WORLD FOR NATURE is licensed under Section 8 ‘Non-Governmental Organization’. WFN was started in 2018 with help of young student volunteers whom we call the real change makers. With an aim to minimize animal suffering and reduce human-animal conflict by providing emergency 24×7 animal rescue, rehabilitation, medical aid and conducting education and awareness programs to promote peaceful coexistence between humans and animals.
WFN aims to make this world as active as possible for nature, as the name of the organization, to purify our earth, increase biodiversity, and protect nature together. Our goal is to protect endangered species and their habitats through awareness, support and training. We are committed to creating an enduring paradigm to conserve India’s wildlife by working with local communities and government agencies to curb poaching and the illegal wildlife trade across the country.
This creates a sense of belonging in the minds of the citizens and students who are the future of the country. We have also facilitated nature tourism for all who want to know about the biodiversity of the place after visiting the natural and historical places. Various social welfare activities are also carried out by various departments of the World for Nature, such as the Department of Human Welfare, which provides education to needy students and provides all kinds of assistance to the poor. Camps are conducted to help the citizens.
Also, we routinely accept donations of food, supplies, and medicines that go directly to rescue animals and make them healthy. We have a number of volunteer opportunities for passionate animal advocates. We guide, support and provide proper training to new members who willing to work with us. Visit our page to Join us.
World for Nature started in 2018, with my vision of wildlife conservation and conducting education and awareness programs to promote peaceful co-existence between humans and animals. I am able to achieve my vision of helping wild animals just because of my officers and volunteers who are ready to work anywhere at any time.
I would like to thank our well-wishers, volunteers, friends, and families for their immense support, without which it would be impossible for us to continue our work for these voiceless animals. Thank you for your kindness, faith and trust in WFN. Above all, I would like to thank the core team of WFN who very often work tirelessly day and night, for hours without meals and weeks without leaves. As I often think to myself, “I do not know what the animals and WFN would do without all of you.”
Founder & President
Founder and President
President of Maharashtra
Head, Kolhapur District
Head, Ratnagiri District
Chairman, Human Welfare (Pimpri Chinchwad)
Head, Stray Conservation Department (Pune city)