If you are here, it means you already care and that’s halfway there. Now all you have to do is choose which objective you’d like to support. They are all carefully selected and you really can’t go wrong. Go with the one that’s closest to your heart.
Greenpeace Fund tackles many environmental problems such as deforestation and sustainable food and has worked to address issues with oceans for decades like plastic pollution, offshore drilling, saving the Arctic, and more.
Coral Reef Alliance recognizes that our best chance to save coral reefs is in collaboration with the people who are most closely connected to coral reefs. In partnership with local communities, they take a multipronged approach to restoring and protecting coral reefs.
Ocean Conservancy Is working with you to protect the ocean from today’s greatest global challenges. Ocean Conservancy creates science based solutions for a healthy ocean and the wildlife and communities that depend on it.
Sierra Club Foundation is working to protect the environment and its people since 1892. The Sierra Club helped pass the Clean Air and Endangered Species Acts, initiated the creation of numerous National Parks, and worked to move hundreds of coal plants towards clean energy.
The Ocean Foundation grow the financial resources available to support marine conservation in order to promote healthy ocean ecosystems and benefit the human communities that depend on them. TOF increases the capacity of conservation organizations, hosting projects and funds, and supports those working to improve the health of ocean species globally.
Oceana seeks to make our oceans more biodiverse and abundant by winning policy victories in the countries that govern much of the world’s marine life. Focused solely on ocean conservation. Oceana offices around the world work together to win strategic, directed campaigns that achieve measurable outcomes that will help make our oceans more bio diverse and abundant.
Shark Allies dedicated to the protection and conservation of sharks and rays. Focusing on taking action, on raising awareness and guiding initiatives that reduce the destructive overfishing of sharks on a global scale.
Shark Stewards has been supporting sharks around the globe since 2006. They restore ocean health by saving sharks from overfishing and the fin trade while working to preserve critical marine habitat via creation of marine-protected areas and shark sanctuaries.
Ocean Alliance collects a broad spectrum of data on whales and ocean life relating particularly to toxicology, behavior, bioacoustics, and genetics. From that data they work with their scientific partners to advise educators and policy makers on wise stewardship of the oceans.
Acadia Center is a non-profit organization committed to advancing the clean energy future. Through research and advocacy, it works to empower consumers and offer real-world solutions to the climate crisis for all.
WildAid aims to end the illegal wildlife trade in our lifetime. Working to reduce the demand for illegal wildlife products and to promote energy conservation, via global public awareness campaigns. WildAid also strives to create model field conservation programs and to strengthen marine protected areas around the world.
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society is an international non-profit, marine wildlife conservation organization. Established in 1977, their mission is to end the destruction of habitat and slaughter of wildlife in the world’s oceans in order to conserve and protect ecosystems and species.
National Parks Conservation Association has a few initiatives, such as unethical hunting practices, conservation funding, clean air in certain national parks, and more. NPCA had worked to protect and preserve America’s national parks since 1919.
The Nature Conservancy has protected over 120 million acres of land and thousands of miles of rivers worldwide. The Nature Conservancy has more than one million members and more than 600 scientists on staff. The organization has an impressive reach; they protect habitats in all 50 U.S. states and more than 30 countries.
Environmental and Energy Study Institute advances innovative policy solutions that set us on a cleaner, more secure and sustainable energy path. EESI carries out various projects such as transforming energy infrastructures, transportation systems, land use management practices, and community designs, creates new opportunities for American entrepreneurs and as well as good jobs.
Charity Navigator has been assessing charities for years. And it has only gotten better at what it does. It’s the “consumer reports” of charities. Charity Navigator rates charities on financial health, accountability, and transparency. Charities and NGOs receive one to four stars with four being the very best. As a donor, you can’t go wrong by sticking to the 3 and 4-star charities at Charity Navigator. We used to make sure we contribute to legit organizations and refer our members to donate to the right ones.