Looking to increase your positive global impact?
Yeah, doesn’t that sound overwhelming? We understand. There are so many wonderful causes out there. Where do you start? One step at a time. Charity doesn’t have to happen in one ginormous, bulk action. It can be given in increments over time. This Earth Day is a perfect place to start (or continue, if you’re already on this path)
Over the years, we’ve been able to donate to wonderful charities through our What’s Hot Wednesday “Do Good Spotlight”. Here’s a list of nature-related charities to get you started on your Earth-Day giving:
- charity: water – This organization works to help bring clean and safe water to every person on the planet.
- Tiny Heroes – charity: water empowers children who have created their own ways to help further the clean water cause.
- Access Fund – Access Fund is a nonprofit advocacy organization that leads and inspires the climbing community toward sustainable access and conservation of the climbing environment.
- Food & Water Watch – Food & Water Watch fights for safe food, clean water, and a livable climate for all of us.
- The Center for Disaster Philanthropy – The Center for Disaster Philanthropy (CDP) is the only full-time resource dedicated to helping donors maximize their impact by making more intentional disaster-related giving decisions.
- Rolling Harvest – Rolling Harvest is focused on partnering with local farmers, making it easy for them to share their fresh, healthy produce with the food-insecure communities in which they live.
- American Red Cross – Red Cross volunteers and staff work to deliver vital services – from providing relief and support to those in crisis, to helping you be prepared to respond in emergencies.
- Your Local Parks System – Donate your time and/or resources to help your outdoor “homes away from home” stay clean and maintained for future generations.
- Looking for something a little different? Find other charities through Charity Navigator or BeGrateful.org.