Ways to Give

Include NWF in Your Will

Polar Bear photo by Steve Per0ryAnyone can be a philanthropist by making a planned gift to the National Wildlife Federation. All planned gifts are meaningful and some can cost nothing today, yet do so much for the future of wildlife conservation.

Here are four simple ways you can be a philanthropist:

Make a Bequest to the National Wildlife Federation in your will or trust. Find out how easy it is to put wildlife in your plans.

Realize the value of your retirement plan by making the National Wildlife Federation a beneficiary (full, partial or percentage, whatever is best for you)

Consider a gift of life insurance that your family has "outgrown" or making the National Wildlife Federation a partial or full beneficiary of your plan.

All of the gifts listed above are fully revocable if your circumstances change.

Build your gift by using real estate and personal property.

When you make a planned gift you'll be welcomed into the National Wildlife Federation's Legacy Society. If you wish to remain anonymous or change your plans, the National Wildlife Federation will respect your privacy and contact preferences.

As conservationists, we instinctively know we're doing the right thing by nurturing the future of the National Wildlife Federation with our contributions.

The National Wildlife Federation Philanthropy Team is ready to help you or your advisor chart your course with a Legacy Gift.

Start the conversation by calling 800-332-4949 or legacy@nwf.org

The National Wildlife Federation's TAX ID# 53-0204616

Thank you for visiting the Legacy Society (our online "habitat") and remember…our plans depend on your plans!