Frequently Asked Questions

Questions About Membership

Questions About NWF Magazines

Questions About the Great American Backyard Campout®

Financial Information

Other Ways to Support and Become Involved with the National Wildlife Federation

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How can I make donations to National Wildlife Federation?
 
You can make a donation, join NWF, set up a gift membership, renew your own membership or make a memorial/tribute gift online at our How to Help page. You may also make any of these transactions by calling Membership Services at 1-800-822-9919, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST. Please be prepared to provide a credit card number online or by phone. NWF accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.

If you prefer to make any of these transactions through the mail, please submit a check made out to:

National Wildlife Federation
PO Box 1583
Merrifield VA 22116-1583

Please include your full name and address as well as the purpose of your donation. If your donation is for a gift membership, please be sure to include the full name and address of the gift recipient. If your donation is a memorial or tribute, please be sure to include the name of the honoree and the names and addresses of anyone you would like notified of the donation.

Our Support NWF page also offers opportunities to support National Wildlife Federation through gifts of stock, workplace giving and matching gifts through places of employment. Be sure to look over these other options.

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How do I renew my NWF membership?

You can renew your membership online at our website. Enter your membership number and click Submit. If you are unable to locate your membership number, please contact the Membership Services staff at 1-800-822-9919, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST and they will be able to look it up for you using your name and address information.

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Where can I find my NWF membership number?
 
Your NWF membership number is nine digits long and begins with a zero or a one. If you receive our magazines, it can be found above your name and address on the label. There may be a notation stating member number or NWF number. If you have an existing membership, you will find your membership number on the reply form of each of our mailings. Due to the difference in design, text, etc. on various mail forms, that number can be found in various locations on those forms. Usually it is positioned above your name and address or in the lower right hand corner of the form. If you are unable to locate your membership number, please contact the Membership Services staff at 1-800-822-9919, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST and they will be able to look it up for you using your name and address information.

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My records show that I have already submitted a renewal, but I continue to receive renewal notices. Is my membership up to date?
 
Since the preparation for all of our mailings begins several weeks before the actual post marked date, there can sometimes be a crossover between a donation and the mailed notices. In order for a membership donation to act as a renewal and extend your membership, it needs to be accompanied by a renewal notice, rather than an appeal for a specific project. If you sent in your renewal more than eight weeks ago and are still receiving notices, or have other questions about this process, please feel free to contact Membership Services at 1-800-822-9919, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST.

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How do I arrange for a gift membership for someone else?
 
Visit our magazine section if the person that you would like to provide a gift for is a child and discover which of our magazines (Ranger Rick® or Ranger Rick Jr.®) would be the perfect choice for that young person. You can order that magazine online with a credit card or call 1-800-611-1599, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST, to place a credit card order with a customer service representative.

You can give a gift membership to National Wildlife online at our website.  Your gift of nature will delight your recipient all year long. You may also call 1-800-822-9919 to place an order for a gift membership using your credit card. If you prefer to pay by check or money order, please submit $15 or more to:

National Wildlife Federation
PO Box 1583
Merrifield VA 22116-1583

Include your pertinent information and that of your recipient. You will receive an acknowledgement of your gift and the recipient will receive gift notification and six bimonthly issues of National Wildlife magazine.

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How do I make a gift in memory or honor of someone?
 
Making a memorial or tribute gift is a wonderful way to honor someone special. You can make a gift in memory or honor online through our website.  You will need to provide a credit card and all the requested information. You may also call 1-800-822-9919, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST, to arrange for the tribute gift by phone.  You may also submit a check for your tribute gift along with the name of the deceased or honoree, your full name and address and the name and address of anyone you would like notified of the gift and send it to:

National Wildlife Federation
PO Box 1583
Merrifield VA 22116-1583

When you make a memorial or tribute gift, you will receive a personalized thank you card and the honoree or family of the honoree will receive a personalized card notifying them of the gift you made.

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Is it possible to make a donation if I live outside of the United States?
 
Yes, you certainly can. Visit the Donation page and provide your personal information and credit card number. Be sure to include the country and postal code. You can also send a check or money order drawn in U.S. funds on a U.S. bank to:

National Wildlife Federation
PO Box 1583
Merrifield VA 22116-1583

If you would like to set up a membership with National Wildlife magazine as a benefit, please be sure to include an additional $6 U.S. to assist with foreign postage fees.

