Together we will work to protect and preserve America’s most iconic habitats and species
The National Wildlife Federation is the leading voice for wildlife and wild places in the United States. Our federation offers corporate partnership opportunities to engage employees, develop successful corporate social responsibility initiatives, and support meaningful conservation programs that help ensure wildlife thrives in a rapidly changing world.
The National Wildlife Federation has seven million members and supporters across America, and engages millions more through its education, community outreach, consumer marketing and advocacy campaigns. Together with its affiliates, the National Wildlife Federation is active in all 50 states, making the National Wildlife Federation one of the most prolific grassroots conservation organizations in the country. We are a national organization with local impact, making geographic alignment with your business and preferred markets our shared goal. We work together with our partners to reach mutually beneficial objectives. Each partnership is unique and we work to provide comprehensive opportunities that enhance your brand, engage employees, and directly impact communities where your stakeholders live and work.
From environmental social justice programs to our zero waste initiative to our Women in Conservation Leadership Summit, we offer a wide range of sponsorship opportunities that can align with your company’s corporate social responsibility program or environmental priorities.
We engage employees from both large and small businesses through meaningful volunteerism initiatives designed to help protect, restore, and transform wildlife conservation. Opportunities include onsite volunteer activities and participation in unique fundraising initiatives.
Involve customers, stakeholders, and employees in the cause through memorable marketplace promotions that help raise funds and drive awareness, while also bringing value to your brand.
Contact Terrie Clifford, Senior Director of Corporate Partnerships, to develop an integrated sponsorship initiative, cause marketing program, or employee engagement opportunity.
Our officially licensed products serve as a very visible channel for helping consumers better understand the natural world and inspiring the public to support our mission. Learn more about our licensing opportunities.
Contact Sharon Bennett, Associate Vice President of Licensing, to discuss potential licensing opportunities with the National Wildlife Federation and Ranger Rick brands.
From cause marketing and employee engagement to corporate support of key initiatives, we believe that lasting conservation will be achieved through collaboration with a range of extraordinary partners. We welcome the opportunity to explore how we can work together.
For information about becoming a corporate partner, contact:
National Wildlife Federation Ethical Code of Conduct:
Developing and implementing one of the strongest codes of conduct in the conservation sector based on the organization’s staff and board-adopted core values of collaboration, empowerment, inclusivity, mindfulness, and mission-focus, including mandatory workplace conduct and anti-harassment training.
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