The Biodiversity Group is proud to offer altruistic fiscal sponsorships to non-profit organizations across the globe who are also conserving life overlooked. Our Executive Director is intimately familiar with the struggles faced in developing international conservation organizations as he co-founded and the Creative Conservation Alliance in Bangladesh. Through that experience, he learned how to adeptly facilitate the works of local partners and has brought that expertise to TBG in order to leverage these skills and resources at scale.

Our novel partnerships are designed to give even the smallest wildlife conservation non-profits a helping hand and grant them the privilege of being tax-exempt in the United States through a “group exemption.” Considering that the US is the largest philanthropic contributor of any country in the world (nearly 450 billion per year!), access to these funds is crucial. Not only do these organizations receive tax-exempt status, our sponsorships allow international organizations to incorporate in the US and operate their own bank accounts and also take advantage of multiple desirable co-benefits. These co-benefits include a custom grant database, tech discounts via Techsoup, Google Workspace access, Microsoft services, Dell and HP discounts, massive shipping discounts through DHL, access to our photo library, priority access to our Cameras for Conservation program, and more.

If you are interested in being fiscally sponsored by TBG, please contact us for more details.

Check out our partner organizations that are already taking advantage of our fiscal sponsorship!

Paradis Des Primates

Paradais des Primates (P-P) is works toward the protection and conservation of biodiversity. Based in the Democratic Republic of Congo, their programs are aimed at preserving highly biodiverse habitats that support the most underserved gorilla subspecies.

Tel / Call: + 243 992 662 215
WhatsApp: + 243 895 722 257
E-mail: [email protected]

• Promote the conservation of nature in general and benefit from the result to all forms of life.
• Promote the protection and conservation of wildlife species in general, particularly threatened.
• Intervene in the protection of primates, the reconstitution and maintenance of their natural living environments
• Promote community conservation by helping local communities, training them and equipping them with the necessary tools for the protection and conservation of nature in their environment.
• Support in-situ conservation programs.


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