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Are there other ways to help NWF save wildlife besides making a donation?
 
There are many opportunities to protect wildlife and wild places. We encourage you to become part of the NWF Activist Network. To learn more about being a voice for wildlife, please visit the Action Center. You will learn more about critical opportunities for you to advocate for wildlife in your state and across the country. This site provides resources and tools to assist you in making your voice heard, such as online petitions and information on writing letters to editors and lawmakers, or arranging a meeting with public officials.

Numerous opportunities for making a difference in your own backyard and community can be found in our education programs including how to garden for wildlife and how to participate in environmental education efforts such as National Wildlife Week.

We also recommend that you determine the NWF office nearest to your area and connect with them. This site will provide you with information on affiliate organizations that work closely with NWF. Locating these offices in your area will provide a connection with field staff familiar with wildlife and environmental issues ongoing in your region. It may also open up opportunities to volunteer and interact with knowledgeable staff and other concerned citizens.

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I have not received my membership premium (free gift item such as plush toy, umbrella) yet. How long does it take to receive that type of item?
 
Normally it takes six to eight weeks from the time your contribution is posted for you to receive your free gift. Prior to that you will receive an acknowledgement or thank you letter. It is the policy of National Wildlife Federation to send such an acknowledgement for any contribution of $10.00 or more. In order for premium gifts to be shipped, the donation needed to be accompanied by the form offering the gift and include the requested donation amount.

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The membership offer I responded to indicated that I would receive other items such as a calendar, note cards and wrapping paper. When will those arrive?
 
Membership benefits do not all arrive at once. A welcome letter, ID card, decal and the first issue of your magazine arrive within a few weeks of the posting of your membership. Any plush item or other premium that may have been featured arrives within six to eight weeks of the start of your membership. Other items such as the calendar and cards are sent at various times throughout the year to active members.

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How do I make an address change?
 
If you have an NWF membership, please call Membership Services at 1-800-822-9919, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST, and provide your full name, old address including zip code and your new address (and/or name change) including zip code. You may also contact us via email.

Please be sure to mention if you receive the NWF merchandise catalog or children's magazines so that we can ensure the appropriate offices receive the information. Bear in mind that all of our mailings are prepared in advance, so please allow several weeks for the change to take effect.

If you only receive our merchandise catalog, you may dial 1-800-477-5572, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST, to make an address change. Similarly, changes of address for our children's magazines can be made at 1-800-611-1599, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST.

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I would prefer not to receive so much mail from National Wildlife Federation. How do I go about requesting that?
 
The purpose of NWF membership mailings is to update and alert members and prospective members to critical wildlife and conservation issues as well as to gain support for our efforts. However, we certainly want to honor your wishes regarding the frequency and type of mailings as much as possible. Please contact the Membership Services staff at 1-800-822-9919, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST, to discuss the options that are available for NWF mailings as well as the sharing of a name and address with other like-minded organizations.

If you have not contributed to NWF, you may be receiving a prospect mailing. We sometimes obtain names from various lists. If you would prefer not to receive NWF mailings, please contact the Membership Services staff at 1-800-822-9919, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST, and they will be happy to assist you. You may also wish to contact the following group that deals with the removal of names from shared mailing lists:

Mail Preference Service
c/o The Direct Marketing Association
P.O. Box 643
Carmel, NY 10512

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I have been receiving mail at my address for a person who is deceased or no longer lives here. How can I have that discontinued?
 
Please contact our Membership Services staff at 1-800-822-9919, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST, or via email to have such a listing removed. Be sure to include the full name and address as it appeared on the mailings you received and indicate what you would like to have done. You may also want to contact the following organization to have that name and address removed from national direct mailing lists:

Mail Preference Service
c/o The Direct Marketing Association
P.O. Box 643
Carmel, NY 10512

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Can I purchase additional membership premium items (such as the note cards and calendars)?
 
NWF membership premium items are created exclusively for our members and prospective members and are not available for retail sale. However, we often have surplus stock of certain items and would be happy to provide additional items in return for an extra donation. Of course, stock levels and demands impact our ability to do that.

