Donate Through Old Bill’s Fun Run to Double Your Gift
Did you know that you can donate through Old Bill’s Fun Run and your gift will be matched? Go to this page: oldbills.org and select Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation in the pull-down menu. Thanks to the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole for orchestrating this magnificent philanthropic event!
The giving period is August 1st – September 16th. We appreciate your support! Stop by Booth #7 on run day (Saturday, September 10) and visit us!
The Old Bill’s 2016 giving period begins on August 1, and all donations must be received by the Community Foundation by September 16, 2016 at 5pm. Please write one check payable to Community Foundation of Jackson Hole. All checks must be accompanied by an official red donor form. Donors may also give with a credit card online at www.oldbills.org.
You can choose Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation on the Donor form and mail with your donation to:
Community Foundation of Jackson Hole
PO Box 574 • 245 E. Simpson Ave.
Jackson, WY 83001 • 307-739-1026
Tax ID# 83-0308856
Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation Programs
Since 1993, the Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation has worked to make Jackson Hole a more wildlife-friendly community. We’ve done this primarily through on-the-ground projects and solutions implemented through unique partnerships with agencies, organizations, private land owners, and hundreds of hands-on volunteers. Explore the program pages to learn more about these efforts, and find out how you can lend a hand.
"The wildlife and its habitat cannot speak, so we must and we will." - Theodore Roosevelt
Calendar of Events
September 24 | Wildlife Friendlier Fence Project
Every Sunday | Snake River Float Trip
August 27 | JHWF Wildlife Friendlier Fence 20th Anniversary Celebration
The Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation is proud to celebrate the 20th anniversary of its Wildlife-Friendlier Fencing program on August 27 at the National Museum of Wildlife Art.
When: Saturday, August 27
Where: National Museum of Wildlife Art
5:30 pm: Reception in Johnston Hall (atrium), appetizers and drinks provided (complimentary)
6:15 pm: Welcoming Remarks from JHWF
7 pm: Program in Auditorium
Premiere of film “Free to Roam” by Open Range Films, which celebrates and documents the Wildlife-Friendlier Fencing Program.
Program Guest Presenter: Greg Nickerson, Writer and Filmmaker for the Wyoming Migration Initiative
Limited capacity, so please RSVP to Kate Gersh at email@example.com prior by August 24.
Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation
330 N. Glenwood Street
Jackson, WY 83002
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