1. FFI Australia
  2. FFI US
  3. Conservation Circle
4-Star Charity Navigator Rating

4-Star Charity Navigator Rating

FFI has just been awarded the top 4-Star Charity Navigator rating for the sixth successive year. This recognition is a testament to our commitment to sound fiscal management, accountability and transparency.

These values go hand in hand with our mission to protect endangered wildlife and habitats around the world, working with local communities that live closest to them. Learn more about how you can support this work here

Elephant in Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Kenya. Credit Juan Pablo Moreiras/FFI.

Reducing consumer demand for illegal wildlife products

FFI US Board Member Dr Herbert Raffaele, immediate past Chief of the Division of International Conservation for the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, reflects on strategies for addressing the global issue of illegal wildlife trade.

His full interview follows here.

Turtle hatchling

FFI US Flagships

In the US, we maximize our impact by focusing on a subset of endangered species and habitat protection initiatives globally. We work in an integrated way to improve both conservation status and livelihoods of local communities – these are our Flagships.

Through strong community-based beach patrols and a dynamic national awareness campaign, FFI is turning the tide for the beleaguered turtles species of Nicaragua.

Find out more about the FFI US Flagships

Our vision

our vision

A sustainable future for the planet, where biodiversity is effectively conserved by the people who live closest to it, supported by the global community.

Our Mission

our mission

To act to conserve threatened species & ecosystems worldwide, choosing solutions that are sustainable, based on sound science & take into account human needs.