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National Marine Sanctuary Foundation;
Marine debris is a significant challenge facing our ocean and marine wildlife, and it is an ongoing challenge in Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.Marine debris, including lost or abandoned fishing gear and trash, entangles stony corals, sea fans, sponges, sea turtles, manatees, and other marine life. It also degrades seagrass, hard bottom, coral reef, and mangrove habitats, and detracts from the natural beauty of the islands.
Established in May 2018, the Goal: Clean Seas Florida Keys initiative aims to remove underwater marine debris from Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary and educate the public about its role in marine debris prevention. Goal: Clean Seas Florida Keys partners work with sanctuary-recognized Blue Star Dive Operators to educate dive professionals and recreational divers on best practices for removal of marine debris; perform scoping dives to identify debris hotspots; remove, dispose, and recycle underwater debris; conduct post-removal data reporting and analysis; and engage the public in marine debris awareness and prevention through education and outreach.
In the first year of Goal: Clean Seas Florida Keys efforts, National Marine Sanctuary Foundation-funded divers conducted 49 cleanup trips, engaged 450 volunteer divers, and spent nearly 900 hours underwater removing 78 intact lobster traps, hundreds of pieces of lobster trap debris, 16,369 feet of line, and 14,693 pounds of debris from Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.
Giving Tuesday's 2019 Impact Report shares the results of GivingTuesday 2019; but also offers a glimpse into the implications of the generosity that occurred on the day, challenging us to imagine a world where radical generosity is unleashed every single day.
The Teagle Foundation is pleased to announce the release of its 2019 Annual Report. The report features an essay by President Andrew Delbanco, "Turning Challenges into Opportunities."
Charities Aid Foundation (CAF);
Over the past decade we've analysed charitable behaviour around the globe in a study which has surveyed more than 1.3 million people to find out how they give. The CAF World Giving Index 10th Edition provides a decade's worth of combined insight into the scope and nature of giving around the world and looks at three aspects of giving behaviour and asks: Have you done any of the following in the past month?
Helped a stranger, or someone you didn't know who needed help?
Donated money to a charity?
Volunteered your time to an organisation?
The Fidelity Charitable Trustees' Initiative is a direct grantmaking program of Fidelity Charitable separate from its donor-advised fund program. Last fiscal year, the Trustees' Initiative made 23 grants totaling $6.4 million to strengthen the resilience, sustainability and effectiveness of the social sector's infrastructure.
To achieve this mission, the Trustees' Initiative provides funding for the shared resources, information, networks, research and advocacy that all donors and nonprofits need to achieve their intended impact. Its grantmaking is focused on programs, projects and organizations that:
Enhance individual donors' ability to make effective and informed giving decisions.
Strengthen intermediaries and networks that provide information, research and advocacy needed by nonprofits to achieve their intended impact.
Annual report highlights stories of eight standout leaders; emphasizes leadership development as integral to Kresge's mission.
Lilly Endowment, Inc.;
Each year, we publish an annual report to share in-depth stories about the work of our grantees in religion, community development, and education and youth programs. The publication also offers a list of grants made that year and a thorough financial report.