The Multinational Species Conservation Funds, run by the US Fish and Wildlife Service, play an important role in helping to protect the planet's remaining populations of elephants, rhinos, tigers, great apes and marine turtles. To help boost these funds, Congress created the Save Vanishing Species Semipostal Stamp—commonly referred to as the "Tiger Stamp"—which lets consumers support these wildlife conservation programs every time they send a letter. Since the Tiger Stamp went on sale in 2011, more than 38 million have been sold, raising over $4.1 million for international conservation at no cost to US taxpayers. This great program will expire at the end of this year unless Congress acts to renew it.
Ask your Members of Congress to cosponsor the Multinational Species Semipostal Stamp Reauthorization Act NOTE: In order for your message to be delivered to your representative, you are required to complete all contact fields.