She credits him with introducing her to conservationism, and set up the William Holden Wildlife Foundation in his memory.
What does WHWF stand for?
WHWF stands for William Holden Wildlife Foundation (Beverly Hills, CA)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Stefanie Powers, the actress best known for her leading role on the '80s TV crime drama Hart to Hart, spends half her time in Kenya working as president of the William Holden Wildlife Foundation, which she co-founded.
I am a director of the William Holden Wildlife Foundation based in Nanyuki, where we teach conservation and wildlife management to thousands of African children yearly.
Powers is co-founder of the William Holden Wildlife Foundation, which is dedicated to preserving Kenya's wildlife and educating the public about the plight of animals.
After the food, the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association (GLAZA) presented former zoo trustee and actress Stefanie Powers with a Fellow Award for her work with the William Holden Wildlife Foundation in Kenya.
Widely known for her work with animals in Kenya, she serves as president of The William Holden Wildlife Foundation, a public charity dedicated to the preservation of Kenya's wild animals.