• Organization TypeService Providers
  • Staff26-50
  • Founded1882
Cleveland Zoological Society is the nonprofit advocate of Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. The organizations share a joint mission: We create compelling experiences that connect people with wildlife and inspire personal responsibility for conserving the natural world. Since 1882, the Zoo has evolved from a source of community pride to a zoo-based conservation agency with worldwide influence. Today – thanks to forward-thinking leadership and one of the best public/private partnerships in the nation – the Zoo generates $100 million in regional economic impact, is the largest provider of informal science education in Northeast Ohio, and serves as a global conservation resource committed to protecting endangered species. As the Zoo’s nonprofit advocate and partner, the Zoo Society is committed to: • Raising public awareness of the Zoo as a community priority and civic asset • Securing private support for the Zoo and its programs • Giving visitors, members and donors great value for their investment • Ensuring that the Zoo remains one of Northeast Ohio’s preeminent destinations The Zoo Society maintains the largest membership program in Northeast Ohio, with 42,500 households as current members. More than 1.1 million people visit the Zoo each year, making it the most visited destination in the region.

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Company Offices
  • 3900 Wildlife Way Cleveland


Primary Funders

  • Other - Private Foundations / Corporations

Contract Awards

Javan Slow Loris Community Ecology

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Support to Evaluate Great Ape Conservation Education Programs

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