Pope and Young Club Conservation Grants

Pope and Young Club

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Grant amount: Up to US $100,000

Anticipated deadline: May 15, 2020

Applicant type: Nonprofit

Funding uses: Education / Outreach, Project / Program, Research

Location of project: North America

Location of residency: United States

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Conservation, Education, and Outreach Program

Components of the Club’s Conservation Program include wildlife research, education, pro-bowhunting activities, partnerships, wildlife conservation projects and kids programs.

In a move that very visually reinforces the Club's commitment and focus as we enter our next 50 years of bowhunting advocacy, the Board of Directors recently expanded the scope of the Club's Conservation Fund by renaming it the Conservation, Education and Outreach Fund.

While maintaining the dedicated channel of funding for our Conservation Program and Grants, this move more-vividly defines the current and recent-past projects and programs which we have provided funding for, as well as now provides a dedicated funding mechanism for the Club's focus on outreach efforts.

Conservation, Education and Outreach Program Grants

 The Club provides monetary and moral support through awarded grants. The conservation committee is responsible for soliciting and investigating proposals and recommending them to the Board of Directors on an annual basis. Recent Conservation Program budgets have exceeded $100,000 annually.

The Pope and Young Club has given well over a million dollars in funding to conservation projects around North America.

You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.


  • Criteria for review of the proposals includes the following considerations:
    • Does the grant benefit bowhunting and impact the future of bowhunting?
    • Does it enhance the image and elevate awareness of the Pope & Young Club?
    • Does it enhance the image and elevate awareness of the values of bowhunting?
    • Does it reflect the Conservation Program mission statement?
    • What has been the previous performance of the proposal?
    • Does it benefit wildlife and habitat?
    • Is it “national” in scope or “local” in scope?