The National Wildlife Federation is proud to work with a broad spectrum of partners to achieve our mission. From event sponsorship to strategic partnerships, the National Wildlife Federation 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, the National Wildlife Federation has been proud to work with key partners such as Subaru, Disney Conservation Fund, Bank of America, General Motors, and the Alcoa Foundation. Learn more about working with the National Wildlife Federation as a corporate partner.
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. Learn more »
Bank of America helps support the National Wildlife Federation 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. Learn more »
Alcoa Foundation is the foundation associated with Alcoa Corporation. Alcoa Foundation invests where Alcoa has a presence, partnering with communities to address local needs in a sustainable manner. With nonprofit partners, Alcoa Foundation contributes to environmental excellence, economic success, and social responsibility around the globe. Alcoa Foundation furthers its mission by supporting programs that create sustainable value for the communities where Alcoa operates, providing grants that contribute to environmental excellence around the world, particularly in the areas of biodiversity conservation and climate change research. Alcoa Foundation supports the National Wildlife Federation’s Eco-Schools USA program through the Alcoa W5 program. Learn more at alcoafoundation.com and follow @AlcoaFoundation on Twitter. Learn more »
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. Learn more »
Monarch populations have declined by more than 90% over the past 20 years – habitat loss is a leading cause. Thanks to a new partnership with Dorel Home™, a division of Dorel Industries (TSX: DII.B; DII.A), the National Wildlife Federation and Dorel Home’s launch of Little Seeds™ brand are helping plant 500 school monarch/pollinator gardens from Minnesota to Texas through the Central Monarch Flyway. Little Seeds is a furniture brand providing families with high quality children's products with great style. The brand is committed to protecting and preserving the environment for our children's future. Since 1973, the National Wildlife Federation’s Garden for Wildlife program has helped people restore habitat and wildlife populations to our cities, towns and neighborhoods. Learn more »
Since 2013, the PSEG Foundation has been a major funder of the New Jersey Eco-Schools USA program, a partnership between the National Wildlife Federation and our New Jersey affiliate, New Jersey Audubon. PSEG’s partnership with Eco-Schools fits seamlessly with their corporate responsibility priorities, which include collaborating with organizations to promote environmental stewardship, sustainability, and high-quality STEM educational opportunities. Thanks to PSEG’s support, the New Jersey Eco-Schools USA program has grown substantially and currently engages more than 270 schools by providing direct support and professional development for teachers and administrators. Learn more »
A founding corporate partner of the National Wildlife Federation’s Butterfly Heroes program by providing regionally specific, native milkweed seeds to program participants, Botanical Interests is a family-owned business headquartered in Broomfield, Colorado and offering more than 600 dependable varieties of non-GMO and untreated vegetable, herb, and flower seeds, many of which are also certified organic and heirloom. Learn more »
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 the National Wildlife Federation’s Certified Wildlife Habitat program, American Beauties is dedicated to promoting native plants that “bring life to the garden,” the perfect complement to the National Wildlife Federation’s efforts to encourage homeowners to create wildlife-friendly habitats. Learn more »
Busch Systems is a Canadian-based recycling solutions company with a mission to support everyone who cares about waste diversion with leading-edge products and services that maximize the quantity and quality of their recycling program. The National Wildlife Federation partners with Busch as one of the five participating charities their eco-conscious customers can donate to as part of Busch Systems Project Rise. Learn more »
A new corporate partner of the National Wildlife Federation’s Great American Campout in 2017, the Jellystone Park™ system is the second largest chain of campgrounds in the United States, boasting 80 campgrounds with more than 17,000 campsites and vacation rentals in 32 states and four Canadian provinces. Its Camp-Resorts are among the best campgrounds in the industry with a quality reputation for being fun, friendly, clean and service-oriented parks. Additionally, each Jellystone Park™ is themed with Yogi Bear™ elements providing instant recognition and consumer appeal. It is truly a place “Where You Camp with Friends.”®
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park™ Camp-Resorts are franchised through Leisure Systems, Inc. (LSI), a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Park River Corporation, Cincinnati, Ohio. Learn more »
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eDemocracy.us, LLC is a website that allows voters to communicate directly with their congressional representatives for their district. Through eDemocracy.us, voters can direct their legislator on how to vote on specific pieces of legislation. Voters can post questions and see their representatives’ answers. Voters can also monitor their representatives’ voting record through the site. Learn more »
CSRHub provides access to the world’s largest corporate social responsibility and sustainability ratings and information. It covers over 17,700 companies from 135 industries in 133 countries. The National Wildlife Federation is proud to work with CSRHub as an important part of the careful vetting process used to qualify our corporate partners. Learn more »
The National Wildlife Federation is a partner of Animal Planet’s R.O.A.R Campaign (Reach Out. Act. Respond). Animal Planet has partnered with the National Wildlife Federation 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 the National Wildlife Federation’s Adopt A Wildlife Acre Program. Learn more »
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