From September 16, there is a new way to deal with the climate crisis, by supporting non-profit organizations
Many nonprofits are working hard to address the climate and conservation crisis, and with generous support their work can be expanded.
TAOS, NEW MEXICO, UNITED STATES, September 16, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – A wide variety of non-profit organizations participate in the first Earth gives birth October 7. The donation platform site (active now, go take a look) is filled with profiles on each organization, the direction of their work and the impact they have on the environment. The Earth Gives organization and its flagship event, Earth Gives Day, focus on mobilizing resources and attention to the work of environmental and climate-focused nonprofits through a limited 24-hour gamified event in time and high profile that not only helps other organizations get exposure but also earn dollar prizes for their success in inviting donors and dollars. Tax-deductible donations made from September 16 through October 7 will count towards the competition for this cash prize.
Some organizations are local and serve the specific needs of their communities, including Green Living Science, WildEarth Guardians, The Crested Butte Land Trust, Protect the Adirondacks !, Thurston Climate Action Team, Clean Air Council, Blue Scholars Initiative and Big Bend. Protection.
Some are regional, such as the Western Environmental Law Center, which has used the power of law to protect public lands, wildlife, and communities in the Western United States since 1976, and which, in 1987, along with the Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund, successfully challenged Oregon timber sales to protect the endangered Northern Spotted Owl, and Reap Goodness, which is bringing in doctoral students from around the world to test how best to restore agriculture and nourish surrounding communities
Others have a global reach and have tackled environmental and conservation issues for many years, including The Explorers Club (1904) and Rotary International (1905).
An organization with a slightly different slant is also presented; Champions of the planet, which has a website full of information, ideas and simple strategies that individuals and families (as well as friends and neighbors) can easily adopt, which collectively will make a difference to the sustainability of our planet and, as Howard Zinn said, “small acts, when multiplied by millions of people, can transform the world” (Howard Zinn, August 24, 1922 – January 27, 2010, was an American historian, author , playwright and professor of political science at Boston University).
The Earth Gives Day website provides information and the opportunity to donate. Check back frequently, as other organizations join you, and new visits provide an opportunity to learn more about and support their work. https://www.earthgives.org/
About Earth Gives. Earth Gives was founded by Rhonda Bannard and is based in Phoenix, Arizona. The nonprofit is catalyzing people, resources and attention to the climate crisis, creating a welcoming and livable world where humanity and the planet thrive. It is led by a diverse board of directors and welcomes partnerships to advance important challenges facing the environment and climate. Inquiries can be directed to [email protected]
About “Explorer George” and Champions of the Planet. George Basch is co-founder of Earth Gives Day and founder of Champions of the Planet. The 84-year-old man began traveling abroad in 1962. His adventures have taken him repeatedly to all seven continents and to more than 60 countries and territories. During these years he has witnessed the destruction of natural habitat due to population pressures and experienced the impact these changes have had on other species inhabiting our planet, as well as on the weather and climate. of the world. He was celebrated and received awards for his work related to the environment and adventure. When seated still, Basch calls Taos, New Mexico, his home. He can be contacted at [email protected]