grandfather kid fishingFriends of NH’s Heritage

Join the Friends of NH’s Heritage, our aptly named support team, comprised of people just like you, who contribute annually at different levels—levels that are comfortable for you, and with the benefits that you have asked for. See below!

You’ve known us over the years as NH Fish and Game’s primary fund raising arm—supporting the education, conservation, wildlife, fisheries, and law enforcement programs that we have all come to depend on!

Whether it’s providing winter snow gear for our Conservation Officers, bear nets to safely rescue these majestic animals, or aerial fish stocking of some of New Hampshire’s most remote ponds—the work we do ONLY WORKS when you do your part by supporting projects and programs that would otherwise go un- or under-funded.

New Hampshire’s heritage is all about our outdoor reputation, lifestyle, and wild places. Places you love to visit, and places we are all proud to have as part of our landscape.

Most of our economy and much of our daily lives revolve around our great forests, lakes, mountains, seashores, and urban wild habitats.   For many, that’s a big reason why we live here and play here.   And it’s a big reason why a healthy NH Fish and Game Department is so vital to the safety and enjoyment of our wild heritage.

The Wildlife Heritage Foundation of New Hampshire is funded solely through donations. We have no membership base or dues. Funding sources include donations from individuals, members of the Board of Directors, corporations, clubs, grants from private foundations, as well as proceeds from raffles, auctions and other fundraising activities, and the annual Moose Permit Auction run by the Foundation each year.

Let’s continue our collective effort to make NH Fish and Game strong and vital.

The easiest way to become a Friend is to click this button and use your PayPal account to instantly pick your level, or mail us your check today to PO Box 3993, Concord, NH 03302.


Join today and become a Friend of NH’s Heritage. There’s a level for everybody!

Friends of NH’s Heritage

Every member receives a Wildlife Heritage sticker and quarterly e-newsletter. Additionally, members will receive the following:

  • Wildlife Steward level $25 to $99 – Wildlife Heritage logo market tote.
  • Rod and Reel level $100 to $249 – Wildlife Heritage logo sturdy canvas bag.
  • Outfitters level $250 to $499 – Invitation to a lunch & learn event with a Fish & Game Department wildlife biologist or conservation officer, and a special commemorative gift.
  • Wilderness Guide level $500 to $999 – Invitation to a lunch presentation with renowned fly-fishing expert and guide Angus Boezeman and a special commemorative gift.
  • White Mountains level $1,000 to $4,999 – A personalized embroidered Wildlife Foundation logo fleece vest.
  • Moose Alley level $5,000+ – A personalized embroidered Wildlife Foundation logo fleece vest and special limited edition gift chosen each year.

Additionally, we acknowledge and recognize our special donors who are outdoor organizations, community partners, and bequest/planned giving donors through the following affinity groups:

  • Decoy Club for children and youth groups, under 16, and their schools, receive a special recognition certificate for their generous support.
  • Heritage Patrons, our donor club for like-minded outdoors-oriented clubs, organizations, and corporations, such as OHRV clubs, fishing and hunting clubs, and outdoor recreation groups and companies.
  • Durant Society, our donor club for those who have pledged a bequest or planned gift. This is an important step in promoting long-term gift and estate planning to the WHFNH.

Join today and become a Friend of NH’s Heritage. There’s a level for everybody!

Our Funding

The Wildlife Heritage Foundation of New Hampshire is funded solely through donations. We have no membership base or dues. Funding sources include donations from individuals, members of the Board of Directors, corporations, clubs, grants from private foundations, as well as proceeds from raffles, auctions and other fundraising activities, and the annual Moose Permit Auction run by the Foundation each year.

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