African Wildlife Foundation

Washington, District of Columbia

www.awf.org

$100,000

For support for the protection of wildlife corridors in Botswana and the Kazungula Heartland.

Clark Fork Coalition

Missoula, Montana

www.clarkfork.org

$100,000 over two years

For support of its Water Watch program, to protect the Clark Fork River Basin and monitor the water quality of the Clark Fork River and the entire watershed.

EcoFlight

Aspen, Colorado

www.ecoflight.info

$30,000

For continued support of the Wild Lands, Energy and Mining Program, which seeks to educate the public and policy makers about mining and land in need of protection by providing them with an aerial perspective.

Foundation for Environmental Security and Sustainability

Falls Church, Virginia

www.fess-global.org

$400,000

For continued support of the organization’s efforts to help remediate social and environmental problems associated with artisanal mining in the alluvial fields of Sierra Leone.

Foundation for Environmental Security and Sustainability

Falls Church, Virginia

www.fess-global.org

$100,000

Continued support for maintenance of agricultural activities on recently reclaimed land in Sierra Leone, to meet the needs of the organization as it works with the agricultural and planting cycles.

Institute for Sustainable Mining

Portland, Oregon

www.artminers.org

$100,000

For the establishment of a scholarship program for students to attend the Institut Gemologie de Madagascar (IGM) to learn gemology and gem cutting.

RESOLVE

Washington, District of Columbia

www.resolv.org

$50,000

For support of the launch of the EARTH SOLUTIONS Center, a new initiative established to create a collaborative space to discuss and make advances towards responsible sourcing.

TransFair USA

Oakland, California

www.fairtradeusa.org

$25,000

For continued support of a feasibility study of Fair Trade standards for gem-quality diamonds.

Trout Unlimited

Arlington, Virginia

www.tu.org

$560,000 over three years

For support of its Abandoned Hard Rock Mine Restoration Program, which works with local partners on several abandoned mine sites in Idaho, Montana and Colorado to restore water and land quality.

BACK TO TOP

American Museum of Natural History

New York, New York

www.amnh.org

$100,000 over two years

For continued support of the Center for Biodiversity and Conservation’s Bahamas Education and Outreach Project, communicating marine conservation messages to the Bahamas’ tourism industry.

The Coral Reef Alliance

San Francisco, California

www.coral.org

$150,000

For its work to strengthen marine-protected areas and enhance sustainable marine recreation statewide in Hawaii.

Marine Conservation Biology Institute

Bellevue, Washington

www.mcbi.org

$200,000 over two years

For general support of its programs and research on coral reef conservation.

Ocean Foundation

Washington, District of Columbia

www.oceanfdn.org

$100,000

For support of its coral supply chain research project, Corallium workshops and coral reef awareness polling.

OCEANA INC

Washington, District of Columbia

www.oceana.org

$100,000 over two years

For support of Oceana’s Stop Destructive Trawling campaign to protect deep-sea corals from destructive bottom trawling.

Sailors for the Sea Inc

Boston, Massachusetts

www.sailorsforthesea.org

$250,000

For support of Around the Americas, a 25,000 mile circumnavigation of North and South America, developed to mobilize sailors to protect the health of the oceans.

SeaWeb

Washington, District of Columbia

www.seaweb.org

$675,000 over three years

For support of the Too Precious To Wear program, a communications-based campaign to increase consumer awareness about the need to protect coral reefs.

Wildlife Conservation Society

Bronx, New York

www.wcs.org

$100,000 over two years

For continued support of the global coral reef conservation program focusing on community-based management projects in Asia’s Coral Triangle and global climate change research.

BACK TO TOP

Conservation Resources Inc.

Mendham, New Jersey

www.conservationresourcesinc.org

$30,000 over two years

For continued support of open space and farmland preservation in New Jersey and its Small Grants Program.

Hermann Park Conservancy

Houston, Texas

www.hermannpark.org

$1,000,000 over two years

For the creation of The Tiffany & Co. Foundation Bridge at the newly redesigned Lake Plaza in Hermann Park.

Land Trust Alliance

Washington, District of Columbia

www.lta.org

$75,000

For ensuring the permanence and quality of land conservation in America through the launch of a new conservation defense program.

National Parks Conservation Association

New York, New York

www.npca.org

$100,000

For support of the publication Envisioning Gateway, a comprehensive overview of Gateway National Recreation Area and the complex challenges facing its restoration.

New York Botanical Garden

Bronx, New York

www.nybg.org

$100,000 over two years

For continued support of The Orchid Show, on display February 28 - April 12, 2009, and for the continuation of the Orchid Research Collection.

Parkways Foundation

Chicago, Illinois

$1,250,000 over two years

For the creation of The Tiffany & Co. Foundation Celebration Garden in Grant Park.

The Vizcayans

Miami, Florida

vizcaya.org

$500,000 over two years

For support of the restoration of the Sutri Fountain Garden at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens.

BACK TO TOP

Bard College

New York, New York

www.bgc.bard.edu

$150,000 over three years

In support of Bard Graduate Center’s publication of a comprehensive history of the decorative arts.

The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, Inc.

Winterthur, Delaware

www.winterthur.org

$40,000

For Feeding Desire: Design and the Tools of the Table, 1500-2005, which presents the evolution of dining, through the context of the decorative arts created for the dining room, on display from November 1, 2008-February 1, 2009.

New-York Historical Society

New York, New York

www.nyhistory.org/web

$60,000 over two years

For support of the Silver at the New-York Historical Society collections catalogue to accompany a 2012 exhibition of the same name.

Japan Center for International Exchange

New York, New York

www.jcie.org

$15,000

For continued support for The Tiffany Foundation Award for the Preservation of Japanese Traditional Arts and Culture in Contemporary Society.

Shelburne Museum

Shelburne, Vermont

www.shelburnemuseum.org

$25,000

For support of the Louis Comfort Tiffany: Nature by Design catalogue, accompanying an exhibition by the same name, on view from June 20-October 25, 2009.

Walters Art Gallery Endowment Foundation Inc

Baltimore, Maryland

thewalters.org

$25,000

For lead sponsorship of Bedazzled: 5,000 Years of Jewelry, a special exhibition at the Walters Art Museum, showcasing more than 200 magnificent pieces of jewelry from the Walters’ collection, on display from October 19, 2008-January 4, 2009.

BACK TO TOP