2014 Wildlife Conservation Awards Dinner

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Thursday, September 18, 2014 6:00 PM
The Mayflower Hotel
1127 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Washington , DC 20036
Sponsor a table or purchase tickets

Defenders 2014 Annual Awards Dinner
The eighth annual Wildlife Conservation Awards Dinner celebrates and honors individuals with a lasting and exceptional commitment to wildlife conservation in the categories of legacy, public service, science, and citizen advocacy.  We hope you will join our Board of Directors, honorees and guests for a great evening in support of wildlife.

6:00 P.M. - Reception

7:00 P.M. - Dinner

Dinner Co-Chairs

Richard Robb

Loretta Stadler

Master of Ceremonies

Jeff Corwin

2014 Honorees

Terry Tempest Williams
Defenders of Wildlife Legacy Award

The Honorable James P. Moran, Jr.
Spirit of Defenders Award for Public Service

Dr. Brian Gratwicke
Spirit of Defenders Award for Science

Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes
Spirit of Defenders Award for Advocacy

Download the awardee bios >>

Please check back soon for more updates on this year’s Wildlife Conservation Awards Dinner!

Individual tickets start at $350 and tables for 10 start at $10,000. For more information about the event, please contact Amy Moore at 202-682-9400 ext 209 or amoore@defenders.org

Sponsorship Levels & Benefits

Thank you to our major sponsors and contributors*: 

Defender
Loretta Stadler 

Guardians 
Caroline D. Gabel
Mari Snyder Johnson
Richard and Darcy Kopcho/ Capital Group Companies
Michael and Winsome McIntosh
Susan and Bruce Wallace 

Patrons
Cassie and Jim Carroll
Judith Posnikoff 

Supporters
Norm and Suzie Dicks
Liberty Godshall and Edward Zwick
Adelaide Park Gomer
Sue and Alan Steinberg 

Friends
Alta Resources
Blackbaud
David Bonderman
Kathie Broyles
Barbara Doolin
The Grey Street Foundation
Sacha Millstone
Dr. George B. Rabb
Colleen Sorensen
Lisa and Mark Wan 

*As of July 9, 2014

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