About company: WWF-India is the Indian part of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) an international non- governmental organization. WWF-India today is engaged in many activities for the protection and conservation of the environment in the Indian context. Climate change and energy conservation are among the chief areas of concern. Roles and responsibilities: 1. Make presentations and explain WWF-India's campaigns to members of the public in a clear and interesting way. 2. Develop an understanding of WWF-India's campaigns. 3. Meet set income targets by signing paid-supporters for WWF-India. 4. To generate funds for WWF-India from individual donors using different creative strategies, ideas, and concepts. Required Experience, Skills and Qualifications Qualification: Any Graduation Skills: good English speaking skills and good communication skills Experience: Freshers are eligible (fund raising experience is ad on) Benefits Salary+TA+Lucrative incentives Job Type: Full-time Salary: ₹20,000.00 to ₹30,000.00 /month
WWF-India: 40 years of Nature ConservationWorld Wide Fund for Nature-India (WWF-India) was founded with the express objective of ensuring the conservation of the country's wildlife and natural habitats. It was set up as a Charitable Public Trust on 27 November 1969. It was then known as the World Wildlife Fund-India, much before the terms 'wildlife' and 'environment' had caught the attention of the government or the public.
WWF-India's modest beginnings entailed operating out of a limited office space at Horn Bill House in Mumbai and very few full-time staff. The running of the office relied largely on the goodwill of the close-knit group of its founders, and other associates who voluntarily contributed their time and resources to the work of the organization. Throughout the seventies and eighties, WWF-India kept its focus primarily on wildlife and nature conservation. It would be near impossible to list all its projects and other activities in the field of wildlife.
Today, WWF-India is not only the country's largest voluntary body in the field of conservation, it has also grown into a network with a countrywide presence, It has taken on diverse activities in the field of nature protection ranging from education and capacity-building, to field projects in biodiversity, enviro-legal action, policy studies and advocacy, and even areas such as religion and conservation.