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Partners Toolkit

As our Partner in Conservation, you play an important role in the future of conservation. Your Partners Toolkit provides the resources you need to become a better informed and more effective advocate for the planet we are working together to protect. In addition to your annual support, there are many ways that you can help advance the work of World Wildlife Fund and become an ambassador for the environment in your community.

Spread the Word

Help us spread the word about conservation and the work of WWF by sharing our story. Whether it’s making a presentation at a club, school, or place of business, setting up a booth at a local event, or hosting a private gathering at your home, we need your help to expand our reach and generate support for WWF’s global efforts. You can also create your own fundraising campaign with Panda Nation, or link to our WWF Partners in Conservation YouTube page or the WWF Conservation Insider Series for videos you can share at an event.

Advocate for the Planet

When you raise your concerns with political leaders and others whose actions can change the course of conservation, you help WWF make a difference. Your voice is powerful and can influence and shape the decisions made by governments and businesses.

Learn About WWF

By learning more about the work of WWF, you become an informed advocate for the planet and can inspire others to make conservation a priority.

Live the Panda Life

Impact the natural world and your local environment by making everyday choices that benefit global conservation. Encourage your friends and family to join in too!

Support WWF

As our Partner in Conservation, your annual support makes an enormous difference in advancing our mission to protect the future of nature. Learn more about the benefits of giving gifts of securities, naming WWF in your estate plans, and making gifts through your employer.

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