We are on a mission to protect India’s biodiversity. Your support drives our efforts.
Our livelihood programmes enable communities to reduce their dependency on ecosystems.
India’s natural heritage is threatened by poachers. We are constantly working to thwart this crime.
WWF-India is working to sustain the natural world for the benefit of people and wildlife. By donating to WWF-India, you can help us conserve the environment, protect our rich biodiversity, and curb illegal wildlife trade.
Your donation strengthens our myriad field work around the country.
-Trained 6,033 students and 85 teachers across Rajasthan in water conservation
-Installed 50 solar lights in seven villages to mitigate human-tiger conflict
-Provided 2,291 camera traps to forests across the country in 2022
-Assisted 48,000+ farmers in cotton cultivation through the app 'Cotton Doc'
-Trained over 1,000 Wetland Mitras to rejuvenate wetlands in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh
All donations to WWF-India are eligible for 50% tax relief under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961. Section 80G allows a person to claim tax benefits on donations made to registered charitable institutions.
Upon donating to WWF-India, you will receive your 80G certificate. You can use this while filing your tax returns to claim the 50% tax benefit.
Yes, WWF-India is a registered charitable trust that was established in 1969.
When you make a one-time contribution, your 80G donation certificate is sent to you within 10-14 days from the date of donation. If you are a monthly donor, the 80G certificate is issued towards the end of the financial year. We also issue the certificate on request — you can email us at email@example.com.
To issue an 80G certificate, we need your name, email ID, phone number, and contact address. For donations of Rs 10,000/- and above, we need your PAN number as well.
If you donate to a specific programme, your money will be used for various initiatives under that programme. If you choose to make a general donation or become a WWF-supporter, your funds will be used across programmes, dictated by the need and urgency of resources.
WWF-India has been working tirelessly to conserve India's wildlife. I am grateful to be a part of their journey and hope the team will scale up their excellent work.
I have been associated with WWF-India for two decades. I firmly believe in this organization's great work and congratulate WWF-India for its conservation achievements.
Ever since childhood, I have been interested in conservation, and through WWF-India, I have contributed to protecting nature. I urge people to join WWF-India's mission and support the cause.