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Legacy Giving

Click here for information about WDA's Legacy Giving program.



LEAVING A GIFT TO THE WILDLIFE DISEASE ASSOCIATION

A gift to the Wildlife Disease Association in your estate plans will enable the Association to ensure the excellence of the Journal of Wildlife Diseases, continue to provide free access to the Journal within ecnomically challenged countries, recognize outstanding member contributions, provide student scholarships that work to empower next generation of wildlife disease professionals, and ensure we keep membership costs as low as possible Leaving a planned gift to the Wildlife Disease Association, is easy to do today, or as part of your estate planning. (WDA is a 501 C3 non-profit, tax exempt ID # 36-6098737)

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Tax Exempt Status

The Wildlife Disease Association is a non-profit organization with tax-exempt status granted by the United States Internal Revenue Service. Your donations to the Wildlife Disease Association are tax deductible under the Internal Revenue Code, Section 501 (c)(3). If you have questions about the deductibility of charitable contributions, check with your tax adviser, CPA or attorney.

WDA Tax ID#: 36-6098737

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It’s 2020 and Fires are Devastating Another Biodiversity Hotspot

Your Donations Needed

The South American Pantanal is the world's largest tropical wetland and flooded grassland. Brazil, Bolivia and Paraguay all host portions of this biodiversity Hotspot. This year there have been more than 15,000 fires in the Pantanal, causing widespread devastation to indigenous people’s lands and critical endangered species populations and wildlife habitat.  To date it is estimated that 3.3 million hectares (8.1 million acres) have already been burned, an area equivalent to three quarters the size of Switzerland and twice the size of this year’s California megafires. This equals destruction of 15-22% of this unique biome. The Pantanal is a fire adapted ecosystem but with its worst drought in 47 years human caused and natural fires have spread out of control.  

WDA members in Latin America and across the globe are involved in this crisis, responding to the needs of government agencies, the public and carrying out triage and treatment of injured wildlife.  They are doing their best to help front-line institutions deal with these displaced and injured.

Your donation will be directly and entirely used by WDA Latin America to fund the emergency response and ensure the welfare and conservation of wildlife.

Donate now on the WDA website, https://wildlifedisease.org/wda/ABOUTWDA/DonatetotheWDA.aspx, or by calling the WDA Business Office at 785-865-9404. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact wda@allenpress.com.  

  

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  • WDA Student Activities Fund
  • WDA Student Student Awards Fund
  • South American Pantanal Fund
  • Vic Simpson Travel Fund
  • Australasian Section General Donation
  • Australasian Section Student In Need Membership Donation
  • Latin America Section General Donation
  • Latin America Section Student In Need Membership Donation
  • European Section General Donation
  • European Section Student Workshop Donation
  • Nordic Section General Donation
  • Nordic Section Student In Need Membership Donation
  • Asia Pacific Section General Donation
  • Asia Pacific Section Student In Need Membership Donation
  • African Middle East Section General Donation
  • African Middle East Section Student In Need Membership Donation
  • Wildlife Veterinary Section General Donation
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Nordic Section General Donation

WDA Student Activities Fund

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WDA Student Chapters yearly compete for funding for their activities by submission of proposals to the Student Activities Committee which is chaired by the elected Student representative on WDA Council. Funds to support student chapters come from various sources including member donations and the amount available varies yearly.

WDA Student Student Awards Fund

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Donations support the 4 primary awards for students: the Graduate Student Recognition Award, the Graduate Student Scholarship, the Terry Amundson Student Presentation Award, and the WDA Student Poster Award. Funds are also used to support student chapters and various student activities including, but not limited to, student mixers at annual conferences, small travel grants, field trips and workshops.

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