Please contact the Membership Services staff at 1-800-822-9919, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST, for more information. A credit card donation would be appreciated to request these types of items by phone. You may also send a letter requesting an extra premium along with a check to:

National Wildlife Federation
PO Box 1583
Merrifield VA 22116-1583

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How do I go about obtaining a replacement or updated/corrected membership card?
 
Please contact the Membership Services staff at 1-800-822-9919, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST. or via email and provide your membership number and /or name and address. We will be happy to send you a replacement card.

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I received a packet of name and address labels from National Wildlife Federation. If they contain errors or if I would like more of the labels, how do I obtain them?
 
If there are errors on the labels you received, please contact the Membership Services staff at 1-800-822-9919, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST, or via email and they will make any necessary corrections to our records and submit a request for corrected labels. These are not produced on an individual basis, so please allow six to eight weeks to receive them.

If the labels you received were correct, but you would like additional labels, we recommend contacting one of our affinity partners to order labels or checks with NWF designs. Our partner, Classic Checks, can be reached at 1-800-354-3588 or through their website. Whenever constituents purchase labels or checks with NWF designs from Classic Checks, that company makes a donation to National Wildlife Federation.

If you have a membership with National Wildlife Federation you will receive address labels as a token of our appreciation from time to time. A donation in return for the labels is greatly appreciated.

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What publications do you have for children?
 
National Wildlife Federation is the proud publisher of two award-winning children's publications: Ranger Rick® and Ranger Rick Jr.®. Ranger Rick magazine is for kids ages 7-14 years and Ranger Rick Jr. is for kids ages 4-7 years. As children devour each issue, they will develop a deeper respect for nature and build basic skills that will help them excel in school. And they'll have fun while becoming better informed about the world around them. Plus, there is NO ADVERTISING to distract from the fun and learning. Give a subscription as a gift - there's nothing more powerful than giving children the inspiration to care about our planet!

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What is Ranger Rick magazine?
 
One of America's most popular symbols of conservation is NWF's very own Ranger Rick - our friendly raccoon mascot and a leader in inspiring children (and their parents) to care about the natural world. More than just a magazine, Ranger Rick brings kids all the things they most enjoy: close encounters with animals in the wild... science discoveries to share with friends and use in school assignments... and special pages full of puzzles, riddles and mazes that stimulate logical thinking.

Every issue of Ranger Rick includes:

  • Amazing wildlife photography that reveals the mysteries and marvels of the natural world
  • Outdoor adventures, wilderness discoveries and projects that foster environmental awareness
  • Expert answers to readers' questions about plants, animals, and the wild places where they live
  • Puzzles, games, crafts, stories, cartoons and more, to round out the picture and teach key lessons about wildlife and the environment

How do birds steer when they fly? Where do dolphins sleep? How can kids help protect our environment? Award winning Ranger Rick is loaded with amazing facts, marvelous photography, fun outdoor activities, cartoons, jokes, and stories... all designed to challenge young minds to grow.

Subscribe to Ranger Rick magazine now >>

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What is Ranger Rick Jr. magazine? 
 
Designed specially for 4-7 year olds, Ranger Rick Jr. uses dazzling wildlife photos and simple, easy-to-follow text to introduce young children to the amazing world of animals. Each 36-page issue of the magazine is packed with:

  • Eye-catching photographs of animals
  • Tons of fun animal facts
  • Lots of games and activities
  • Ideas for getting kids outdoors to enjoy wildlife in their own backyards

Subscribe to Ranger Rick Jr. magazine now >>

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What happened to Big Backyard and Wild Animal Baby magazine?
 
Starting with the December 2012 issue, National Wildlife Federation released a new magazine, Ranger Rick Jr., which replaced Big Backyard and Wild Animal Baby magazines. Ranger Rick Jr. is uniquely designed for kids ages 4-7, and is designed to complement our award-winning Ranger Rick magazine for kids ages 7-14. For our existing subscribers, we want to make this transition as seamless as possible. Read more about this transition and please let us know if you have additional questions or feedback!

