Wildlife Conservation International (WCI) is a registered charity in Australia, Canada, Netherlands, New Zealand, and the United States

Contact us at: help@wildlifeconservationinternational.org

United States: Wildlife Conservation International, United States EIN 84-1899559 , is a registered non-profit entity 501(c)3 and is eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable contributions. You can search for us on the IRS website here or view our exemption notice from the IRS here.

Australia: Wildlife Conservation International, Australian Business Number (ABN) 92 607 879 345, is a registered non-profit entity endorsed by the Australian Taxation Office as a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR).View information on the ATO website here.

Canada: WCI Canada Foundation is a registered charity with the Canada Revenue Agency: Canadian Charitable Registration: 799635537 RR 0001. For information on all registered charities in Canada under the Income Tax Act please visit Canada Revenue Agency

Nederland/EU: Stichting Wildlife Conservation International is een geregistreerde stichting in Nederland. RSIN 862663313. Wildlife Conservation International is a registered foundation in the Netherlands. RSIN 862663313. More information about Wildlife Conservation International Netherlands.

New Zealand: Forests for People Ltd is a registered charity with overseas donee status. New Zealand Business Number: 9429041747797 Company Number: 5699267 Registered charity number: CC52147

The following are Registered Business Names/Doing Business Names of WCI in the United States, Australia, Canada and the Netherlands:

  • The Orangutan Project
  • International Elephant Project
  • International Tiger Project
  • Forests for People

Founded in Perth, Western Australia in 1998 to save orangutans, for over two decades the organisation has grown considerably due to:

  1. the increase in need,
  2. the valuable support of donors, and
  3. the relationships established with other conservation groups, local authorities and businesses.

Working to save entire intact and functioning ecosystems for all wildlife and humanity. The original mission was expanded to include specific actions to protect Sumatran tigers, Sumatran elephants and indigenous communities who were falling outside the protective umbrella of our orangutan conservation initiatives.

Our Vision

All orangutans, elephants and tigers will live in their natural habitat in secure and viable populations, alongside prosperous and empowered indigenous communities.

Our Mission

To ensure the survival of all orangutan species, Asian elephants and tigers in their natural habitat, and promote the welfare of all individuals within rainforest ecosystems, human and non-human.

Compassion. Protection. Freedom.