The Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin provides sustainable funding for Wisconsin’s most imperiled species and public lands, while connecting generations to the wonders of Wisconsin’s lands, waters, and wildlife through conservation, education, engagement and giving. Together, we protect and restore Wisconsin’s native landscapes and imperiled wildlife species, and connect people to our state’s natural heritage. If you believe your values and experience would complement our mission, please join our team!
Current Job Openings
Donor Relations Coordinator (Part-time Position)
Position Overview: The Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin is seeking a part-time (50-75%) Donor Relations Coordinator to serve as an ambassador between Wisconsin’s lands, waters and wildlife and our donors. The Natural Resources Foundation believes that nature has inherent value and that people have the ability to make a difference. As our Donor Relations Coordinator, you will provide opportunities for people to have a lasting, positive impact on Wisconsin’s natural resources by cultivating and soliciting their philanthropic support for our general operations and key programs including the conservation of Wisconsin’s lands and waters, protection of imperiled wildlife, and conservation education. In this job, you will cultivate, steward and solicit our donors through personal visits in their homes and communities, and on shared hiking, biking and paddling explorations of the places they care about. This newly created position is an opportunity to be part of a wonderful staff and board, and to help people make a difference in our state through philanthropy. This position will report to the Foundation’s development director.
Current Volunteer Opportunities
General assistance with mailings and filing in the Madison office (we’re a lot of fun to be with!).
Restoration and management of State Natural Areas statewide (for more information, visit the DNR’s SNA volunteer page).
Help out in various roles at Wisconsin’s State Parks (to find a volunteer position, visit the DNR’s state parks volunteer page).
Spreading the word on our Foundation by hosting a conservation forum in your community.
If you’re interested or have questions, please call us at (866) 264-4096 or email [email protected].