The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), established by Congress in 1984, has become the nation’s largest private conservation grant-maker. Collaborating with both public and private sectors, NFWF is committed to safeguarding and restoring America’s fish, wildlife, plants, and habitats for current and future generations. With a presence in all 50 states and U.S. territories, NFWF evaluates and funds more than 21,600 projects, ranging from major environmental organizations to grassroots initiatives. NFWF prioritizes results-driven approaches and partnerships, uniting individuals, government agencies, non-profits, and corporations to achieve its mission. Through fostering collaboration, supporting sustainable fisheries, conserving water sources, and promoting healthy ecosystems, NFWF has invested over $8.1 billion in its conservation endeavors. Working closely with federal, corporate, and foundation partners, NFWF plays a pivotal role in ensuring the protection and restoration of vital natural resources.