The David Suzuki Foundation, a registered charity in Canada and the US, employs approximately 75 staff members, and has over 200 volunteers. The David Suzuki Foundation seeks to build a broad, active and influential community of environmentally-aware citizens and partners
The David Suzuki Foundation’s mission is to protect the diversity of nature and our quality of life, now and for the future.
The David Suzuki Foundation’s vision is that within a generation, Canadians act on the understanding that we are all interconnected and interdependent with nature.
Connect people with nature
Create liveable communities
Establish environmental rights and justice
Preserve biodiversity and the integrity of ecosystems
Develop climate and energy solutions
Reach and credibility
Canadians consistently name the David Suzuki Foundation as the most credible and reliable source of science-based environmental information in Canada. They also rank it above all other environmental organizations in working cooperatively with business to resolve critical issues.
More than 25,000 individuals and dozens of businesses, granting foundations and major philanthropists choose to support the Foundation through donations.
David Suzuki Foundation has established and continues to grow the largest online and social media presence of any Canadian environmental organization — reaching an audience of well over one million people every week through traditional and digital communications, in both French and English, as well as Chinese-language communication through translations and interviews with Chinese-language news media.