L.P. Brown Foundation: Grants for Marine and Freshwater Conservation

OVERVIEW: The L.P. Brown Foundation supports a variety of organizations in the United States dedicated to marine and freshwater conservation.

IP TAKE: This funder lacks transparency, which restricts information about its grantmaking strategies, process, and application. Grantseekers should contact foundation staff for more information.  

PROFILE: Established in 2009 and based Boulder, Colorado, the L.P Brown Foundation maintains a low public profile, does not operate a website and does not employ a formal paid staff; however, according to tax filings, the foundation appears to have an interest in funding causes related to healthcare, marine and freshwater conservation and community based initiatives.

Although Brown Foundation grants may go up to $125,000, the majority of grants range from $5,000 to $50,000. Marine and freshwater conservation organizations receiving support from the foundation in the past include the Freshwater Trust, which was awarded a grant to support its work protecting and preserving the country’s rivers and streams; and the Pacific Environment, which received funding for its work protecting communities and wildlife along the Pacific Rim.

The L.P. Brown Foundation does not appear to impose geographic restrictions on its funding. The foundation does not accept unsolicited grant applications or requests for funding.

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CONTACT:

L.P. Brown Foundation

505 Mountain View Road

Boulder, Colorado 80302