Partnerships

Children of Te Huruhi School who joined forces with WWF-New Zealand to make conservation film 'Take ... / ©: (C) Chris Gorman / WWF-New Zealand
Children of Te Huruhi School who joined forces with WWF-New Zealand to make conservation film 'Take Action for Maui's!'
© (C) Chris Gorman / WWF-New Zealand

Conservation: United

Over half a century of conservation experience has taught us that the best conservation results come through building strong partnerships. So that's how we work.
We partner with:
  • over 133 local community groups, through our Habitat Protection Fund
  • landowners and other conservation organisations
  • over 60 schools through our education programme
  • Government
  • business
  • our supporters, who are the reason we exist
WWF's proudest and most inspiring conservation results, such as the 100-plus local communities we help fund to restore nature in their backyard, are successful because of strong partnerships. 

The committment of local people to their local environment is supported by WWF funding.  It's team conservation and it works.
 

"Our job is to bring people together to protect nature in New Zealand"

Chris Howe, Executive Director, WWF-New Zealand