World Wildlife Fund is the largest privately supported international conservation organization in the world with more than 1.2 million members in the United States. Since its inception in 1961, World Wildlife Fund has invested in over ten thousand projects in 157 countries.
World Wildlife Fund directs its conservation efforts toward three global initiatives: protecting endangered spaces, saving endangered species, and addressing global threats. From working to save the giant panda, tiger, and rhino, to helping establish and manage parks and wildlife reserves, World Wildlife Fund continues to thrive at the forefront of environmental conservation.
For more information about WWF and our conservation efforts, visit our About Us page.