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Gray Wolf, © James Brandenburg / National Geographic  StockOur defense of wildlife and critical habitats would be impossible without the unwavering support of our President’s Council members. By donating an annual, tax-deductible gift of $1,000 or more, members of the President’s Council show their commitment to protecting rare animals and plants, conserving habitat, and building a broad constituency for the benefit of wildlife and wild places.

As a member of the President’s Council, you provide important leadership and an investment that enables Defenders to meet the unprecedented challenges our wildlife and wild places face today.

President’s Council program benefits include:

  • Telephone conference call briefings on important issues with Defenders’ president Jamie Rappaport Clark.

  • Invitations to Defenders' annual Yellowstone Wildlife Conservation Workshop and other special events.

  • Reports and monthly e-mail updates detailing program challenges and successes.

  • Recognition in Defenders of Wildlife’s Annual Report.


To thank you for joining the President's Council, we will send you one of the below very special gifts.

President's Council Luggage Tag For your gift of $1,000-2,499, we'll send you this beautiful President's Council luggage tag and keychain set for all your travels (including exclusive travel opportunities with Jamie)
President's Council, RARE by Joel Sartore

For your gift of $2,500-4,999, we'll send you a special signed copy of the book "Rare: Portraits of Endangered Species" by Defenders Board Member and award-winning wildlife photographer, Joel Sartore

For your gift of $5,000-9,999, we'll send you a signed and personally inscribed copy of "Rare: Portraits of Endangered Species" by Joel Sartore

President's Council, original wildlife photograph by Joel Sartore For your gift of $10,000 or more, we'll send you this original wildlife photograph, signed by Joel Sartore

The cost of your gift will be deducted from the tax-deductible amount of your donation.

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