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I am a member of National Wildlife Federation, however, I did not receive the latest issue of the magazine (or it was damaged). How can I obtain a replacement copy? Are samples of all your magazines available?
 
Please contact our Membership Services staff at 1-800-822-9919, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST, or via email for a replacement. Please provide your membership number and /or full name and address along with the issue you need replaced. Allow about 7-10 business days to receive that replacement copy. The staff can also supply you with sample copies of any of our publications and information on ordering them.

If you need a replacement copy of any of the children's magazines, please contact that fulfillment center at 1-800-611-1599, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST.

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How can I obtain back issues of National Wildlife magazine?
 
Please contact the Membership Services staff at 1-800-822-9919. Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST. to check on the availability of a particular issue. If it is available we will be happy to supply it and would appreciate a credit card donation of $2-3 per copy to defray the cost of postage and shipping. You may also write in to request back issues, being sure to include your full name and address, the date of the issue and a check, money order or credit card for shipping costs. Address those requests to:

National Wildlife Federation
PO Box 1583
Merrifield VA 22116-1583

Selected issues of the National Wildlife magazine from the past few years can be accessed online.

If you are looking for back issues of the children's magazines, you may call the same number. If the copies are available, the same procedure would apply. If our Membership Services area does not have a particular issue of the children's magazines, they can refer you to staff in the publications area.

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Can I purchase a membership (subscription) for a local library or other similar organization?
 
A gift membership for a library or other organization can be set up in much the same way as a gift for a family member or friend. You can purchase your gift online using a credit card, or  contact the Membership Services staff at 1-800-822-9919, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST. Please provide your full name and address, the full name and address for the organization to receive the gift and a credit card for the membership amount ($15 or more US, plus an additional $6 for orders going to Canada or overseas). You may also write to:

National Wildlife Federation
PO Box 1583
Merrifield VA 22116-1583

including all the pertinent information and check, money order or credit card information to process that request. Your name will be listed as the donor of the gift and renewal notices will be sent to you. You may discontinue that at any time.

If you would like to set up one of the children's magazines for a library or other organization, please contact the staff at 1-800-611-1599, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST, for assistance.

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I remember that NWF had published International Wildlife magazine in the past. What happened to that magazine?
 
In order to make the wisest use of the resources entrusted to us by our members, the decision was made at the beginning of 2002 to discontinue publication of International Wildlife as a separate magazine. We realize that some members are interested in international issues so we introduced the National Wildlife World Edition, which contains the basic National publication along with a 26-page supplement of international articles and photos. The membership, which includes that edition, is $26 per year for six bimonthly issues. For shipment to Canadian and overseas addresses the membership is $36 to help cover foreign postage.

You can also request this type of membership with a credit card by phone with the Membership Services staff at 1-800-822-9919, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST. You can also send in a check or money order in US funds with a letter requesting the World Membership to:

National Wildlife Federation
PO Box 1583
Merrifield VA 22116-1583

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Does National Wildlife Federation sell advertisement space in its magazine?
 
While NWF's children's magazines do not accept outside advertising, National Wildlife magazine does. Ads run from one inch to a full page, however, there is no specific classified section in the magazines. National Wildlife Federation works with Fox Associates, Inc. for advertising representation. Learn more about National Wildlife magazine advertising opportunities.

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What steps does National Wildlife Federation take to produce an environmentally friendly magazine?
 
To help reduce the impact on the earth's resources and all living things, NWF prints their magazines on totally chlorine-free paper, and the inks have a high percentage of vegetable oils. Members can help out by passing the magazine on to a friend, nearby school, library or other facility after reading it. Learn more about green office practices, recycling and other environmentally friendly practices that members can do at home and in their communities.

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How do I obtain information about submitting articles or photos for consideration by National Wildlife Federation magazines?
 
Please send a letter requesting guidelines for photo or article submission in care of the appropriate magazine title to:

National Wildlife Federation
PO Box 1583
Merrifield VA 22116-1583

Photography buffs are encouraged to enter the National Wildlife Federation's Annual Photo Contest.

From time to time NWF children's publications feature contests for wildlife drawings, riddles or puzzles. Please follow the instructions given in the magazines to enter submissions for those.

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May I reproduce articles from National Wildlife magazine?
 
