Founded in 1936 by a visionary conservationist, the National Wildlife Federation is America's largest and most trusted wildlife conservation and education organization. What began as a conference to unite conservationists has grown into a federation that works closely with regional centers, state and territory affiliates, project offices, and partners across the country. Our power comes from the commitment of many—of men, women, and children who care about safeguarding our nation's wildlife. We thank you in joining with us to help protect America's precious wildlife. Members like you have access to a personally dedicated individual philanthropy team member, who is available Monday through Friday to field your questions and concerns. Get to know the National Wildlife Federation’s Individual Philanthropy Team by reading their bios below.
Director of Regional Philanthropy Rocky Mountain Region
Regional Philanthropy Officer Northern Rockies, Prairies, and Pacific Region
Director of Regional Philanthropy Great Lakes Region
Senior Coordinator, Individual Philanthropy
Senior Director of Individual Philanthropy
Director of Regional Philanthropy Mid-Atlantic Region
Director of Philanthropy Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions
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More than one-third of U.S. fish and wildlife species are at risk of extinction in the coming decades. We're on the ground in seven regions across the country, collaborating with 53 state and territory affiliates to reverse the crisis and ensure wildlife thrive.