Current Partnerships

National Wildlife Federation is proud to work with a broad spectrum of partners to achieve our mission. From event sponsorship to strategic partnerships, NWF finds unique opportunities to work with corporations to share our message with larger audiences while helping our corporate partners meet business and sustainability objectives. In the last decade, NWF has been proud to work with key partners such as Subaru, The Home Depot, Stonyfield Farm, Wild Birds Unlimited, American Girl, and Johnson & Johnson.

Currently, NWF partners include:



Alcoa Foundation

Alcoa Foundation

Alcoa Foundation is one of the largest corporate foundations in the U.S., with assets of approximately $480 million. Founded 64 years ago, Alcoa Foundation has invested more than $635 million in communities worldwide. In 2016, Alcoa Foundation began working with the National Wildlife Federation, supporting the launch of a global environmental K-12 literacy initiative focused on “Green STEM.” Through this program, 20,000 students in Australia, Brazil, Norway and Italy, and in Texas, North Carolina and New York in the United States, will be given opportunities to assess, design, and build innovative solutions to environmental challenges.

American Beauties Native Plants
 

American Beauties Native Plants

A partner since 2005, the American Beauties Native Plants offers a line of shrubs, trees, vines, grasses and wildflowers attractive to birds, butterflies and other desirable species. The plants are sold at garden centers and nurseries across the country in 32 states. As a longstanding supporter and promoter of NWF’s Certified Wildlife Habitat program, American Beauties is dedicated to promoting native plants that “bring life to the garden,” the perfect complement to NWF’s efforts to encourage homeowners to create wildlife-friendly habitats.

Animal Planet - ROAR

Animal Planet

NWF is a partner of Animal Planet’s R.O.A.R Campaign (Reach Out. Act. Respond). Animal Planet has partnered with NWF and other leading animal organizations to inspire people to make the world a better place for animals. Over the last three years Animal Planet has supported NWF’s Adopt A Wildlife Acre Program.

Aveda

Aveda

Aveda’s customer rewards program, Pure Privilege provides an opportunity for loyal Aveda customers to support wildlife and wildlife habitat through the Adopt-An-Animal program as well as an opportunity for customers to start their Certified Wildlife Habitat. Members redeem their points for NWF rewards.

Bank of America

Bank of America

Bank of America supports NWF with a suite of affinity bank products including credit and debit cards and eligible checking and savings accounts. Show your support for wildlife with every purchase you make.

 

The Coleman Company

The Coleman Company, Inc. was a national sponsor of NWF’s 2014 Great American Campout. The Coleman Company believes in inspiring friends and families to make lifelong memories in the great outdoors. 

Disney

Disney

Through the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund (DWCF), resources are provided to organizations that protect nature and create opportunities for kids to connect with nature. Disney is committed to protecting the planet, conserving nature, and helping kids develop lifelong conservation values by supporting programs like NWF’s Great American Campout.

General Motors

General Motors

Since 1908 General Motors has been producing some of the safest, most fuel-efficient, and most celebrated vehicles. Today GM, still committed to being the world’s leading automaker in innovation is also an important player in corporate-level sustainability and environmental responsibility as it strives to protect wildlife, educate communities on conservation initiatives, research alternative technologies, and improve the eco-efficiency of its operations worldwide.

LEGO, NWF Partner

LEGO

Thanks in part to the generous support of the LEGO Community Fund U.S., National Wildlife Federation is working on a monarch–related, “Green STEM” focused pilot program (the marriage between traditional science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines and environmental-based education) with 25 schools in Connecticut. The “Monarch Mission” pilot will see the creation of much needed monarch butterfly recovery gardens at each of the participating schools and is expected to reach 13,000 students and 850 teachers.

OhmConnect

OhmConnect

NWF and OhmConnect are partnering together to help protect native biodiversity and the health of America’s Longleaf Pine forests, one of the most endangered forest ecosystems in North America. OhmConnect informs California residents when they are using power from carbon intensive power plants and donates to NWF when you reduce during that time.

REI

REI

REI has been a partner of NWF since 2010 as a sponsor of Great American Campout. As a national partner for this event, REI has helped NWF spread the word about the event through communication channels, provided expert tips and information to help our participants prepare, sponsored Marquis Campouts in New York City and Atlanta, and actively participated in our events.

Terracycle

Terracycle

TerraCycle's purpose is to eliminate the idea of waste. They create national recycling systems for previously non-recyclable or hard-to-recycle waste. TerraCycle has 20 million people collecting waste in over 20 countries. Through the TerraCycle points program, you can help support NWF programs that protect wildlife and help green our schools.

For more information about these opportunities and/or to build a customized program for your company, please visit Corporate Relationships.

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