ONE   Each year, we raise money for a different, chosen few organizations, various non-profits and government agencies that are working to solve our crisis of biodiversity.  We raise money and give it away on an annual cycle and our membership determines the percentage of our Program funds at year's end that goes to any of these chosen agencies.  Each year, we begin anew.  

TWO   To accomplish this, we are building a directory of such organizations.  We provide free access to this ever-expanding directory on our website, so that any visitor can quickly link to these other organizations' websites to learn more about what they do.  We encourage you to support these other organizations with your donations and your volunteer energies.

THREE   We allocate 15% of every member's gift to our endowment, building an ever-growing revenue stream to support this annual giving, and so we are the First National Endowment for Biodiversity.


What's New?

Endow-Bio, Inc., the First National Endowment for Biodiversity, has closed down.  After several years of hard work, we have failed to gain much traction with the public.  Foundations, academic biologists, NGO conservationists, students, media outlets, whether invited to cooperate by letter, by email, by website, by listserv or by press release simply failed to support our idea.  So we have zeroed out our accounts, passing all the remaining money on to Prairie Biotic Research, Inc., a 501(c)(3) public charity that was one of our 2014 agencies, to further support field biological research by graduate students.  Please support some of the fine organizations listed in our directory.

In service to you,

Andrew H. Williams, Founder & President

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