NFWF was established by Congress in 1984 to preserve and restore our nation’s native wildlife species and habitats. The Foundation directs public conservation dollars to the most pressing environmental needs and matches those funds with private contributions. Since its inception, NFWF has awarded over 10,800 grants to more than 3,700 organizations in the US and abroad and leveraged — with its partners — more than $635 million into over $1.5 billion for conservation.
Pictured above (l to r): Invitation, Escort Cards, Auction Paddle, Program. Event photographs courtesy of Orange Photography.
The National Fish & Wildlife Foundation’s recent fundraiser caught the fancy of a full house of generous patrons. Elixir created the invitations and event collateral for Celebrating the Great Outdoors, NFWF’s second annual fundraising event in San Francisco. We are delighted to learn from Michelle Houston, Director of Special Events, that NFWF received “rave reviews on the invitation and the program — from all over the country.”
Swimmingly received, from left to right: invitation, table cards, auction paddle, program.
Elixir is honored to be working with the Tipping Point and Stanlee Gatti on materials for the Tipping Point’s third annual benefit dinner and auction May 7. The non-profit, dedicated to “making poverty preventable, not inevitable,” provides grants and management expertise to organizations throughout the Bay Area.
The Tipping Point Board of Directors underwrites 100% of fundraising and operating costs. This means that every penny raised at the 2009 Benefit will go directly to the best poverty-fighting programs in our community. For ticket details, click here. The upbeat goes on…
Elixir is delighted to be working with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), a non-profit organization established by Congress in 1984 to preserve and restore our nation’s native wildlife species and habitats. The Foundation directs public conservation dollars to the most pressing environmental needs and matches those funds with private contributions.
Elixir is creating invitations and event collateral for NFWF’s annual Bay Area fundraising event Celebrating the Great Outdoors, to be held March 24th. This year’s honoree is Julie Packard, marine biologist and Executive Director of the Monterey Bay Aquarium. San Francisco’s own Stanlee Gatti will be designing the event.
Since its inception, NFWF has invested more than $1.5 billion in conservation, providing over 10,000 grants to more than 3,500 organizations in all 50 states and over 50 other countries.