The Lemmon Foundation is proud to support these organizations, working to make our world a better place. We encourage you to learn more by visiting their websites and hope you’ll be inspired to make a difference – whether it’s through donating, volunteering, or sharing their important work.

Our support is for milkweed propagation. The National Butterfly Center provides education and critical habitat for pollinators, particularly the Monarch butterfly migration, protecting the endangered biodiversity of the Rio Grande region.
Inga Foundation
Slash and burn farming is rapidly destroying the world’s remaining rainforests. Through implementing Inga Alley Cropping , the Inga Foundation gives farmers the ability to feed their families and improve their livelihoods, while keeping the rainforest and its rich biodiversity intact.
Through our annual gifts chosen by the next generation, called Lemmonaid, we are sponsoring two children, Daudi and Agai, for this coming year to attend school.
Orangutan Foundation International
Supporting the veterinary care and feeding of orphaned baby Orangutans, and the protection of habitat
GFW works to reestablish healthy forests, sustaining biodiversity and ecosystems on formerly mined lands
Animals Asia
Supporting the care of rescued bears at their sanctuaries in Vietnam and China
Sea Turtle Conservancy
Supporting STC’s Hawksbill turtle protection and recovery project on the Panama Coast
The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
Supporting the care of orphaned elephants and rhinos
Wild Earth Allies
Helping the Grauer’s Gorillas in Rwanda and Asian Elephants in Cambodia
The Orangutan Project leads and sponsors projects on the ground that help protect orangutans and their forest homes.
Dreamcatcher Wild Horse & Burro Sanctuary
Supporting feeding and care of rescued wild horses at their northern California sanctuary
Community and Family Services International
Assisting children affected by crisis in the northern Rakhine state in Myanmar
Asian University for Women:
Supporting their scholarship for a student from the persecuted Rohingya refugee population
Protecting the endangered Pangolin