We have big dreams here at the Arizona Elk Society (AES) about the future of our riparian environment, about our children learning the outdoors, about the future of Arizona wildlife and about the changes we can make in the lives of our Wounded Warriors and their families. But change takes time. It takes resources. And it takes commitment. That’s where your giving comes in. With a gift in any amount, you help AES establish the foundations we can build on. Your gift helps AES plan ahead while focusing current resources where they’re needed most.



As the costs of providing our conservation efforts continue to rise, it becomes increasingly important to support the fundraising efforts of the Arizona Elk Society. Arizona Elk Society receives no local, state or federal tax support. The generous gifts of the community have never been more vital than they are today. AES finds like nonprofits everywhere that the dollar isn't stretching far enough to make important purchases of echo friendly and state-of-the-art technology and maintain key services, especially our programs that return abused, neglected and abandoned wildlife habitat back to pristine conditions. In addition, through your donations more than 5,750 children have benefited from our various youth projects, camps and scholarship programs throughout the State.

In an effort to address these increasing challenges, the Arizona Elk Society was established in 2001. AES is not-for-profit 501 c (3) charitable organization as defined by the Internal Revenue Service. Contributions are tax deductible. Gifts of cash, stocks, bonds, personal property and land are all acceptable, as well as planned giving through estate planning.

By seeking and attracting charitable contributions, the Arizona Elk Society is working to enhance the quality of wildlife habitat as well as teaching our next generation the importance of being responsible stewards of our national heritage our great outdoors.

To make a contribution or to contact the Arizona Elk Society, please call the Arizona Elk Society at 623-444-4147 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..