MISSION

There’s never been a more critical moment for our wildlife, wild places, public health and the planet.

All of them are threatened by powerful corporations and special interests that have brought billions of dollars to bear to gut the fundamental safeguards that protect the air we breathe, the water we drink, our nation’s public lands, and our most imperiled wildlife.

The Center for Biological Diversity Action Fund believes that protecting the environment is a bedrock American value that should rise above partisan politics. We seek to strengthen our core environmental laws, support lawmakers from all political parties that believe in a healthier environment, and to hold accountable any politician regardless of party who does not.

At a time when complacency is the norm, the Center for Biological Diversity Action Fund does not accept the status quo of modern-day partisan politics. Instead, we proactively use our influence to ensure that elected officials place conservation at the forefront of national policy.

WHAT WE DO

The Center for Biological Diversity Action Fund is an affiliated, but separate, organization from the Center for Biological Diversity, a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity.

As a 501(c)(4) social welfare non-profit organization, the Action Fund engages in advocacy and political activities that the Center for Biological Diversity cannot participate in. The Center for Biological Diversity Action Fund supports the mission of the Center for Biological Diversity, but the two organizations are separate, and the names of each organization are not interchangeable.


CONTACT US

Center for Biological Diversity Action Fund
1411 K St. NW, Suite 1300
Washington, D.C. 20005

Brett Hartl
Chief Political Strategist
Phone: (202) 774-7296
bretthartl@centeractionfund.org

Kassie Siegel
Climate Political Director
kassiesiegel@centeractionfund.org


For more information, including copies of our most recent 990, please contact us.

The Center for Biological Diversity Action Fund is a trade name for the Center Action Fund.

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