G E N E R O S I T Y
If we had a dollar for every bit of GENEROSITY promised to protect wildlife and to perserve our natural environment, think of what humanity could accomplish through innovative partnerships, research and conservation.
- Photos taken by Ken Perkins and Bev Shane
THE FUND GOALS AND OBJECTIVES…
The goal of the AP Fund is to award assistances grants to non-profit organizations with proven records of delivering measurable results.
Our objective is change. What does that require? Our time, commitment, money and sweat equity.
The AP Fund has awarded a number of financial grants (Jan 2013 to Jan 2017) to such organization as Save Vietnam's Wildlife - Education for Nature Vietnam - US Peace Corp, Project Coyote, Conservation International. and Think Elephant International, and the Earth Island Institute.
The Shane and Perkins Charitable Fund has award two recent grants (May and June 2017) to "The Columbia College Foundation - Promise Scholarship Program" and to the "Tuolumne County Children's Holiday Party" which is an annual tradition in the community for 34 years.
As human populations expand, the African wild dog, photographed here by Bev Shane in July 2014 in the Tarangire National Park, Tanzania, are losing the spaces in which they were once able to roam freely.