Working Together for a More Abundant Future
Wild Earth Allies joins forces with local organizations and individuals to protect the wildlife and habitats that are so vital to our global biodiversity and sustainability.
Our mission is to protect vital areas of our natural world for the benefit of wildlife, habitats, and people by inspiring collaborative action. Our organization is built on important values—optimism, cultural respect, shared learning, and integrity—and we run lean, which has earned us the top nonprofit ranking from Charity Navigator for many years.
We envision a world where wildlife flourishes in healthy ecosystems that sustain us all.
We’re driven by a mission to determine the most effective and lasting ways possible to protect threatened wildlife and habitats.
Our approach begins by identifying globally important wildlife and habitats that can be conserved through targeted collaborative action. Next we foster local partnerships that result in lasting conservation impact. By limiting bureaucracy and overhead, we maximize impact on the ground.
Founded in 1981, we have been proud to protect some of the world’s most important biodiversity in collaboration with Fauna & Flora International and a network of local partners. In 2016, we recognized an opportunity to deepen our work internationally and to begin conservation work here in the United States under the new name of Wild Earth Allies.
With equal parts optimism and purpose, we’re eager to build on our strong track record as we continue to pursue cutting-edge initiatives that promise a better future for the planet and everything that lives on it.
By limiting bureaucracy and overhead, we maximize impact on the ground.
Wild Earth Allies is proud to have been recognized by Charity Navigator with a 4-star rating for seven consecutive years. As the leading independent evaluator of nonprofits in the United States, Charity Navigator reserves its highest 4-star rating for organizations that exceed industry standards. Please visit our Charity Navigator profile here.