Our 2021 annual report showcases what we have learned to date from multi-year strategies currently pursued by the foundation and grantee partners working toward LGBTQ social justice and conservation of great apes and gibbons.
Arcus Foundation’s annual report showcases what we have learned to date from multi-year strategies currently pursued by the foundation and grantee partners working toward LGBTQ social justice and conservation of great apes and gibbons.
Arcus’ 2020 annual report chronicles an extraordinary, if challenging, year for the foundation and for the world—and marks our 20th anniversary with a range of fresh multimedia content reflecting on two decades of achievements and challenges in the movements we support.
The year 2018 brought into sharp focus a range of newly emerging or worsening threats, including a rollback on transgender and immigrants rights in the United States; a proposed major hydropower project in central Guinea that would displace thousands of chimpanzees; and a staggering number of murders of LGBTI people in Central America, and worldwide. But the year also proved--once again--that the individuals, communities, and movements that courageously defend human rights and work to conserve the world's apes are making a positive difference, and saving lives.
The year 2017 undoubtedly brought many challenges to the lives and liberties that we and our grantee partners are working hard to protect. But it also demonstrated the unflagging commitment of those fighting on the frontlines of our human rights and conservation movements.
2016 Arcus Report Highlights Courageous Activists Taking Steps to Ensure Social and Environmental Justice
The year 2016 brought major geopolitical shifts and new challenges for those with a stake in Arcus’ mission. There’s no question that Arcus’ work has grown harder since our last annual report, but our commitment to the work has never been stronger.