Women & Wildlife Auction

Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey
November 2022
05:00 PM EDT
November 2022
08:03 PM EST

About Our Auction

The proceeds from Conserve Wildlife Foundation's annual Women & Wildlife Auction provide critical funding for our work to preserve rare and at-risk wildlife in New Jersey through field science, habitat restoration, education, and public engagement.

We hope you will bid generously to help us to reach our fundraising goal since we have postponed our next live Women & Wildlife Awards event until 2023.

Thank you to our sponsors: PSE&G, Weeks Marine, Inc., Crow Holdings, and NJSWEP.

Sponsorships and donations mean a lot to us!

Please consider making a donation or becoming an auction sponsorship through the auction website to support our work to protect vulnerable wildlife and to educate the next generation of environmental stewards.

Sponsorships at the $250, $500, and $1,000+ levels will be proudly recognized in Conserve Wildlife Foundation's E-News, Blog, website, and social media viewed by more than 10,000 subscribers and hundreds of thousands of visitors.

Bidding Tips:

You may choose to enter a proxy bid which is the maximum amount you're willing to spend with the goal of winning the item at the lowest possible price. The system will bid for you, up to your maximum proxy bid amount, as additional bids are entered on the item.

The auction includes an Extended Bidding feature which automatically extends the end time of an item by 3 minutes when it receives a bid during the final 3 minutes.

About Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey

The nonprofit Conserve Wildlife Foundation (CWF) has worked for more than 20 years to protect at-risk wildlife through field science, habitat restoration, education, and public engagement in New Jersey and beyond. Our biologists and trained volunteers utilize surveys and monitoring, wildlife banding, and habitat enhancement to benefit the species that most need our help. Our team has played a central role in the inspiring recoveries of species like the bald eagle, bobcat, osprey, and peregrine falcon, and is working to ensure that New Jersey continues to hold a place for rapidly declining wildlife like so many shorebird, bat, reptile and amphibian species.

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