Our Donors

The Everglades Foundation’s success is the result of the generosity of people who believe in our mission of protecting and restoring one of the world’s unique natural ecosystems.

Our donors ensure that our scientists continue leading major initiatives to save the Everglades. Our capacity to preserve and protect the Everglades as a natural source of drinking water for 8 million Floridians is a direct result of your financial support.

 

Meet Our Donors

We are pleased to share stories about a few of the generous friends who support the Everglades Foundation. To view a complete list of our donors, please download our
Annual Report.

 

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Lacoste is proud to support the Everglades Foundation and their efforts to restore America’s Everglades. The crocodile has been the iconic Lacoste logo since 1933. For the Everglades, the endangered American Crocodile is an indicator species that reflects the health of the Everglades ecosystem.

Celebrating 81 years, the LACOSTE brand is symbol of relaxed elegance since 1933. Built on its genuine sporting roots, the brand offers a unique and original universe through a wide range of products for men, women and children.

In the 114 countries where the brand is present, two LACOSTE products are sold every second through LACOSTE boutiques, corners in department stores, and a selective distribution network. For more information, please visit www.lacoste.com

 

 

The Everglades Foundation is the proud recipient of a Peacock Foundation, Inc. grant, in support of its Everglades Literacy Program, which will help carry out the work of the Foundation’s Everglades curriculum for the Miami-Dade County 2016-2017 school year.

Through this program, teachers are equipped with the necessary skills and tools needed to help students understand the ecological and economic impact of Everglades restoration, and the importance of saving this national treasure for all Floridians and more than 70 endangered species that call it home.

Founded in 1947 by Henry B. Peacock, Jr., Peacock Foundation, Inc.’s mission is to enhance and promote the good health and well-being of children and families through grants to nonprofit organizations primarily in Miami-Dade County. Please review peacockfoundationinc.org for additional information. To learn more visit: www.peacockfoundation.org.

 

 

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Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) has made a major commitment to the Everglades Foundation’s projects for restoration and preservation of Florida’s unique Everglades. Through their philanthropic investment, FPL is helping to ensure the future health of Florida’s water supply for over 7 million people.

As one of the largest electric utilities in Florida, FPL serves approximately 4.5 million customers and is a leading employer in the state with over 10,000 employees. As a clean energy leader, FPL has one of the lowest emissions profiles and one of the leading energy efficiency programs among utilities nationwide.

FPL is a subsidiary of NextEra Energy, Inc. (NYSE: NEE).  To learn more, visit: www.fpl.com

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The Crawford Taylor Foundation of St. Louis, Missouri has provided a major investment in the restoration of America’s Everglades National Headwaters Wildlife Refuge.

The Crawford Taylor Foundation’s mission is to enable and enhance programs that create long-lasting legacies within communities. The Foundation, which has a proud family tradition in St. Louis and beyond, was founded by entrepreneur, Jack Taylor, who was the founder of Enterprise Holdings, the parent company of Enterprise Rent-a-Car, National Car Rental, and Alamo Rent a Car. Today, the Crawford Taylor Foundation is guided by a Board of Directors that includes three generations of the Taylor family.

A primary focus of the Board of the Crawford Taylor Foundation is to support the environment through the preservation of parks and places of natural beauty, along with education and development of long-term environmental solutions. Click through to www.crawfordtaylorfoundation.org

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The Batchelor Foundation is proud to support the Everglades Foundation’s efforts to engage K–12 students on the restoration and conservation of the Everglades ecosystem through its Everglades Literacy Program.

Based in Miami Beach, the Batchelor Foundation supports food banks and organizations involved with arts and culture, education, the environment, animals and wildlife, health, human services, and economically disadvantaged people. Special emphasis is directed toward programs designed to engage in medical research and provide care for childhood diseases as well as promote study, preservation, and public awareness of the natural environment. For more information, visit: www.nancybatchelor.com/batchelor-foundation

Donor Testimonials

“We, at the Kovner Foundation, value the Everglades Foundation as a powerful strategic partner committed to bold innovative global solutions in defense of an essential natural resource in Florida.” For more information, please visit thekovnerfoundation.org.
Suzie and Bruce KovnerThe Kovner Foundation

 

Please join in the mission to restore Florida’s Everglades!

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To send a gift by mail or speak with us by phone, please contact us:
305-251-0001

Everglades Foundation
18001 Old Cutler Road, Suite 625
Palmetto Bay, FL 33157

The Everglades Foundation is a non-profit, tax-exempt charitable organization under Section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax deductible.