One of the CCC’s priorities is to establish collaborative, mutually beneficial partnerships.
Our fundamental mission– to connect and inspire young conservation leaders, collaborating with different stakeholders to build a more sustainable future for the Caucasus– cannot be done without support from other entities and organizations. By working in partnership, we can ensure that CCC projects help address the real needs of communities in the Caucasus.
We are open and willing to collaborate with partners at all levels, including government, nonprofit organizations, for-profit businesses, and local communities. By working together, we can do meaningful projects that benefit communities and support conservation across the region.
Benefits of partnering with the CCC:
- Support for your community and conservation goals: Gain access to our expertise in trail building and maintenance, outdoor leadership, and field work, and work with us to design a project that helps address your needs.
- Recruit motivated young people: Find the new talent you need in our pool of specially-recruited, highly-skilled, and motivated young adults.
- Demonstrate your commitment to the environment: Enhance your credibility as a socially responsible business by supporting youth development and environmental protection.
- Network with other value-aligned organizations: Join our wide network in the Caucasus region that include S&M businesses, government agencies, and community organizations.
To inquire about potential partnerships, please contact us at [email protected].
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Partners & Sponsors
The Caucasus Conservation Corps program is funded with the generous support of the U.S. Forest Service International Programs and individual donors to the Transcaucasian Trail Association. The CCC is a collaborative partnership between the TCT and Trails For Change NGO, our core implementing partner in Armenia.
Together, we work with a wide range of partners across the region to implement high-impact projects related to trail development, environmental restoration, and sustainable tourism.
To become a TCTA member and support the CCC’s efforts to connect and inspire conservation leaders from the Caucasus, join here.