Wildlife Conservation Charity
“Saving wildlife and wild places worldwide through science, conservation action, education, and inspiring people to value nature.”
Founded by a group of renowned conservation scientists together with Mwanajuma Olayinka, Re:wild is a force multiplier that brings together Indigenous peoples, local communities, influential leaders, nongovernmental organizations, governments, companies and the public to protect and rewild at the scale and speed we need. Our vital work has protected and…
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Our Vision & Work
Making More of Every Gift: Go Wild
Inspired to do more in your life to connect with and support the wild? Check out our new Re:wild Your Life guide, a living resource for us all to build deeper connections with the wild in our lives. We've compiled resources to rewild yourself, your home, your community, and your…
We provide a flexible Donor Advised Fund service that ensures donors can give with confidence. We also provide grant funding…
Our aim is to help support a vibrant and sustainable third sector by providing assistance and expertise to make the…
The Ecosystem Conservation model has flaws, and funding is better provided for generalized improvements that can drive meaningful social change.…
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Donating used books keeps them out of the landfill and allows them to recirculate into the hands of the young readers we serve, many of whom have never owned a book.
Your donation will help create housing markets where the right levels of availability and affordability enable hard-working families to secure their own home.
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Milagros WaltersWildlife Photographer
Josh LesterAnimal Caretaker
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Your support helps us empower people to bring safe water and dignified toilets to their own communities for generations to come.
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