In FY23, WWF continued to build a better future for people and nature. Your support enabled us to deliver significant progress toward the protection and resilience of our shared planet—a fact Charity Navigator recognized with their highest possible 4-star rating. Thank you.
Despite a challenging economic climate and high inflation, WWF showed strong financial and programmatic results, including new projects focused on wildlife, marine protection, environmental education, and sustainable cities in Guatemala, Mexico, Namibia, and Peru. Spending on conservation programs overall increased by 16% over FY22.
Of particular note: WWF secured $43 million from the Green Climate Fund for Heritage Colombia, anchoring our commitment to the resilience of 79 million acres of Colombia’s land and seascapes. We expanded forest protection projects in Australia, Brazil, and across the Amazon. And we fought to protect wildlife and biodiversity in Kenya, South America, Viet Nam, and around the globe.
All told, WWF’s net assets increased by 9%, from $573 million to $623 million—a strong financial foundation that will allow us to increase our impact and deal with the pressing needs our planet faces.
As always, we remain incredibly grateful for your support as our efforts on behalf of people and the planet continue to grow.
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