Associate with us

WWF-India provides various ways through which your corporation can collaborate with us to create a lasting conservation impact. We believe that each opportunity is unique and thus WWF-India works closely with corporates to customize every partnership.

1. Support Conservation Projects

Corporates can partner with WWF-India to support a specific WWF-India conservation programme in the areas we work in.

Under the recent Companies Act’s (2013) focus on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), WWF-India’s corporate supporters can provide support to programmes implemented across the country through our network of state and field offices. WWF-India gives priority to finding synergies between the interests or the core business of the corporate and the projects they can support.

WWF-India works to ensure each programmatic contribution supports lasting conservation impacts.
 

2. Support a part programme

For small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and their CSR initiatives.

WWF-India provides a platform for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) for their CSR initiatives. Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) can support a part of a larger conservation programme suited to their CSR policy. WWF-India will report separately to each corporate partner on such projects and programmes in accordance with the CSR rules.

3. Awareness Campaigns

WWF-India works with corporates to develop campaigns to engage various stakeholders and employees, that help drive awareness and fundraising for its conservation work.

These partnerships provide a platform for the corporate amongst its stakeholders to showcase their support towards WWF-India and contribute to the cause of conservation.
 
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River watch project in Harike supported by Nokia
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contact

Interested in partnering with us? Please Contact
Lida Dominic
Senior Manager- Conservation Alliances
Mobile- 9650206391
Landline- 011-41504831
Email- ldominic@wwfindia.net
 
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Solar Charging Station at Tipligheri village in the Sunderbans with support from ABB
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Some examples of such successful campaigns have been:

Project Save Our Snow Leopards (SOS)

WWF-India in partnership with Tata Housing Development Company launched Project Save Our Snow Leopards (SOS) through an online crowd-funding platform.

The SOS crowd-funding campaign is the first-ever crowd-funded campaign for species conservation in India, giving individuals a chance to support and directly fund conservation projects.
 

Earth Hour

Earth Hour has been WWF’s global campaign since 2007 inspiring individuals, organizations and governments to take a stand against climate change by switching off nonessential lights for one hour once every year.

We encourage corporates to host their own Earth Hour campaign – of one, or one hundred people – to pledge to do their own bit for the planet. The activities can range from signature campaigns to musical evenings, cyclothons, walkathons, recycling drives and much more.
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