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As few as 3,200 tigers remain in the wild

Many endangered species are killed to supply the illegal wildlife trade. World Wildlife Fund needs your support to protect habitats and stop poaching.

Your gift of just $8 a month could mean the difference between survival and extinction for wildlife around the world.

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Monthly giving is easy!

Here are some answers to commonly asked questions about monthly giving:

When will each monthly charge appear?
Your charge will appear on your credit card statement monthly on the same day of the month that you make your original gift.

What if I want to change the amount of my pledge?
You can do so any time, or cancel your pledge if you wish, by logging into your secure member area on the WWF website, calling 1-800-960-0993 or emailing

When will I receive my free gift?
You will receive your free gift approximately six weeks after your first pledge is confirmed.

What benefits will I receive?
As a monthly donor you help us save paper by sending out fewer mailings. View all member benefits.

WWF: Protecting the Future of Nature

WWF is the world’s leading conservation organization, working in 100 countries for over half a century. With the support of 1.2 million members in the United States and 5 million members worldwide, WWF's mission is the conservation of nature. We are dedicated to preserving the diversity of life on Earth for the benefit of both people and wildlife.

At WWF, 84 cents of every dollar raised go directly to our conservation programs. And while we're headquartered in Washington, D.C., our scientists and staff are hard at work around the globe, doing the critical fieldwork necessary to save threatened species and their habitats to ensure their survival.

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