Our Grantees

Our list of Mzuri grant recipient programs.

CWA Becoming an Outdoors Woman

CWA Becoming An Outdoors Woman Program exists to give women the opportunity to be part of our outdoor heritage.

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Water for Wildlife

Supplemental water sources are installed to protect many wildlife – from birds to elk – that live in the drier western states.

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SCI American Wilderness Leadership School

A curriculum focused around the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation.

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Petaluma Wildlife Museum

The Petaluma Wildlife Museum is largest student run museum in the nation.

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Kids Outdoor Sports Camp

Dedicated to building youngsters’ outdoor skills by engaging them in hunting and fishing opportunities while instilling an appreciation for wildlife conservation protection.

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iThemba Trust

iThemba provides outdoor education programs for impoverished youth from rural areas of South Africa so they can understand the value of their wildlife resources

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Freidkin Conservation Fund For Anti Poaching

A successful Tanzanian Village Game Scout program with a core focus of preventing poaching of animals and habitat destruction.

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Freidkin Conservation Fund For Community Development

Established in 2007, this specialized lunch program funded by MWF supports over 800 students for schools in the Arusha, Tanzania area.

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