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NGO Research Assignment
Transcript of NGO Research Assignment
wwF was established on April 29th, 1961. WWF was formed when a small group of passionate and committed individuals signed a declaration that came to be know as the Morges Manifesto. Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands became the organization's first president. WWF the U.S. appeal, became the second national organization.
WWF was formed because an urgent worldwide action was needed to stop the large amount of wild animals being endangered, extinct and habitats destroyed.
The purpose of WWF is to stop degradation of our planet's natural environment, and build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature. In order for WWF to achieve their purpose they focus on 2 main areas: biodiversity and footprint.
WWF gets its funds from a variety of sources. WWF receives its funds from sources such as charity shops, statutory funding, gifts, promotional income from companies and their employees, donations from trusts and foundations and of course individual contributors like you and I.
With more than 50 years of experience at an international level, and more than 25 years of operation in Australia, WWF is the world's largest and most respected independent conservation organization.
WWF has completed 265 actions and 312 actions are in progress.
NGO Research Assignment
By: Tavleen Deol
The NGO i have picked for my research assignment is:
WWF which stands for World Wildlife Fund
Biodiversity is one of the two areas that WWF has to focus on. WWF wants the biodiversity to stay health and vibrant for the generations ahead. WWF is strategically focusing on conserving critical places and critical species that are particularly important for the conservation of our earth's rich biodiversity.
The ecological footprint is the second main area that WWF focuses on. WWF wants to reduce the negative impacts of the human activity (our ecological footprint). WWF are working to ensure that the natural resources required for life (land, water, and air) are managed sustainably and equitably.
WWF's goals are:
•to stop damaging our only life support system
•to share our world with all the other species that live on it
•to stop being the cause of many different species extinction
•to also learn to live with what natural resources that are available to us
For general inquiries:
Business hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. ET
You can email us at:
Toronto (Head Office)
245 Eglinton Ave. East
Tel: 1-800-26-PANDA (72632)
There are many ways how you can help get involved with WWF.
Here are some ways you can get involved:
•adopt an animal
•campaign with WWF
•make a donation
•join the Go Wild club
Adopt An Animal
Adopting an endangered animal is one of the best ways to support it and to protect the whole species. It also helps make a lasting connection with your chosen species, whether it's a panda, tiger, polar bear or etc.
Campaign With WWF
WWF is listened to by-decision makers around the world and the more backing we have from you the louder our voice becomes. Whether signing up for Earth Hour or asking MPs to strengthen bills on energy, logging or marine protection, your help is invaluable
Fundraise for WWF by taking part in one of our exciting events or have fun organizing your own!
Make A Donation
WWF urgently needs funds to help protect endangered species and their habitats around the world. Please give all you can and WWF promises to spend your money wisely.
Join The Go Wild Club
If you know anyone aged 7-11, check our our Go Wild club. With games, stories, mags and goodies, Go Wild is an exciting way to learn fascinating facts about wildlife, and meet new friends like Lottie the otter and Roary the tiger.
There are many more ways you can get involved as well! Check it out on:
DON'T YOU WANT OUR WORLD TO BE A BETTER PLACE! VISIT OUR WEBSITE TODAY AND MAKE A DONATION OR JOIN THE WWF CLUB AND HELP OUT MANY ENDANGERED SPECIES AND YOUR ENVIRONMENT!