YOUR TRIBUTE IS A WORLD PROTECTED
Is there a better tribute to a loved one than helping to create a world where people and nature can thrive? Start a Tribute Fund in their name and join the fight to tackle climate change, make food systems sustainable and protect precious wildlife and habitats.
Your loved one’s Tribute Fund will help us to hold governments and big businesses to account for their actions, find new ways of dealing with the damage already inflicted on nature, and inspire new generations to join the fight.
Click the video to see how we’ll put your Tribute Fund into action.
A RECENT SUCCESS STORY
In recent years, we have been working to monitor and protect mountain gorillas through the International Gorilla Conservation Programme (IGCP) – a coalition between WWF, Conservation International and Fauna & Flora International.
This year, it was announced that the number of mountain gorillas in the BwindI-Sarambwe ecosystem, Uganda, has risen from an estimated 400 in 2011 to 459 in 2018, bringing the total number of wild mountain gorillas to 1,063.
Mountain gorillas remain endangered, but this population increase demonstrates just what can be achieved when we bring governments, communities and partners together to fight against the catastrophic loss of nature.
Eric was a passionate lover of all wildlife, He was a kind, loving, family man and wonderful husband. I will so miss him.
Eric Hornsbury’s Tribute Fund
Katie Crossley ran the Brighton Marathon to raise money for WWF in memory of her dad, who loved to travel and took his family on many amazing holidays to different parts of the world. Thanks to her dad, Katie has seen so many beautiful places and animals and is determined to help us carry on protecting them.
THE IN MEMORY TEAM IS HERE TO HELP
If you need to know anything more about Tribute Funds, get in touch with either Rebecca or Maria. They can help you set up and manage your fund, and give you hints and tips to help things go smoothly.
Legacy Engagement Coordinator
Legacy and In Memory Supporter Manager