Norcross Wildlife Foundation

The Norcross Wildlife Foundation, Inc. was established in 1964 by Arthur D. Norcross.

By 1964, when Mr. Norcross had begun to slow down and look back on the years of hard won returns on the acreage that he had cobbled together that came to be known locally as Tupper Hill / The Norcross Wildlife Sanctuary, he also began to look forward to a time when he would not be available to oversee the operations. It was then, that he created the Foundation and drafted what we came to know as “Instructions for the Future.”

The following links provide more background about the Foundation itself, as well as information about the various funding avenues we offer in support of our mission:

  • Background & History
  • About Our Grants
  • Grantmaking Policy
  • Grant Guidelines
  • Apply for a Grant
  • Grants We’ve Made
  • About Our Loans
  • Loan Guidelines
  • Apply for a Loan
  • The A.V. Stout Fund
  • Our Financials

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