These corporate partnerships help The Wilderness Society raise awareness about environmental issues. They also generate critical funding for our conservation programs.
We are honored to include the following companies among our current corporate partners.
The Dreaming Tree wines proudly supports The Wilderness Society. Together we are working to save forests, one Dreaming Tree at a time. To learn more, visit our Virtual Forest.
The Environmental Media Association (EMA) is a Non-Profit 501(c)3 Organization founded in 1989 by Cindy and Alan Horn and Lyn and Norman Lear. EMA is dedicated to harnessing the power of the entertainment community and the media in a global effort to educate on environmental issues and promote sustainable lifestyles. EMA believes that positive role modeling will inspire people to take action and create social change. The organization has grown into a diverse group of industry professionals from film, television and music dedicated to the mission of promoting environmental awareness through the entertainment business and the media. EMA serves as a valuable link between the entertainment industry and the environmental community.
Discover the Forest is a PSA campaign by the Ad Council and the U.S. Forest Service. It's aim is to encourage parents and caregivers to help kids and families re-connect with nature by experiencing it first-hand. The campaign includes multi-media advertisements that direct audiences to the campaign website (www.discovertheforest.org) where they can find activity ideas and resources to identify nearby forests and parks. On social media: http://www.facebook.com/discovertheforest and http://twitter.com/cheecker.
ESRI donates geographic information system (GIS) spatial analysis and mapping software that helps us develop new wildland conservation strategies.
When you sign up for Sungevity's solar energy lease program, they donate $750 to The Wilderness Society. You also receive a $750 American Express gift card.
1% for the Planet is a coalition of businesses committed to donating 1% of their profits to protecting the environment. The Wilderness Society is on their list of approved recipients.
Montana Import Group supports the Wilderness Society in the Northern Rockies through advertising, donations and providing staff with vehicles for conducting field work.