Sangreal understands the importance of giving the next generation - and generations to come - the gift of a healthy planet. That’s why we support environmental efforts that strive to repair the damage that has already been done to our earth, and to protect all inhabitants of our world, giving our global community a brighter tomorrow.
Global Wildlife Conservation
The Global Wildlife Conservation’s mission is to use strong science and sound field research to protect the world’s threatened wildlife and habitats. By conducting field expeditions in biologically important areas, implementing conservation research and action on threatened species and habitats, and facilitating wildlands conservation, the Global Wildlife Conservation takes action in the crucial fight for long-term protection of the world’s species and the places in which they live.
Together with specialists in ecology, biology, physical sciences, environmental planning and business, GWC is working to apply the best science available to the global biodiversity crisis.
The GRAMMY Museum
The GRAMMY Museum seeks to educate and inspire all museum visitors and members as to the enduring qualities and cultural significance of popular and classical music. By implementing a variety of innovative educational strategies; by incorporating the advice and needs of scholastic teachers, locally, regionally, and nationally; and by presenting the expertise of nearly 14,000 Recording Academy members, the GRAMMY Museum offers the most dynamic and exciting educational programs available from music museums today.
The GRAMMY Museum explores and celebrates the enduring legacies of all forms of music; the creative process; the art and technology of the recording process; and the history of the GRAMMY® Awards, the premier recognition of recorded music accomplishment.
Saving the Planet with Song is a new initiative funded by The Sangreal Foundation. The first phase, developed in partnership with The GRAMMY Museum and The Recording Academy, utilizes the core concepts of music to teach children, at the elementary, middle and high school levels, throughout the United States about the importance of conservation and the critical role that biodiversity plays in all of our lives.
Fundaeco works to conserve nature; restore our environment; empower and support traditional cultures and people; and promote sustainable, equitable, and the healthy livelihoods for present and future generations. This non-profit organization has, for over 30 years, spearheaded conservation and sustainable community development in Guatemala and Central America, tackling the rapid destruction and loss of their natural resources and biodiversity, which traps these countries in a vicious circle of poverty and environmental degradation.
In a recent additional effort, Fundaeco works to educate, empower, and support rural women by creating Sexual and Reproductive Health Community Clinics, which benefits over 100 marginalized, isolated, and vulnerable communities.
This non-profit organization focuses on the study and conservation of Colombian biodiversity. They focus especially on birds that are at risk of extinction - and also their habitats. They do this through partnerships with local communities. They work to support and promote the protection of Colombia’s amazing yet endangered natural heritage with the ultimate goal of benefiting the planet and humanity.
The John G. Shedd Aquarium in Chicago is dedicated to public education and conservation. It cares for more than 32,500 animals representing nearly 1.500 species from around the world. Their work helps spread the importance of conservation by connecting its guests with the animals through exhibits, programs, and interactive initiatives. Adding this with the research, rescue, and rehabilitation by its staff and the interaction with the community, the Shedd Aquarium is a model for aquariums worldwide.