IWLA Endowment Administration
Although The Izaak Walton League of America Endowment is a separate corporation with its own specific purpose, the Endowment compliments the basic philosophy and objectives of The Izaak Walton League of America. By virtue of its structure and organization, the Endowment can act quickly and independently in carrying our its special function.
Its management is conducted by a nine member board of directors, each serving a three-year term. Officers and directors are elected independently from the League's officers. They receive no remuneration for their services and often absorb expenses of the Endowment from their own personal funds.
The Endowment receives no portion of League membership dues. Its sole funding comes from individuals, foundations or corporations who share an interest in helping conservation programs.
Operating expenses are minimal, amounting to less than 5% of the Endowment's funds, thus assuring donors that over 95% of all gifts and donations are used directly for conservation efforts. The Endowment is very proud of its record and of the income generated from Endowment investments.
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