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National Wildlife Federation

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National Wildlife Federation is a wildlife protection organization based in Reston, VA that was founded in 1939. As of 2019 they had $94 million in revenue and $122 million in assets.

National Wildlife Federation's (nwf) mission is to inspire Americans to protect Wildlife for our children's future. Nwf has three strategic programmatic areas: a) iconic landscapes, b) healthy waters and c) vibrant communities. Through education, outr...

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53-0204616
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Founded:
1939
Type:
501(c)(3)
NTEE:
Revenue:
$94,376,443
Assets:
$122,081,183
Employees:
386
Fiscal year end:
August
Revenue trends:
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Program areas at National Wildlife Federation

Conservation advocacyfrom coastal wetlands to bottomland hardwood forests, nature plays a leading role in sequestering carbon and shielding communities from the effects of severe climate-fueled fires, floods, hurricanes and storms. By investing in both natural solutions and cleaner sources of energy, the National Wildlife Federation believes we can act on climate change to stave off the worst impacts while supporting healthy Wildlife and biodiversity for future generations - making people and Wildlife more resilient.as the costs of natural disasters rise due to climate change and other factors, pre-disaster spending to mitigate such crises is critical. The National Wildlife Federation educated decision makers about the disaster recovery and reform act that passed in 2018 by stressing the importance of pre-disaster spending on hazard mitigation. The federal emergency management agency (fema) is now authorized to set aside the equivalent of 6 percent of all disaster spending on pre-disaster mitigation efforts around the ...

Membership educationmembership education programs maintain an active, engaged and informed membership providing supporters with the information and inspiration to make a difference in their own backyards, their communities, and across the country. Nwf reaches millions of supporters on a monthly basis to communicate the most pressing needs facing the environment today - from people becoming more disconnected from nature to loss of habitat and the impacts of climate change. Through such publications as National Wildlife magazine, the nwf website, and other sources of information, nwf is educating our membership base on how nwf is working to protect Wildlife and habitat. Every month, through National Wildlife millions of people can read informative feature articles about Wildlife and Wildlife conservation, the latest environmental news and success stories from nwf and around the nation.

Education outreachconnecting our children and future generations with Wildlife and the outdoors is fundamental to protecting our environment. Research shows that children who spend regular, positive time in nature develop a deeper, lifelong affection for the natural world and have more empathy for Wildlife. Working with families, schools and youth organizations, the National Wildlife Federation is dedicated to a combination of conservation education mixed with regular outdoor time. Future conservationists not only need to feel a love of nature, but they must also have the knowledge and skills to protect it.the National Wildlife Federation's approach to organized education enlists thousands of schools across the united states to participate in effective environmental education. Our school programs foster hands-on learning on a range of topics, including energy and climate, plastics and solid waste, sustainable food and biodiversity, and habitat. The lessons and curricula we use align with state and National academic standards ...

Form 990s for National Wildlife Federation

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2018-08Jul 23, 2019990View PDF
2017-08May 14, 2018990View PDF
2016-08Aug 22, 2017990View PDF
2015-08Jul 25, 2016990View PDF
2014-08Jul 22, 2016990View PDF
...and six more Form 990 PDFs

Financials for National Wildlife Federation

Field2019
Total grants, contributions, etc.$78,723,198
Program services$7,149,557
Investment income and dividends$846,729
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$940,388
Net rental income$27,366
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$867,869
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$5,312,870
Miscellaneous revenues$508,466
Total revenues$94,376,443

Vendors for National Wildlife Federation

VendorServicesAmount paidDate
Marcum LLPTax accounting; Audit accounting2020-01-06
█████████ ███████ ████████ ███Insurance agent or broker$4,1242019-12-31
██████ ███████ ████Insurance2019-12-31
█████ ██████ ██ ████████Insurance2019-12-31
█████████ ███████ ████████Insurance agent or broker$11,9912019-12-31
█████████ ████ █████████ ███████Insurance2019-12-31
█████ ███ ████████Insurance2019-12-31
█████████Content management system software2019-10-19
...and 20 more vendors

Personnel at National Wildlife Federation

NameTitleCompensationMost recent data
Collin O'MaraPresident and Chief Executive Officer$0Aug. 16, 2020
Karen WagnerChief Financial Officer$169,148Aug. 16, 2020
████ ██████Chief Innovation and Growth Officer-Aug. 16, 2020
██████ ████████Chief People and Administration Officer$143,056Aug. 16, 2020
█████ ██████ █████Chief of Policy and Advocacy$0Aug. 16, 2020
████ ███████Chief Development Officer-Aug. 16, 2020
██████ ████ ████Chief Program Officer-Aug. 16, 2020
███ ████Vice President, Conservation Policy-July 17, 2019
█████ █████Vice President, Education and Training$181,808July 17, 2019
████ █████████Vice President, One Federation-Aug. 16, 2020
...and 19 more key personnel

Peer wildlife conservation and protection organizations

 NameTypeRevenueLocation
1National Wild Turkey Federation501(c)(3)$40 millionEdgefield, SC
2Trout Unlimited (TU)501(c)(3)$53 millionArlington, VA
3Student Conservation Association (SCA)501(c)(3)$41 millionArlington, VA
4Wildlife Conservation Society501(c)(3)$278 millionBronx, NY
5Rainforest Trust501(c)(3)$48 millionWarrenton, VA
6People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)501(c)(3)$52 millionNorfolk, VA
7Ducks Unlimited501(c)(3)$192 millionMemphis, TN
8Birdlife International501(c)(3)$30 millionUnited Kingdom,
9Archbold Biological Station (ABS)501(c)(3)$30 millionVenus, FL
10Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF)501(c)(3)$66 millionMissoula, MT
11African Wildlife Foundation (AWF)501(c)(3)$26 millionWashington, DC
12Historic Virginia Land Conservancy501(c)(3)$31 millionWilliamsburg, VA
13Defenders of Wildlife501(c)(3)$39 millionWashington, DC
14Audubon Nature Institute501(c)(3)$35 millionNew Orleans, LA
15National Aquarium501(c)(3)$47 millionBaltimore, MD
16International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW)501(c)(3)$26 millionYarmouth Port, MA
17San Diego Zoo Global501(c)(3)$343 millionSan Diego, CA
18National Trust for Scotland (NTS)501(c)(3)$66 millionUnited Kingdom,
19The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty To Animals501(c)(3)$267 millionNew York, NY
20Cheyenne Mountain Zoological Society501(c)(3)$23 millionColorado Springs, CO
21Tennessee Aquarium501(c)(3)$24 millionChattanooga, TN
22Detroit Zoological Society501(c)(3)$46 millionRoyal Oak, MI
23Environmental Defense Fund (EDF)501(c)(3)$210 millionNew York, NY
24Southern Environmental Law Center (SELC)501(c)(3)$60 millionCharlottesville, VA
25Oceana501(c)(3)$51 millionWashington, DC