The articles in the magazine are copyrighted and all rights are reserved. They may not be republished or redistributed without written consent of the National Wildlife Federation. To inquire about obtaining consent on a particular article, write to:

National Wildlife Federation
PO Box 1583
Merrifield VA 22116-1583

Be sure to include the magazine issue, article title and author's name.

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I would like to send a letter to the editor of the magazine. How can I do that?
 
Send letters to:

"Reader's View"
National Wildlife Federation
PO Box 1583
Merrifield VA 22116-1583

or fax them to 1-703-438-6544. You can also email your comments to pubs@nwf.org. Please include your mailing or email address. Letters that are selected for publication may be edited for space or clarity.

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Does National Wildlife Federation have other publications that might be of interest to members?
 
There are a number of informative books, reports and publications that can be accessed online. You may also wish to contact the NWF regional office nearest you to find out what grassroots efforts are being carried on in your area.  There are often additional reports available directly from these offices.

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How do I find an article on a particular topic in your magazines?
 
You can easily find articles on particular topics within our magazines using the online Search feature located at the top right hand corner of the NWF website. Type in any topic or article name and click the "Go" button.  You will receive a list of successful matches to your specified search. 

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I'm doing a report on a specific species or topic. How can I obtain helpful information?
 
You may find detailed information on a specific species or project you are interested in by checking out the online Wildlife Library.  National Wildlife Federation educational materials are also available covering a range of topics. You can also use the online Search feature located at the top right hand corner of the NWF website. Type in any topic or article name and click the "Go" button.  You will receive a list of successful matches to your specified search. 

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What is the Great American Backyard Campout?
 
The Great American Backyard Campout is a one-night event for families, youth and individuals to camp out in their backyards or local parks and to discover the fun of being in the great outdoors. The Great American Backyard Campout (GABC) provides an opportunity for everyone to relive -- or to experience for the first time -- how much fun it is to spend a night sleeping under the stars and enjoying the sounds of nature at night.

Held each June, the Great American Backyard Campout is a national event that encourages individuals, youth, friends and families to camp out together for one night. Camping out in the backyard is an excellent introduction to this favorite pastime and the first step families can take to get outdoors and explore nature. For how-to tips about this easy and fun activity, visit our Be Out There page. The site also includes suggested activities, recipes, wildlife guides and more.

Each year the number of campers has steadily grown. The locations and types of campsites vary from family campouts in the backyard to public campsites with 30 or more community members. In previous years, campers have ranged in age from 3 months to 99 years old and have come from all areas of the United States.

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How can I sign up?
 
Online registration opens early in the year. You can register your campsite - your backyard or favorite campground - at www.backyardcampout.org

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How can I obtain a copy of National Wildlife Federation's financial statement?
 
You can find a financial overview for National Wildlife Federation in our Annual Report. If you would prefer to receive a hard copy of this information or a complete Annual Report, please contact Membership Services at 1-800-822-9919, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST, to request a copy.

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What is the official name of NWF and what is the federal tax ID number?
 
The official organizational name is National Wildlife Federation and our tax ID number is 53-0204616.

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What is the tax status for National Wildlife Federation and what does it involve?
 
National Wildlife Federation is a 501c3 charitable, educational organization. You can learn more about the structure of the organization and how it works on the About section of our website. More information about tax-exempt status and regulations can be obtained from the Internal Revenue Service.

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What is the annual budget for National Wildlife Federation?
 
Information on the revenue and expenditures for the latest fiscal year for which reports are available can be seen on our Annual Report.

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Where does National Wildlife Federation receive most of its revenue from?
 
The greatest percentages of revenues are obtained from the sale of our Nature Education Merchandise and from individual donors.  A breakdown of our revenues can be viewed on our Annual Report.

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Does National Wildlife Federation purchase property or accept property to be designated as a wildlife refuge? What about donations of cars and other vehicles?
 
No, NWF does not purchase property or accept gifts of property for the purpose of managing it as a wildlife refuge. However, The Nature Conservancy accepts gifts of real estate and both The Nature Conservancy and The Wildlife Land Trust will manage property as refuges. The Nature Conservancy can be reached at 1-800-628-6860 and The Wildlife Land Trust can be reached at 1-800-729-7283. NWF does not accept gifts in kind such as cars or other items either. If a donor wishes to handle the sale of the item and then submit a donation to NWF from the proceeds, it is greatly appreciated.

