• Protecting Precious Land in Colorado
    Trinchera Blanca Foundation
  • Preserving North Carolina’s Eastern Forests, Water and Threatened Habitats
    Orton Foundation
  • Louis Bacon Receives Prestigious Award for Environmental Conservation
    2013 Audubon Medal
  • Promoting Environmental Conservation Education and Stewardship in The Bahamas
    Moore Bahamas Foundation

“It is so important to protect and preserve those physical things that truly define a community –– however tough the fight.”

- Louis Bacon, Founder & Chairman


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Blue Marine Foundation

Founded as a result of the popular success of the 2009 film, The End of the Line, based on Charles Clover’s book of that name, the Foundation took its first step by enabling the creation of the largest no-take marine reserve in the world, when the then British government was facing acute spending restraints. Since then it has enabled the creation of an 1100 sq. km reserve in Turneffe Atoll, Belize; funded a joint project between fishermen and conservationists in Lyme Bay on England’s south coast; and lobbied for the creation of marine reserves around the UK Overseas Territories, something that found its way into the 2015 Conservative party manifesto as the “blue belts” commitment.




Our Mission

The Moore Charitable Foundation, founded by lifelong conservationist Louis Bacon in 1992, is a family foundation that works to preserve and protect natural resources for future generations. Ann Colley, Director of Public Relations and Charitable Giving at Moore Capital Management, is the Executive Director and Vice President.

The Foundation and its affiliates support non-profit organizations that work to protect land, habitat, and water resources in specific geographic priority areas including Southern Colorado, Long Island, Eastern North Carolina and The Bahamas. Affiliates include Trinchera Blanca Foundation, Robins Island Foundation, Orton Foundation, Moore Bahamas Foundation and Tercio Ranch Foundation.