Welcome to American Wildlife Conservation Fund

Sadly American Wildlife Conservation Fund is no longer running but we have decided with the help of our sponsors to save this domain and help people with big hart donate to those wildlife conservation charities that we find worthy. If you would like to assist and donate your money to charities or organizations please consider all wildlife organizations and charities that we are listing here.

American Wildlife Conservation Funds

National Wildlife Federation

National Wildlife Federation is a voice for wildlife, dedicated to protecting wildlife and habitat and inspiring the future generation of conservationists.

National Wildlife Federation has offices across the country, including our headquarters in Reston, VA, a National Advocacy Center in Washington, D.C. and seven regional centers.

NWF Headquarters
11100 Wildlife Center Drive
Reston, VA 20190
Phone: 703-438-6000

Conservation Fund

At the Fund, we make conservation work for America. By creating solutions that make environmental and economic sense, we are redefining conservation to demonstrate its essential role in our future prosperity. Top-ranked for efficiency and effectiveness, we have worked in all 50 states to protect 7.8 million acres of land since 1985

Conservation Fund Headquarters
1655 N. Fort Myer Drive, Suite 1300
Arlington, Virginia 22209
P: 703-525-6300 | F: 703-525-4610


An organization that brings together people who love animals and enjoy their company, leaves its paw print via a slew of activities. Especially worth noting is the PAWS Wildlife Center, which provides healthcare and rehabilitation to wild animals.

Paws Wildlife Center Hours
April 1 - September 30: Daily, 8 a.m.- 8 p.m.
October 1 - March 31: Daily, 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.
If you have found an injured or sick wild animal, please call us at 425.412.4040 as soon as possible. Emails are only checked periodically.

World Wildlife Fund

The influential organization combines hand-on conservation efforts and takes active part in forming policy and legislation. WWF grants special focus to particular species, including tigers, dolphins and elephants.

US Headquarters
World Wildlife Fund
1250 24th Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20037-1193
P.O. Box 97180
Washington, DC 20090-7180
(202) 293-4800

International Fund for Animal Welfare

Saving seals, defending whales, protecting elephants and saving tigers are just some of the projects IFAW is dedicated to. Overseeing 40-some projects, the organization provides hands-on assistance to animals and generates campaigns for the awareness of animals in danger of extinction.

Washington, DC office
1350 Connecticut Avenue NW
Suite 1220
Washington, DC 20036
United States
Tel: +1 (800) 932 4329
Fax: +1 (202) 296 3802
Email: info@ifaw.org

Animal Welfare Institute

Since its founding in 1951, AWI has sought to alleviate the suffering inflicted on animals by people. In the organization's early years, our particular emphasis was on the desperate needs of animals used for experimentation. In the decades that followed, we expanded the scope of our work to address many other areas of animal suffering.

Animal Welfare Institute
900 Pennsylvania Ave., SE
Washington, DC 20003
(202) 337-2332
(202) 446-2131 (fax)