Ways To Support the League

There are many ways you can support the important work of the Izaak Walton League. Help us defend outdoor America. 
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Other Ways to Give

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Workplace Giving

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Recognition Levels

Friends of IWLA
Friends are individuals who make an automatic monthly donation using their credit card, (minimum $10 per month) providing a steady source of support for League activities and programs. Learn more.
Partners in Outdoor America's Future
Partners are individuals who make a five-year pledge to support the League with an annual donation of $100 or more. Learn more.

Trustees of Outdoor America's Future
Trustees are a special group of individuals whose leadership giving enables vital investments in League programs to conserve our nation’s waters, wetlands, and wild lands. Learn more.

The Izaak Walton League Trust
The Trust is a permanent fund that provides a source of stable, unrestricted dollars annually to the League. This means your donation keeps on working year after year. Learn more.

Waltonian Heritage Society
Society members make an irrevocable, long-term commitment, either through their estate plans or an outright gift of $1,000 or more to the Izaak Walton League Trust. Learn more.

Become a Member
Help us protect America's outdoors. Become a League member today! You will help to support the important conservation and advocacy work of the League and receive exclusive member benefits. Join now!
Tax Identification Number
The Izaak Walton League of America is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) charity. Our tax identification number is 36-1930035 should this number be necessary to complete your charitable contribution.
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Donor Spotlight

Jodi Arndt Labs
Jodi Arndt Labs: Chair of the Izaak Walton League’s Executive Board, Jodi is an environmental lawyer and a self-described conservationist. She has focused on engaging youth and families at her chapter and sees other chapters on the same path – a trend she hopes to foster throughout the League.
Carey Crane
Carey Crane: Carey Crane has a conservation lineage that dates back to the days when the Izaak Walton League was founded. Today, Crane continues his family’s legacy through national and international conservation projects, including a partnership to provide critical funding for clean water programs.
Walter Lynn Jr
Walter Lynn, Jr.: The League is a family affair for Lynn, starting with his parents in 1975. One aspect of the League Walter dearly values is the opportunity to engage with fellow Ikes on conservation policy at the national convention and other League events.