Since the luxury brand’s inception, it has been dedicated to protecting the Earth’s precious seascapes and landscapes.
On April 4, 2023, The Tiffany & Co. Foundation announced that it has awarded over $100 million to leading organizations that meaningfully benefit communities and the planet.
The foundation is now entering its third decade and remains committed to its philanthropic endeavors.
Here are some highlights of its impact and successes around the world.
The Tiffany & Co. Foundation has supported over 30 Marine Protected Areas, covering around 11 million square kilometers across all oceans.
The foundation is committed to the global movement to protect 30% of the world’s oceans by 2030.
As of March 4, 2023, the United Nations collected over 190 signatures from member nations for the historic treaty to protect ocean life.
Grant recipients include Conservation International, Wildlife Conservation Society, and Oceans 5.
Safeguarding Coral Reefs
The foundation has also supported the protection of coral reefs in over 30 countries, from Hawaii to the Caribbean, Australia, and the Coral Triangle.
Organizations such as The Great Barrier Reef Foundation, Coral Reef Alliance, and The Nature Conservancy were given grants.
The Tiffany & Co. Foundation has awarded over USD $100 million since its inception to support the world’s seascapes and landscapes. As the Foundation enters its third decade, it remains committed to protecting Earth’s precious places for years to come. https://t.co/Pf5Dx3ljIC pic.twitter.com/nlQI4SLeZo— Tiffany & Co. (@TiffanyAndCo) April 4, 2023
Along with protecting seascapes, the foundation has supported the clean-up of abandoned mines across the American West.
Around 10 million acres of ecologically rich and culturally significant lands are now protected.
The foundation has also aided in the reclamation of abandoned diamond mines in Sierra Leone by supporting RESOLVE. They work with the local communities to restore these lands through the Peace Diamonds Restoration Initiative.
Other grant recipients include Trout Unlimited, Clark Fork Coalition, and the Conservation Lands Foundation.
Banner image by Matt Curnock, Ocean Image Bank, Great Barrier Reef Foundation.