The Banovich Wildscapes Foundation has always prided itself on providing the greatest NET effect with your donation dollars, on the ground, where they are most needed!

Read below on how you can get INVOLVED.

When you join the Wildscapes Foundation as a monthly donor you will join a special group of people reaching out to provide needed funding for fostering cooperative efforts to conserve the earth's wildlife and wild places benefiting the wildlife and the people that live there.

For just pennies a day or dollars a month you can make a huge difference in conservation.

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Donate Online or contact us about how you can help:
Checks payable to BWF:
The Banovich Wildscapes Foundation
2 Pine Creek Road
wildscapes@johnbanovich.com
Kimberly Fletcher, COO, Banovich Wildscapes Foundation
Livingston, MT 59047
307.200.2622

There are many options in addition to cash donations. Please view below for other ways you can join John Banovich and the Banovich Wildscapes Foundation in supporting the conservation of wildlife and wild lands for future generations.


The human and animal conflict is raging, and is now escalating to the point where the decisions we make today will seal the fate of wildlife for generations to come.” – John Banovich

How to Help

Monthly Giving
When you join the Wildscapes Foundation as a monthly donor you will join a special group of people reaching out to provide needed funding for fostering cooperative efforts to conserve the earth's wildlife and wild places benefiting the wildlife and the people that live there.

Memorials
Memorials provide a way for anyone to make a donation to the Wildscapes Foundation in the name of a friend or loved one in lieu of flowers.  

Bequests
The simplest way to make a planned gift is through a bequest in your will. You may direct a bequest to support a specific project or discuss with us your specific areas of interest.

Retirement Plan Assets
Bequeathing retirement assets to the Foundation allows you to fulfill your charitable objectives while preserving more of your estate’s value for family members. Designating the Foundation as the beneficiary of your retirement account may help your estate bypass multi-tier tax exposures, preserve the value of your estate, and protect your heirs from potential tax burdens.

Life Insurance
Giving a life insurance policy is a great way to transform a modest gift into a dramatic one. You can transfer ownership of a fully paid policy to the Foundation, reassign ownership and beneficiary status for a policy on which premiums are still being paid, or establish a new policy and designate the Foundation as applicant, owner, and beneficiary.

 

Click to Shop
A percent of sales of limited edition artwork and Banovich Wild Accents benefits the Wildscapes Foundation.  With a wide array of Banovich limited edition giclée canvases and Wild Accents you can share your love of wildlife and conservation. 

Conservation & Community Needs

The Wildscapes Foundation actively supports community projects with medical, art, education and other items of need.  This help us create a harmonious balance between the conservation of wildlife, wild spaces and the communities.

Gifts of Much Needed Supplies for Distribution
Our current needs list includes but is not limited to items such as those listed below. We make site visits and distribution trips to in-need areas and projects and would love to include your donations on one of these missions.

Specific needs change frequently so please contact us at 307.200.1622, or via email wildscapes@johnbanovich.com, Kimberly Fletcher, COO, Banovich Wildscapes Foundation.

Community/Education Needs
School supplies - book bags, chalk, crayons, erasers, handheld pencil sharpeners, markers, pencils, pencil cases/bags, and pens
Computer equipment
Sports equipment
Clothing/shoes
Medical Supplies:
Crutches
Prosthetics

Conservation Needs
Lion Collars: US $4,000
Live Bomas: US $750
Garmin GPS: US$ 200
Ranger uniform, boots, flashlight & backpack: US$ 500
Motorbike: US$ 1,500
Rangers' 4-man tent: US$ 2,250
Annual salary for a ranger: US$ 6,000
Borehole: US$ 10,000
Solar water pump: US$ 18,000
Radio system: US$ 35,000

 

The Banovich Wildscapes Foundation Thanks The Following Generous Contributors

American Conservation & Education Society
The Annenberg Foundation
Animals of Montana
Austin Safari Club International Chapter
Banovich Art, Inc. (Gallery & Publishing Company)
Chancellor International Wildlife Foundation
Chem Chem Safaris
Childress Vineyards
Richard & Judy Childress & Childress Racing
The Conklin Foundation
Columbus Zoo
Dallas Safari Club
Greg & Stacy Lill, DeLille Cellars
Eyes on You Safaris
Go Daddy.Com
Jack & Suzi Hanna

Holland & Holland
Homann's Africa
Houston Safari Club
Mark Damian Duda & Associates
Meriwether Ranch
KPMG
Orion Multimedia
Safari Club International Foundation
Safari Club International-Houston Chapter
Safari Club International-Lubbock Chapter
Suawah Tsang Rev. Trust
Jeff & Julie Thompson
Tudor Investments
Zeiss
Zoo Montana
Private Contributors