Invest in Nature
We are looking for new and existing 1001 members, who are ready to help us renew and reinvigorate The 1001, A Nature Trust. Through personal dialogue, your relationship with WWF will be further developed and deepened based on a tailor-made plan designed together with you. Members can regularly support the organization, by recommending new members, financially supporting a project or program, or by acting as an ambassador of WWF.
To be a Member of the Philanthropic Circle of the 1001 signifies...
- Inspiring others to care for and invest in the future of our planet;
- Sharing a vision with peers committed to sustainable development and making a tailor-made contribution to the environment;
- Having access to WWF information and neutral scientific analyses on environmental issues;
- Being presented with special opportunities and uncommon life experiences, such as trips to the field to become acquainted with concrete WWF projects;
- Having the rare opportunity to contribute to a specific conservation project that can make a difference in your life. An investment with a long-term return: a legacy to future generations;
- With a small number of members of the 1001 we are creating a special circle of conservation leaders. As part of this circle, these members get together to fund high impact and strategic programs.
In the immediate future, The 1001: A Nature Trust is seeking to engage the next generation to join WWF’s efforts to protect and maintain a healthy planet.
To this end, members are being asked to give serious consideration to passing on their commitment to a sustainable human future to their children and grandchildren by offering them membership in The 1001: A Nature Trust. WWF’s aim is for each family that wields personal and professional influence and that counts in the world to be represented in The 1001: A Nature Trust.
Young 1001 members who are between 20 to 27 years old can reinforce this commitment by applying for training and hands-on participation in the WWF Youth Volunteer Programme.
This Programme offers motivated young people an exciting chance to spend 6 months learning, helping, sharing and teaching their specific skills to WWF colleagues at conservation project sites in different parts of the world such as Madagascar, India, Paraguay and the South Pacific.