Yes! I want to support the Idaho Fish & Wildlife Foundation and its mission to preserve and sustain Idaho’s wildlife heritage.
For a printable donation form, please click here. Your donations are greatly appreciated!
Ways of Giving
- Make a tax-deductible contribution to help sustain the Foundation’s work. With a recurring gift, your credit card will be billed for the selected amount and time period until you ask us to make a change.
- Support a Project! with a tax- deductible contribution.
- Establish a trust fund to leave a lasting legacy for purposes that are important to you.
- Tribute Gift. Consider making your gift in honor or memory of a family member or friend. By supplying the dedication information, we will send them an acknowledgement notifying them of your thoughtful donation.
- Display a Wildlife License Plate. Purchase and renew your license plate at your local Department of Motor Vehicles or County Assessor’s office.
- Preserve Idaho’s wildlife habitat with a Conservation Easement Agreement or land donation (fee title donation).
- Gifts of Stock* Many donors choose to make a gift of stock. Please call us for details.
- Planned Gifts* come in many different forms—from bequests to charitable gift annuities to gifts of insurance and many more. Please consult with your attorney or financial advisor about including the Idaho Fish & Wildlife Foundation in your plans.
- Gifts In-Kind. Call us to discuss vehicle donations and other in-kind contributions.
- Workplace Giving and Matching gifts. Idaho Public Employees can support the Idaho Fish & Wildlife Foundation through the workplace. If you are employed by an Idaho federal, state (including BSU, ISU and U of I), city, county or public school district agency, you can contribute through the combined Federal Campaign, Idaho State Employees Campaign, or other public employees’ campaign. In your campaign booklet, look for the Idaho Fish & Wildlife Foundation under Choices in Community Giving. Designate your gift to us on your payroll deduction form, and Choices in Community Giving will pass it on.
*The Idaho Fish and Wildlife Foundation is not a financial, legal or tax advisor. Please consult your own advisors regarding your financial, legal, or tax needs.