The Key Conservation app was designed by a wildlife biologist to help fellow conservationists and their supporters connect on a deeper level for greater impact and change. The design works to simplify the outreach process for those busy in the field by providing streamline steps to connect to global supporters in real-time for urgent and long-term needs.  


We are working hard to build something that is useful so we want to hear from you! If there is a feature your organization would like or if you have a suggestion for improvement within the app, we want to hear about it!


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Skilled Impact

Tackle projects that need specialized skills by connecting with professionals who want to help make a difference.

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Gain global support for unplanned expenses and for your longterm goals to help you achieve your overall mission.

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Gain support from your local community and visitors in real-time while also keeping them up to date with events and ways to get involved.

Potential Benefits for Conservation Organizations:

  • A real-time safety net for unbudgeted and unplanned events 

  • New avenues to reach your target audience and discover new supporters

  • The ability to tap into the wealth of skills from supporters for big and small projects

  • A quick and easy way to spread the word about urgent events that need global attention

  • The ability to reach people within your local community to receive real-time in-person support 

  • Increase in visibility, funding, and support by being on the app and being featured through various Key Conservation outreach initiatives

  • Assigned project manager to assist with onboarding to the app, team training, and continued support


Every conservation organization that would like to be on the Key Conservation app must apply and go through a vetting process. Learn about some of the requirements below to see if your organization is a good fit. If you have any questions about the process or your eligibility please contact us here.
  • Be a registered charity, nonprofit or NGO working to help threatened and/or endangered species, which can include animals, plants and/or ecosystems.
  • Have a smartphone and internet access. If you do not have a smartphone or internet access please still apply. We hope to find ways to help organizations that are not currently connected in the future.
  • Be able to give feedback to supporters in a timely manner.
  • Cultivate a Conservation Optimism mindset: meaning you are honest about the situations that are occurring in the field but will provide actionable steps to global supporters to empower hope and change in a positive manner.