Wolf Conservation Center

Local, National, Nonprofit
PO Box 421, South Salem, New York, 10590

How they are participating

As a Giving Tuesday Partner, the Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) will use its social media presence to encourage people everywhere to come together, help their choice of charities, and celebrate the great American spirit of contribution!

The retail sector has benefited for years from coordinating national shopping days around the holidays. Everyone knows “Black Friday” or “Cyber Monday.” This year, #GivingTuesday takes its place in the calendar, and will help put giving back into the holiday season. As a Giving Tuesday Partner, the Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) will use our social media presence to encourage people everywhere to come together, help their choice of charities, and celebrate the great American spirit of contribution.

Double your Donation
Contributions to the WCC on #GivingTuesday have double the impact!


1) Partnering with the an anonymous donor to allow WCC supporters to give smarter this season. The donor is providing a matching grant to the WCC up to $10,000 for all donations received on Tuesday, December 3, so contributions will have double the impact!

The WCC has partnered with an anonymous donor who's passionate about wildlife and conservation to allow WCC supporters to give smarter this season. They're providing a matching grant to the WCC up to $10,000 for all donations received on Tuesday, December 3rd, so contributions will have double the impact!

You're Support is Critical!

The importance of a keystone predator such as the wolf to balanced ecosystems is undeniable, and the value of conserving them to ensure biodiversity is an accepted axiom of the 21st century. As a result of state management in the Northern Rockies and Great Lakes, gray wolves continue to be subjected to aggressive hunts despite opposition from several prominent scientists. In the Southeast, ten critically endangered red wolves were illegally shot this year. With red wolf numbers at an all-time low, these losses threaten the recovery of this rare species. Finally, the USFWS’s national delisting draft rule and proposals that affect Mexican wolf recovery in the Southwest may deny wolves the opportunity to fulfill their biological role in ecosystems where they are just beginning to make a comeback.

Your critical support will help WCC continue its first-rate educational programs to students, adults, and decision-makers. Wolves are our nation's polarizing predator, and it's more important than ever that people learn about the vital role they play in the wild. We urge you to please help the WCC continue its commitment to ecosystem education, species preservation, and environmental advocacy!

Thank you!