There are many ways you can make donations and make a difference.
Our supporters are outdoor enthusiasts, hunters, anglers and trappers that have a vested interest in ensuring the long-term sustainability of our fish, wildlife and habitats in the Province of Manitoba.
Making a planned gift to the MWF is one of the most thoughtful and generous ways for contributing to the protection and conservation of Manitoba’s fish and wildlife and their habitats. Your legacy gift will help to ensure that Manitoba’s outdoors will be protected and cared for, for future generations of outdoors enthusiasts, hunters and anglers to enjoy as much as you have.
Planned gifts can be accepted through the mail via cheque or money order, over the phone via credit card or in person at Manitoba Wildlife Federation headquarters.
The Manitoba Wildlife Federation is a not-for-profit organization and registered charity (No. 119030823 RR0001). It relies solely on membership, fund-raising and donations to operate. Monetary donations are greatly appreciated, and if desired, can be directed to specific programs or projects of the Federation, and are tax-deductible.
A tax-deductible donation to MWF is a meaningful way to let others know that you care. Whether it is made to celebrate a special event like a wedding, graduation or birth of a grandchild, or it is in memoriam of a deceased relative or friend, your kind donation will be acknowledged to the person you request. It’s a thoughtful gesture to remember those special people in your life and remind us all that conservation of our precious fish and wildlife need to be remembered as well.
Receipts are issued for donations of $20 or more.
Other ways to make a donation to the MWF:
• Mail: Send a cheque or money order to Manitoba Wildlife Federation, 4-999 King Edward Street, Winnipeg, MB, R3H 0R1, along with a note explaining who the donation is for and the occasion.
• Phone: Call MWF at (204) 633-5967 or toll-free (877) 633-4868 to use your Visa or MasterCard.
Goods & Services
Donations of new or used outdoor equipment, or furnishings suitable for our Outdoor Education Center are also appreciated. From time to time, the MWF requires the service of tradesmen, skilled workers and professionals. If you can help, please contact the Manitoba Wildlife Federation at 204.633.5967 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.