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 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 our “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 sponsored organizations receive tax-exempt status, we allow international organizations to incorporate in the US, operate their own bank accounts, and take advantage of multiple, highly 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.

These organizations are already taking advantage of our fiscal sponsorships!

Fundación Cóndor Andino

Fundación Cóndor Andino, Ecuador, is an Ecuadorian NGO, created in 2018 to give continuity to our Andean Condor Research Project, which began in 2012. Our organization focuses on understanding and conserving endangered species and ecosystems in Ecuador-one of the most biodiverse countries in the world. To do this we focus on highly endangered or emblematic species that can be considered “umbrella species”. This is a species that by understanding and conserving it we can understand and conserve the ecosystem where it inhabits and all other species that share that environment.

Our main research projects focus on the Andean Condor (Vultur gryphus) catalogued as Vulnerable (IUCN VU 2021) internationally and Endangered (EN) locally; the Black-and-Chestnut Eagle (Spizaetus isidori) catalogued as Endangered (IUCN EN) internationally and Critically Endangered (CR) locally, and the Spectacled Bear (Tremarctos ornatus) catalogued as Vulnerable (IUCN VU) internationally and Endangered (EN) locally. We also work in close coordination in the management of Rio Manduriacu Reserve, located in the Tropical Andes Biodiversity Hotspot, where we have discovered several new species of amphibians and rediscovered several species thought to be extinct.

Paradis Des Primates

Paradis des Primates

Paradais des Primates (P-P) is a french-speaking organization working towards 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 alongside many lesser-known species.

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

• Promote the conservation of nature in general thereby benefiting all forms of life;
• Promote the protection and conservation of wildlife species in general, particularly threatened species;
• Intervene in the protection of primates and restore their natural environments;
• Promote community conservation by helping local communities, through training and equipping them with the necessary tools for the protection and conservation of their natural heritage;
• Support in-situ conservation programs.

Habitat ID

Survey projects in: Virachey National Park, Cambodia and Hadabuan Hills in Sumatra, Indonesia. We are based in Taoyuan, Taiwan.

Contact info:
Email: [email protected]
WhatsApp: +886-963756988
Telephone: 886-963756988
Web site:


Habitat ID’s mandate is to conduct camera-trapping surveys in underpioritized and protected areas in Southeast Asia with the aim of proving that these neglected habitats are worthy of greater conservation investment by the government and international NGOs. We have achieved these goals at both of our current project sites, and as soon as international travel is possible again, we will begin a new project with local Thai partners in Khao Soi Dao Wildlife Sanctuary in eastern Thailand near the Cambodian border—a similarly overlooked ecosystem that is rumored to harbor an undocumented population of Critically Endangered Indochinese tigers and Indochinese leopards

Triplefin Expeditions is Sailing for Science!

Triplefin Expeditions supports research and citizen-science/art projects via the historic live-aboard sailing trimaran, Triplefin. After founding and leading The Biodiversity Group for almost two decades, Paul and Jo are now full-time sailors dedicating themselves and their sustainable trimaran to support conservation research projects in and around Mexico’s Sea of Cortez. Whether you’re a researcher in need of a vessel and our experienced support to collect your data, an artist with a simmering conservation project, a family or group wanting to get out on the sea to explore remote and wild locations while contributing to a citizen-science project, Triplefin is here to help you!

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