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Back when it was founded in 1961, WWF stood for the “World Wildlife Fund”. However, as the organisation grew, the scope of our work expanded to include other areas of conservation besides wildlife. In 1989, World Wildlife Fund was rechristened World Wide Fund for Nature.

When did WWF begin work in India?

WWF-India was set up as a Charitable Public Trust on 27 November 1969. Its beginnings were modest, with the office operating out of a limited space at the Horn Bill House in Mumbai and very few full-time staff. The running of the office relied largely on the goodwill of the small group of its founders, and other associates who voluntarily contributed their time and resources to the work of the organization.

Today, WWF-India is not only the country's largest voluntary body in the field of conservation, it has also grown into a network with a countrywide presence in over 60 state and field offices!

I’d like to become a supporter but live overseas. How can I set this up?

Thank you for your support! Anyone, in India or overseas, can donate to WWF-India. Simply select a cause to support and proceed with your contribution.

I’ve raised some money for WWF – where can I send a cheque?

Thank you for your efforts and generosity! Please make your cheque out to WWF-India and send it in to Ms. Apurva Babbr, Marketing and Communications, WWF-India, 172-B, Lodi Estate, New Delhi - 110001

How do I advise you of a change of address or email address?

Please tell us about a change in address or email address by writing in to contact@wwfindia.net or Marketing and Communications, WWF-India, 172-B, Lodi Estate, New Delhi - 110001

Is my donation tax-deductible?

Yes, all donations to WWF-India are eligible for 50% tax relief under section 80G of the Income-tax Act, 1961

What payment methods do you accept?

We accept all major debit and credit cards, net banking transfers, selected cash cards, mobile payment, and transfers through payment wallets.

Is my contact information secure?

We at WWF-India value the trust you place in us and take every measure to ensure that your information is protected. The process is encrypted using industry best practices to ensure your personal and credit card information is kept private and secure.

How do I make a complaint to WWF?

We’re sorry that you’re not happy with the service you have received. We do not view complaints in a negative light but more as a means of monitoring and improving our performance. Please contact our Supporter Services team by e-mailing us at contact@wwfindia.net, by phone on 011-4150-6249, or by writing in to Ms. Apurva Babbr, Marketing and Communications, WWF-India, 172-B, Lodi Estate, New Delhi - 110001

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