AWF Received a phone call on Thursday afternoon, July 3, 2014 notifying us that someone is making phone calls claiming to be a Wildlife Federation raising money for children for Christmas. The caller ID was a Verizon mobile number: 501-697-5787 out of the Conway, Ark. area, but the scammers could be calling from other numbers as well, so please be aware.
AWF Does Not make phone calls of any sort to raise funds. AWF sends out material via mail or speaks with people face-to-face at events. AWF does not even send e-mails requesting funds unless someone specifically requests information from the organization.
If you receive a similar call please contact AWF with the time, date, and the number the scammer called from so we can turn the information over to the attorney general. Please do not give them any of your personal information.
AWF has just completed the 2nd annual Wounded Warrior Project fishing tournament located at Lake Dardanelle State Park in Russellville. Thanks to all who volunteered their time and those who helped support this worthwhile project of giving back to our men and women who gave so much for our country. I would also like to mention it was a BIG success, and AWF will try to sponsor it again next year.
I would like to tell you a couple of personal stories about this year’s event. One of the best parts of being involved is to hear special stories and how this event has affected individual’s lives.
(signed) Agalia Baker!
Thank you Agalia for your support to this worthy cause, and we wish you the very best in your fight with cancer.
You see I feel very special to get to hear and see how we have made a difference in these people’s lives. This is one on the main reasons I volunteer my time and give back so much, we can all make a difference and touch others’ lives in a positive way. Thanks to all of our veterans and those who are serving today and have given so much to our great country and our freedoms we all enjoy in America.
As the state’s oldest, and one of the largest, conservation organizations, the Arkansas Wildlife Federation (AWF) is the leading advocate for the protection, conservation, and responsible management for all of Arkansas’ natural resources. Arkansas Wildlife Federation’s Annual Conservation Awards Banquet will be held at the Center of Bryant located at Bishop Park, 6401 Boone Road, Bryant, Arkansas on August 23, 2014. Banquet Flyer 2014
The banquet is a significant fundraiser for AWF while also recognizing and honoring individuals, organizations, and businesses that have made outstanding contributions for conservation and wildlife. It is a great opportunity for sportsmen and women to raise money for future protection and conservation of Arkansas’ natural treasures while celebrating the achievements of AWF and our conservation award winners. The doors will open at 4:00 pm to the conservation education booths and the “Wildlife of Arkansas” art show, featuring the winning artwork from 52 students throughout Arkansas. The evening includes a silent auction, dinner, conservation awards, and a live auction.
If you would like to co-sponsor this year’s banquet, click the link: Sponsors letter 2014
Your sponsorship gets you into the event, your company’s name on a banner to show that you support AWF and/or recognition in the banquet program, and advertising in Arkansas Out-of-Doors.
Help support AWF so that we, our partners and affiliates can help keep Arkansas natural. AWF’s mission is to advocate for the sustainable use of Arkansas’ wildlife habitats and natural resources for future generations.
Flyer for Bearcat Hollow 9-28-2013
Click the link above for details about the work weekend.
AWF has moved thanks to the donation of land by Dr. Charles Logan, M.D. and his wife Joyce Logan. Our new information:
Arkansas Wildlife Federation
P.O. Box 56380
Little Rock, AR 72215
Volunteer Day Video Highlights – 2011