WWF’S MISSION IS TO BUILD A FUTURE WHERE PEOPLE LIVE IN HARMONY WITH NATURE.
We work to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment, by conserving the world’s biodiversity, ensuring the use of renewable natural resources is sustainable, and promoting the reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption.
Note: The main sectors, activities and beneficiaries are bolded.
Makes grants to organisations (including schools or other charities)
Sponsors / undertakes research, Provides advice / information / advocacy, Provides human resources (e.g. staff / volunteers)
Environment / conservation
Education / training / research, Community development, International activities, Fund-raising
Children / young people, Other charities, Voluntary bodies other than charities, Animals
WWF-New Zealand has a central office in Wellington. The work of the organisation is also supported by volunteers around the country.
Annual Returns are due within 6 months of a charity’s balance date (financial year-end), or a longer period if an extension has been granted.
This charity has been granted an exemption from filing an annual return by 31 December 2008 under Section 43 of the Charities Act 2005. The first annual return is due by 31 December 2009.
Here is a list of all the details changed by the charity, for example adding or removing officers, amending rules, changing balance dates or updating address details.