Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust’s ‘Conserving Sarus Cranes in Cambodia’, Cambodia; ZSL America’s ‘Angel Shark Project’ in Spain; TREE Foundation among others.

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