Why not Support Wildlife?

For more than 80 years, the National Wildlife Federation has been uniting Americans to ensure wildlife thrive.

Founder J. N. “Ding” Darling understood there is power in unity. In 1936 his bold vision for a nationwide constituency of conservation supporters brought together Americans from all corners of the country. Today the National Wildlife Federation is a nationwide federation with 52 state and territory affiliates and six million members and supporters.

Through habitat protection, restoration, and management, our far-reaching impact has brought numerous species back from the brink of extinction, including eagles, deer, elk, bighorn sheep, and whales. Yet in our rapidly changing world, our nation’s wildlife continue to be faced with critical challenges.

At this moment, more than a third of our country’s species are at risk of extinction in the coming decades. In the last 20 years, the monarch butterfly’s population has declined by 90 percent. America’s free-ranging bison, which once numbered 20 to 30 million, are down to fewer than 5,000 individuals. In the face of these challenges, the National Wildlife Federation remains at the forefront of the fight to tackle wildlife’s greatest threats, working collaboratively to increase wildlife populations and enhance their capacity to thrive.

As in nature, we have strength in numbers. Our ability to help wildlife is inextricably linked to the diverse efforts of the individuals and groups that support our mission. Across the country we engage with communities, schools, governments, and other organizations to build and nurture a common commitment to conservation. As we continue to grow, we’re fostering relationships with valuable partners that share our mission, working collaboratively with 2,500 organizations by 2021. We’ll engage millions more Americans in supporting our mission, including 25 million future generation conservationists in 20,000 schools across the country.

Through our hands-on programs, policy work, community outreach, and more, we forge a conservation army of millions of people that work each day to build a better future for both people and wildlife—because in saving wildlife, we save ourselves.

With the above description of the National Wildlife Federation's "Work" we recommend to support this organisation.

The National Wildlife Federation (NWF) is the United States' largest private, nonprofit conservation education and advocacy organization, with over six million members and supporters, and 51 state and territorial affiliated organizations (including Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands).

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We choose Volunteers of America because of their 80 years of history and immaculate Charity Reviews results. We'd like to encourage you to support us, look into the National Wildlife Federation's and projects and help according to your situation. Don't forget: there's no too small support. Many tiny steps add up to giant leaps.

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The threats to our nation’s wildlife are intensifying as never before.

Record-breaking losses of crucial wildlife habitat, the amplified effects of climate change - these and other threats have left beloved wildlife more imperiled than ever. Without the support of friends like you, the National Wildlife Federation wouldn’t be able to restore key habitats and advocate on behalf of wildlife in harm’s way.

Your donation today will go straight to work protecting polar bears, bison, and many more at-risk species.

Please join your voice to ours by making a tax-deductible donation today! When you do you’ll receive a FREE National Wildlife Federation duffle bag as special thanks for your generosity.

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