Special Giving Options
There are many ways you can support the International Wolf Center beyond your membership and tax-deductible donations. For information on any of these giving programs, contact Manisha Nordeen by phone at 763-233-7137 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alpha Legacy Members
The Alpha Legacy planned giving program allows you to support our wolves and our work by including the Center in your estate plans. Your planned gift may be made in a number of ways including cash, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, or other fungible assets.
Your planned gift ensures that future generations will inherit a world with wolves.
If you’d like more information about our planned giving program, please contact Manisha Nordine at 763-233-7137 or by email: email@example.com. Thank you!
Gifts in tribute, honor or memory
Make a gift to highlight someone or something meaningful in your life.
The International Wolf Center will print your gift message in International Wolf magazine and mail a letter and a copy of the magazine to those being recognized.
Tribute, in honor, and memorial gifts are meant to be on behalf of people, animals or our wolves and not a personal commentary. Space and content restrictions may apply.
Employer Matching Gifts
Increase your contribution’s impact by using your organization’s matching gift program.
Some employers will match employees’ charitable contributions and volunteer hours. Ask your employer if they have a matching gifts program. Both you and your employer will receive recognition for the support.
The International Wolf Center is a 501(c)(3) organization. The Center’s tax-id number is 41-1543539.
Volunteers play a vital role at the International Wolf Center, contributing thousands of hours each year to help our staff reach as many people and maximize our resources as fully as possible.
Amazon Wish List
You can support us by purchasing any of the items we have listed on our Amazon Wish List.
The International Wolf Center is a 501(c)(3) organization.
The International Wolf Center advances the survival of wolf populations by teaching about wolves, their relationship to wildlands and the human role in their future.