Action Funds

Re:wild supports and strengthens conservation efforts. 

Re:wild’s funds are designed to address gaps in financing, kickstart careers, and leverage impact — to provide resources of all sizes to where they are most needed. As host to over 15 different funds, our goal is to enable the conservation community to protect and restore the wild in the most powerful ways possible.

Mesoamerica Climate Resilience Fund

Aiding the recovery of vital communities in the wake of human-caused climate change.

Lion Recovery Fund

Investing in innovative projects to restore lions and the wild they depend on.

Elephant Crisis Fund

Ending the ivory crisis with Save the Elephants and WCN.

Shark Conservation Fund

Restoring the world's sharks and rays.

Leuser Ecosystem Action Fund

Saving the last place on earth where orangutans, rhinos, elephants, and tigers still live together in the wild.

Virunga Fund

A joint initiative supporting Virunga National Park to deliver critical disease prevention efforts, law enforcement, and to support the families of rangers who have fallen in the line of duty.

Rapid Response

Re:wild and our partners are uniquely positioned to immediately respond to the emergencies threatening biodiversity, people and ecosystems through our rapid response program.

The Fonseca Species Conservation Fund

The Fonseca Species Conservation Fund is available to young conservationists under the age of 35 in any GEF-eligible country to either start or progress their careers.