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Earth Protect exists to empower people to take effective actions leading to sustainable life on earth. Donating to environmental and sustainable development nonprofits that work each day towards that end is a great way to get involved and help. The nonprofits on our site are partners with Earth Protect.

They offer a great variety of causes and special campaigns. Give generously and know you are making a difference and you may be eligible for a tax deduction too. Check the donor terms to learn more.
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Gulf Oil Spill Fund, Greater New Orleans Foundation

gnof_logoAs the world watches what may become the nation’s worst environmental disaster in decades, the Greater New Orleans Foundation has established the Gulf Coast Oil Spill Fund to help support organizations on the ground providing critical services to fishermen and their families. The fund will support work that helps the communities most affected by the oil spill in Plaquemines, St. Bernard, Jefferson, Terrebonne, and Lafourche Parishes.

The fund is identifying short and long-term needs.
Short-term: The fund is making emergency grants to nonprofit organizations responding to immediate needs.
Long-term: The fund will help strengthen coastal communities against future environmental catastrophes and help them address the long-term effects of the spill.


The Greater New Orleans Foundations, administrater of the Gulf Coast Oil Spill Fund, is a 501 (c) 3 organization with the highest rankings possible on Charity Navigator and which is accredited by the Council on Foundation.


Poverty & in Pittsburgh

utc_povertyPoverty & 350 in Pittsburgh

October 2010 - The Homewood Healing Angels Reunion

An event to reunite and support 47 students and their families of a low-income area of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, called Homewood.

Sustainability Education for the Leaders of Tomorrow


The Northwest Earth Institute is launching a new effort to provide sustainability education for high school and college students at no cost. NWEI has found that the number one barrier to providing sustainability education to our youth—who are the leaders of tomorrow—is the cost of the course books. Funds generated during this campaign will go directly toward subsidizing the $20 cost of Northwest Earth Institute course books for youth in high school and colleges across the U. S.

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Latest Donors

Name Amount ($)
Lance Shimomura 10.00
Virginia 100.00
Elana Pianko 5.00
Nick Karno 50.00
Whakapaingia, Sara, and Mum Luke 20.00
Cathym 20.00

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