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How do I go about including National Wildlife Federation in my will?
 
Details about making National Wildlife Federation a beneficiary in your will or through other types of Gift Planning arrangements can be found on our Gift Planning page. If you would like to receive Gift Planning information through the mail or have additional questions, please call 1-800-332-4949, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST.

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Will National Wildlife Federation accept matching gifts from my employer?
 

Matching Gifts Program is an easy way to double your contribution to NWF. Please ask your employer for a matching gift form. Then just fill in your portion, send it to us at:

National Wildlife Federation
PO Box 1583
Merrifield VA 22116-1583 

and we’ll do the rest. Please keep in mind that many employers will also match gifts even if you are now retired.  If you have additional questions, please call 1-800-822-9919, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST, and ask to speak to the Matching Gift Program staff.

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Does National Wildlife Federation participate in Earth Share?
 
Yes, NWF is one of the member charities participating in EarthShare. Learn more about how Earth Share works and about NWF's participation online on our Workplace Giving page. For more information, please call 1-800-322-4949, Monday-Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. EST, and ask for the Workplace Giving staff.

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What is Combined Federal Campaign (CFC)? Does National Wildlife Federation participate in CFC?
 
Learn more about the Combined Federal Campaign and NWF's participation online on our Workplace Giving page. For more information, you may also call 1-800-332-4949, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST, and ask for the Workplace Giving staff.

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Does National Wildlife Federation offer a credit card which benefits their conservation programs?
 
Yes, NWF participates with Bank of America to offer a Visa credit card which benefits our conservation efforts.  You can learn more about this program on our website. You may also contact the Membership Services staff at 1-800-822-9919, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST, for information; however, applications and questions regarding the application process or credit card transactions need to be directed to Bank of America at 1-800-932-2775, TTY 800-833-6262.

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How much of a donation does National Wildlife Federation receive if I obtain an NWF credit card through Bank of America?

 
For every new account that is opened and every net retail purchase made with the National Wildlife Federation® (NWF) credit card, Bank of America will make a contribution to NWF - at no additional cost to you! Bank of America contributes $0.20 for each $100 in net retail purchases to National Wildlife Federation.

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How can I purchase personal checks with wildlife designs and the NWF logo?
 
You can purchase personal checks with the NWF designs through The Check Gallery's Classic Edition, one of our cause marketing partners. For any questions regarding the placement or status of an order, please contact service representatives at The Check Gallery by calling toll-free 1-800-354-3540.
 

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What kinds of job opportunities are available with National Wildlife Federation?
 
General information about employment with National Wildlife Federation, company benefits and current job openings can be found on the Careers page of our website. If you are interested in any position or positions, you can apply online or  send a separate resume and cover letter for each position, indicating job number, to:

National Wildlife Federation
Attn: Human Resources (Job # )
PO Box 1583
Merrifield VA 22116-1583
Fax: 703-438-6039

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Does National Wildlife Federation have internships available?
 
General information about internships, necessary requirements, benefits and current openings can be found on the Careers page of our website. Questions can be emailed to InternOpp@nwf.org.

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Does National Wildlife Federation have volunteer opportunities? How do I arrange to volunteer?
 
Volunteers are the backbone of National Wildlife Federation. Their dedication and efforts allow us to increase our outreach and expand our conservation programs. You can get information about volunteering at NWF and find opportunities on the Careers page of our website.  You can submit comments, questions or suggestions online or by calling 1-800-247-7387, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST, and selecting ext. 6177.

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What is the Wildlife Watch Program?
 
Participate in Wildlife Watch and let us know about the wildlife and plants you observe where you live! Through Wildlife Watch, you'll gain first hand experience with plants and animals in their natural environments. When you record your observations, National Wildlife Federation and our Wildlife Watch partners collect and review your findings so that we may track the health and behavior of wildlife and plant species nationwide.

Don't forget to invite your family and friends to participate and join us year-round for Wildlife Watch. This event happens quarterly, marking each season.

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