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Our Mission

kidwithblackracoonWe are committed to inspiring participation and awareness in the preservation of fragile ecosystems by educating youth and providing opportunities for personal direct action to save the diversity of life on Earth.

How We Do It

Since 1988 we have focused our efforts on protecting entire ecosystems and natural communities, not just individual species, to ensure a long term conservation strategy. We raise donations and awareness for these biologically diverse ecosystems through our Adoption Programs, Conservation Meters and Insect Discovery Lab. We partner with schools, universities, zoos, aquariums, botanical gardens, natural history museums, and science centers worldwide to protect wildlife in nature. We work in collaboration with businesses, and corporations to ensure the conservation of ecosystems for future generations.

SaveNature.org is a non-profit organization under section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax-deductible. Our tax ID # is 94-3177095.

What We’ve Done So Far

 

 

To date, through the efforts of 150 institutions and 2,700 schools nationwide, reaching more than 80 million children and adults, SaveNature.Org has raised awareness and more than $4.5 million for ecosystem protection to save wildlife and wild places. SaveNature.Org works in 11 countries to preserve the plants, animals and natural communities that represent the diversity of life on Earth.

SaveNature.Org received the World Wildlife Fund’s Conservation Award, The National Environmental Awards Council Certificate of Environmental Achievement, and Congressional Recognition from the United States Congress and Outstanding Contribution to Conservation from The Nature Conservancy. Our programs have been highlighted in Newsweek, National Geographic, Time, Scholastic News, National Geo-Kid and local print and news media such as Bay Area People KTVU, Bay Area Backroads, Evening Magazine, View From the Bay and numerous news television programs.

For more information about us, see the SaveNature.Org website.