Colcom Foundation is entrenched in a philanthropic tradition that boosts important causes regardless of whether they are or are not acceptable by popular culture. For instance, one of the foundation’s benefactors is a major supporter of women’s reproductive freedoms.
Colcon Foundation offers support to national projects that appreciate the impact of human population growth on the environment.
According to statistics from Pew Research Centre, 88% of the U.S. population growth is a result of immigration. The Federation for American Immigration Reform, the Center for Immigration Studies and NumbersUSA have put forth concerted efforts on a sound immigration policy. Colcom Foundation is in support of stabilization and slowly starting to reduce the US population by 2040.
Colcom Foundation is passionate about the environment and its conservation effort in southwestern Pennsylvania. We have worked and continue to work with different groups and individuals who have been at the forefront of conservation matters.
Hollow Oak Land Trust is a non-governmental organization that protects and links greenspace mainly in Pittsburgh Airport Corridor. Currently, the organization has a total of nine conservation areas amounting to 700 acres in Kennedy, Moon North Fayette, Ben Avon, Chippewa, Franklin Park, Kilbuck and Emsworth.
It works with individuals and organizations to efficiently and effectively conserve land implement sustainable practices and protect waterways.
Westmoreland Land Trust
Colcom Foundation conserve and protect land in Westmoreland County. The organization does so by partnering with locals as well as philanthropists such as Colcom Foundation.
Education and Media
The Allegheny Front is a radio program focused on environmental issues in Western Pennsylvania. The public broadcaster creates awareness among the locals and regional population.
This is a community-based non-profit organization committed to protecting the safety of the people of Westmoreland and Allegheny Counties.
The National Aviary hosts over 500 birds representing over 159 species from the entire globe.
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