Conservation of natural places, along with education to encourage people respect and preserve special places, is part of what many environmental organizations do. - Photo by John Cutler, Ozark Regional Land Trust

Missouri Environmental Fund was a federation of 35 of Missouri's leading non-profit environmental and conservation organizations. The Fund started in 1993, and closed in 2019. In that period, the Fund distributed more than $2.5 million to environmental non-profits, per the directions of many hundreds of individual donors and numerous corporations.

The independent organizations which were affiliated with the Fund continue to work hard every day to safeguard your health and the environment. They are combating global warming and protecting native prairies. They are helping introduce children to the wonders of life and beautiful features in the natural world. They are creating and preserving parks and trails for our communities. They are guarding groundwater from toxic contaminants and saving endangered species.

The organizations that the Fund represented are registered with the IRS as 501c3 non-profit organizations, and contributions to them are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

From 2001 through June 2013 the Missouri Environmental Fund was doing business under the name Earth Share of Missouri, and included several dozen national and international environmental organizations on its list. Those national and international organizations are represented by Earth Share at the national level.

Please consider making a contribution to your favorite environmental programs!