It takes courage
Every day, the Wildlife Justice Commission’s teams conduct law enforcement-oriented, intelligence-led investigations and provide reliable, actionable evidence to support governments and national law enforcement agencies in their fight against transnational organised wildlife crime.
But we cannot achieve results by ourselves. The support of our partners and supporters is essential to stop this multi-billion-dollar criminal business that’s decimating already endangered species that are entitled to protection and putting public health and global security at risk.
Our funding comes primarily from the generous contributions of lotteries, foundations and individuals.
Read our Annual Report 2020.
It takes courage to do what we do, and it takes courage to fund us. Without your support, our mission to disrupt and help dismantle organised criminal networks will not be possible. Join our courageous partners and individual supporters and help us stop transnational organised wildlife crime!
Thank you to all donors and partners who have made our work possible since 2015!
We are particularly indebted to the Nationale Postcode Loterij of the Netherlands for their continuous support of our work. In 2019, they granted the Wildlife Justice Commission permanent beneficiary status, which provides a yearly unearmarked grant of EUR 500,000 for five years in addition to the three-year, EUR 2.5m grant that we received from them in 2017. This funding allows much needed flexibility for our operations, has enabled us to increase capacity and cover the cost of longer term investigations. It also provides a strong, clear signal of the Nationale Postcode Loterij’s confidence in our team, our effectiveness and the urgent need for our work to continue.
We are also very grateful to other organisations and businesses that contribute to our work with pro-bono assistance and in-kind donations.
Find more information on how we are funded in the .
If you’d like to find out more about contributing to our work as a foundation, trust or company, and the impact that your partnership will have on ensuring justice for wildlife, we’d love to hear from you.
Please contact Nathalie Veenman, Director of Development and Communication, for a personalised collaboration proposal. → Email Nathalie.
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…and help us fight transnational organised wildlife crime.
Donations made to the Wildlife Justice Commission are tax-deductible under Dutch law, as we have ANBI status. EU citizens can also make their contributions tax-deductible. See our Donate section for more details on how you can help us to fight transnational organised wildlife crime. Donating from the USA? Click here.