You can help unleash the power of philanthropy by partnering with us, so together we can take bold action and create real-world solutions that make an immediate and lasting impact.
Gifts of $10,000 or more may be directed to one of our priority programmes below.
Room to Roam – More than 60% of Africa’s elephants live in or migrate into areas outside of national parks and other protected spaces. This makes them vulnerable to human-wildlife conflict and their greatest threat to their survival— poaching. Together, we can create a network of protected spaces where elephants and other animals can safely migrate and people can thrive alongside wildlife. A transformative gift to the Room to Roam Campaign protects wild spaces and wildlife, helps rangers stop poachers, and supports sustainable economic opportunities for people in Kenya, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Zambia and Malawi. To read our latest update, click here.
Animal rescue - Now more than ever, the effects of climate change are dramatically increasing the frequency and intensity of disasters causing devastation and destruction that impact people, pets, and wildlife alike. Human-caused threats to animals like oil spills, war and illegal wildlife trade leave animals injured or orphaned. Ocean pollution can entangle wildlife and shifting tides cause dolphins to be stranded. IFAW’s expert global network of staff and volunteers are trained in the best practices in rescue & work with communities to reduce risks by including animals in their emergency plans and policies. To learn more about the Animal Rescue Campaign click here.
Read our latest impact report here.
Wildlife Crime – Our global network is on the frontlines to ensure that animals have the protection they need from the illegal forces that threaten their survival. Our Wildlife Rangers, Detection Dogs and Wildlife Security Handlers, Policy and Advocacy teams, Businesses and Communities are leading the way in the fight against the serious crimes of illegal wildlife poaching, trafficking and trade. IFAW also collaborates with World Wildlife Fund, TRAFFIC and global online technology companies, to convene the Coalition to End Wildlife Trafficking Online. IFAW’s latest report issued in the United States entitled Digital Markets: Wildlife Trafficking Hidden in Plain Sight offers a glimpse into the nature of the online trade in protected wildlife species via a six-week investigation into 34 popular, US-based online marketplaces. To keep updated with our fight against wildlife crime click here.
Marine Mammal Conservation - Marine mammals are increasingly affected by fishing gear entanglements, ocean noise, vessel collisions, whaling and climate change. If we don’t act now, these threats facing marine life will lead to species extinction and will have devastating effects on our planet in fact, it’s critically important to save the North Atlantic Right Whale species now because there are fewer than 340 left. To read more about the plight of the Right Whale click here. We aim to protect millions of marine species from danger as we partner with governments, non-government organisations, communities and our supporters to take bold action and protect the world’s oceans. Read more here about IFAW’s marine mammal conservation work and here on marine mammal rescue and rescue.
We are tackling the problems that are urgent, complicated, and resistant to change. Real solutions demand creativity, hard work and involvement from people like you. We believe every individual animal matters. Saving one animal can make the difference between losing and saving an entire species.
If you wish to make a donation to support our rescue and conservation efforts and make a direct impact for animals and the place they call home, please click below.