There are a number of ways to make your gift to WWF as a Partner in Conservation. Gifts to WWF are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. Please consult your financial planner or tax professional to determine the tax consequences of your gift.

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    Make a credit card gift online:

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    Send a check (made out to WWF) or credit card gift through the mail by completing and printing the online form. Mail to:

    World Wildlife Fund
    Partners in Conservation
    PO Box 96096
    Washington, DC 20077-7060

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    To join our community or renew your partnership

    Call us toll free at 1-888-993-1100 to speak with the Partners team or email us at [email protected].

  • Giving Through Your Employer

    Employer-matching gifts offer a way to increase the impact of your philanthropic support. Contact your employer's human resources office for details.

  • Give Through Your Donor Advised Fund

    Use your fund as a tool to make a one-time or recurring grant to benefit WWF immediately, or use it to establish future charitable gifts. Learn more here.

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    Give a Gift of Stock

    Gifts of appreciated securities are also a welcome investment in WWF.

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    Leave a Legacy

    Plan a gift for the future. Discover the many ways to plan gifts through your will, living trust, or retirement plans and learn about giving plans that may provide income back to you or a loved one for life.

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    Make a Gift with a Charitable IRA Rollover

    You can make a distribution from your IRA to World Wildlife Fund without incurring tax on the withdrawal. Learn more about how you can help conserve life on our planet and potentially reduce your taxable income each year with a Charitable IRA Rollover.

"We support WWF because we want to ensure future generations have the opportunity to touch, feel and experience the beauty of nature at its most wild." Eric and Mireille Beck Dallas, TX