Wyoming Community Foundation Family of Funds

111

Makes Grants

To benefit Wyoming’s wildlife and habitat, and carries out the administrative work on other charitable funds as well.

81

Focus Areas

To support work on species in decline, habitat enhancement, conservation education and access to land for hunters & non-hunters alike.

76

Gift Planning

To support you in making a gift which will benefit Wyoming’s Wildlife for the long-term

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Working Hard for Wyoming's Wildlife

WWF administers funds and makes grants that benefit Wyoming’s incredible habitats and wildlife.

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Old West Invitational Turkey Shoot

Hosted by the Wyoming Wildlife Foundation and the Greater Hulette Community Center, this event has a two-pronged goal:

  1. Raise funds for two great nonprofits and promote wildlife conservation in Wyoming.
  2.  WWF uses proceeds raised to support wildlife habitat projects across the state.

Giving them the Room They Deserve

17
Years Working for Wyoming’s Wildlife
Over 300
Projects Supported
$22,000
In grants to support Wyoming Youth for Natural Resources in 2016
6
Species available to hunt through Commissioner's Licenses

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