African Parks Foundation of America (APFA) is an established 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation with offices in New York City. APFA develops and oversees all fundraising from individuals, foundations, corporations, and government agencies to support African Parks’ work to save wildlife and wild places across Africa. All individual gifts made in the USA are 100% tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law.
APFA is led by a 12-member Board of Directors, which consists of ambassadors and supporters who are passionate about the mission of African Parks. Click here to see the full details for the Board.
The Foundation is located at 21 West 46th Street, New York, NY 10036; Telephone: +1- 646-568-1276.
To learn more about ways to support our work, please contact: Toni Condon, Executive Director at email@example.com; telephone: +1-646-568-1276.
Legal Information and Tax ID
We suggest that the following information be included with all gifts (and if mailing in a check please make it out to African Parks Foundation of America):
Name: African Parks Foundation of America
21 West 46th Street,
New York, NY 10036, USA
Federal Tax ID / EIN #: 30-0241904
Meet our Team
Toni Condon, Executive Director
Toni leads all fundraising activities at the Foundation, including engagement, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of supporters investing in the mission and work of African Parks. Ms. Condon has more than 20 years of experience working in non-profit fundraising and fundraising management, including approximately 10 years with international conservation and animal welfare organisations.
Edward Barnes, COO
Edward oversees all compliance, administrative and financial management activities at the Foundation. Edward has more than 15 years of experience in non-profit management, having served as Executive Director and/or Producer for various arts and cultural organisations in New York, Los Angeles and Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Morgan Pecora-Saipe, Program Associate
Morgan provides broad fundraising and organisational support for APFA. She brings a background in ecology and international development, and five years of conservation experience in Kenya. Most recently Morgan worked with the Grevy’s Zebra Trust in northern Kenya managing their research and monitoring activities, as well as coordinating and reporting on the evaluation components.