As a donor you can choose to support a specific project or programme in the field of conservation and wise use of wetlands. Most of our work is currently financed on a project basis by governments, NGOs, corporates and foundations worldwide. See our list of current donors.
Wetlands International’s work is relevant to the targets of our donors, such as the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad). Wetlands ecosystems like the peatlands in Indonesia and Malaysia are critical carbon stores, and their degradation has consequences – not only for climate change, but also because of the little known or understood subsidence issue that could cause catastrophic human, environmental and economic losses in the coming decade.
Interested in becoming a donor? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
By sponsoring a specific activity or event, either financial or in kind, you contribute to reaching out about the importance of wetlands for people and nature and we provide you the recognition for supporting our work.
For example Shell, Heineken and No Such Company supported Wetlands International’s World Wetlands Day celebration on 3 February 2014, where our new Wetlands International visual identity was launched. The successful event, attended by participants from corporate, government, non-profit and knowledge institutes, showcased why wetlands matter to us all. It was a good opportunity for sponsors to show they care too!
If you are interested in finding out about upcoming sponsorship opportunities, please contact us at email@example.com.
By becoming a supporter of Wetlands International you can help us to continue to safeguard and restore wetlands for people and nature!
Wetlands International has ANBI status which means that donations are tax-deductible in the Netherlands, and throughout the Euro zone (SEPA). If you would like more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I support Wetlands International's efforts to address a wide range of environmental issues, so relevant in this period of global climate change – Peter J. Severud, Cooperstown, New York, USA.