YOU ON THE FRONT LINES
The Key Conservation app was designed by a wildlife biologist to help conservationists and their supporters connect on a deeper level for greater impact and change. We wanted to bring supporters onto the front lines of conservation in real-time so they could not only see the daily challenges conservationists face but have actionable steps to help make a difference.
The Key Conservation app will provide new ways for global supporters to utilize their own specialized skills and local knowledge while also being able to see exactly how their own individual contribution made an impact.
3 MAIN WAYS TO GIVE HELP
Use your professional skills to help conservationists with their big and small goals that need your specialized expertise.
Help conservation organizations fill gaps in funding when unplanned events occur and with long-term campaigns. Transparency between the request for support and your contribution allows you to see exactly where your funds are put to use and how you made an impact.
Receive geo-based push notifications about real-time volunteer opportunities within your local community or wherever you travel so you never miss out on an opportunity to help.
Potential Benefits for Global Supporters
Be a real-time safety net for conservation organizations when unbudgeted and unplanned events occur
Receive feedback on the impact of your individual contribution directly from the conservation organization
The Live Feed provides a continuous update of real-time issues so you will never miss a chance to help conservationists around the world
Use the map feature to discover conservation organizations working in your local community and ways to get involved with events, groups and in-person volunteer opportunities
Discover and help conservation organizations around the world as you travel with our geo-based alerts
Create your own curated Live Feed with issues, locations, and species important to you
Apply the knowledge you've learned within your own profession to problems that need solutions within the conservation field
Be the first to know about critical issues occurring around the world and within your local community through personalized push notifications