ARIZONA ANTELOPE FOUNDATION
Our mission is to increase pronghorn populations in Arizona through habitat improvements, habitat acquisition, the translocation of animals to historic range, and public comment on activities affecting pronghorn and their habitat. As a 501c3 nonprofit, all of our proceeds help advance our mission.
As a 501C3 nonprofit organization, your tax-deductible donation helps us advance our mission. Recently, donations and raffle ticket purchases provided the funds to support our water hauling efforts. We were able to contribute around $90K for the purchase of three, 1,000 gallon trailers to deploy in Region 1 & 2 and to support water improvements in Region 4, for Sonoran Pronghorn. Our Board makes the most of every $!
Our members and volunteers are the driving force in the Arizona Antelope Foundation! Membership dues are one more way for our community to help support our mission.
Annual Membership Levels
Regular Member = $40.00
Sustaining Member = $100.00
Family = $60.00
Lifetime Membership Levels
Life Member: Age 60-66 = $750.00
Life Member: Age 67+ = $500.00
Life Member: Age -59 = $1,000.00
Your raffle ticket purchase provides a chance to win and so much more! Our raffles FUND OUR MISSION and... our raffles are some of the best in Arizona. We provide our purchasers with the chance to win excellent quality and high valued prizes for a low ticket price and a limited number of tickets. The chances are always good.
If you want to get in on the fun, support the mission and win:
Libertas ad Vigor - Freedom to Roam
Volunteer to be a part of the team and help with the work that will outlive you! Click here to see the results of the work we are doing and photos from our projects.
See the latest edition of our award-winning quarterly magazine and read the results of our fundraising and volunteer efforts towards grants and projects.
Habitat and Herd Recovery Efforts
After some 10 years we wrapped up our 8-year National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) funded Southeastern Arizona Grasslands Initiative on December 31st 2019. The final grant report and financial match audit were completed and submitted to the NFWF on May 29th, 2020 and accepted in full for final payment on June 24th. In the aggregate we spent a combined $1.741M of grant, habitat partnership, rancher, and volunteer match funds over the formal 8-year project life.
Additionally, with the help of partnerships, volunteer work, donations and grant funding, we have contributed substantially to the success of the Sonoran Pronghorn Recovery Efforts.
AAF is a Conservation Organization. We focus on work that restores healthy, viable pronghorn populations. Read more about our partnership work at this link: Collaborative Conservation and Adaptation Strategy Toolbox (CCAST)
Thank you to our Conservation Partners
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