Help our nongame and endangered wildlife
There are nearly 160 Species of Greatest Conservation Need in Indiana that need your help. Habitat management and conservation programs for these species are supported through the generosity of Hoosiers who donate to the Indiana Nongame Wildlife Fund. No state tax dollars are used to manage these species.
In 2022, the Nongame Wildlife Fund turned 40 and celebrated by sharing 40 stories of conservation successes. These successes were made possible through the generosity of donors, partners and volunteers. As we look toward the future, please consider donating $40 to help us write our next 40 stories. For every $40 you give, fish and wildlife will benefit from an additional $74 in federal funds!
Read updates about the conservation work being done in Indiana for rare and endangered species by subscribing to the Nongame Wildlife Fund Newsletter.
How to donate
Donate $40 to celebrate the Fund's 40th anniversary! Visa, MasterCard or Discover accepted. Secure form.
With paper forms, use Schedule 5/Schedule IN-Donate. This video shows the process. For online tax programs, you will be prompted to donate at the end of filing.
Fill out this form and send it with your check or money order to Indiana Nongame Wildlife Fund 402 W. Washington St. Rm. W273 Indianapolis, IN 46204
Every donation can make a difference to Indiana's nongame and endangered fish and wildlife. Recent projects include research on endangered gray bats, surveys of rare marshbirds, and restoring populations of endangered freshwater mussels. Learn more about the Nongame & Endangered Wildlife program, or subscribe to e-newsletters.