Funding Our Mission
With a global membership of just less than 9,000, the Wild Sheep Foundation annually directs millions of dollars to wild sheep conservation and other mission programs. During the past eight years WSF has raised and directed nearly $37 million to programs benefitting wild sheep, other wildlife, their habitat, and the wild sheep conservation community. This incredible amount does not include the additional millions of dollars raised and directed and the thousands of hours dedicated towards the wild sheep resource by WSF’s autonomous chapters and affiliates made up of dedicated volunteer conservationists.
During the recent 2018-2019 fiscal year alone, WSF directed more than $6.1+ million to wild sheep conservation and mission related programs. Of this 6.1+ million, $3.44 million was directed to state, provincial, territorial, tribal, and First Nation agencies to promote wild sheep and other wildlife conservation through the sale of special permits and tags.
An additional $2.67 million in mission-directed funding was provided from WSF operational dollars. Of this $2.67 million:
• $601,913 was directed to support WSF industry partners and guide/outfitter associations
• $511,271 was directed to wild sheep disease research and habitat enhancement programs
• $247,759 was directed to international initiatives
Annual Mission Funding details are provided in the links below:
• 18-19 - Mission Funding
• 17-18 - Mission Funding
• 16-17 - Mission Funding
• 15-16 - Mission Funding
• 14-15 - MIssion Funding
• 13-14 - Mission Funding
• 12-13 - Mission Funding
• 11-12 - Mission Funding