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The non-profit organizations we support are thoroughly vetted and care deeply about addressing the conservation challenges we face at the local and global levels. We chose these nonprofits for their extraordinary accomplishments in environmental activism and their holistic and philosophical approaches to preserving biodiversity long term. An intersectional approach to climate change right now is the catalyst for the critical ecological preservation we need.

Intersectionality is the key to healing life on our planet. This approach considers the effects of climate change on biodiversity and the potentially catastrophic economic and ecological impact on local communities. Partners of The Tithing Tree all share our commitment and align with our collaborative, world- centric value-based approach for reversing, regreening, and restoring our planet. These trusted partners share our vision for creating a more equitable and livable future for everyone.

The ongoing environmental choices you make now will have significant future impacts on public health in the U.S. and around the globe. Your conscious decisions and financial support of these trusted partners of The Tithing Tree will stand as a beacon of hope and a powerful model of compassion and service to the rest of the world.
“We may have come to these shores on different ships, but we are now in the same boat.”
Mustafa Santiago Ali, National Wildlife Federation,
Vice President of Environmental Justice, Climate, and Community Revitalization
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Forests

ONE TREE PLANTED:
This global reforestation mission helps people understand the importance of trees and gives them the ability to plant a tree in an area that needs support. Started in 2014, it has more than doubled the number of trees planted year over year and works with reforestation partners across 43 countries to help get trees in the ground. Projects restore forests after fires and floods, create jobs, build communities, and protect habitat for wildlife. In 2020, it more than doubled its 2019 impact by planting 10 million trees.

AMERICAN FORESTS:
This U.S. organization was founded in 1875 with a mission is to create healthy and resilient forests, from cities to wilderness. These forests deliver essential benefits for climate, people, water, and wildlife. The organization advances its mission through forestry innovation, place-based partnerships to plant and restore forests, and movement building. Through Tree Equity Scores, the organization evaluates the equitable distribution of tree cover in the U.S, It identifies the cities that can gain the most significant health, economic, and climate benefits by increasing tree canopy in places of high need.

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Oceans

OCEANA:
Founded in 2001, it is the largest international group focused solely on ocean conservation. Global offices work together on a limited number of strategic, directed campaigns to achieve measurable outcomes to help return our oceans to former levels of abundance, Believing in the importance of science in identifying problems and solutions, scientists lead a team of economists, lawyers, and advocates focused on achieving tangible results for the oceans. Saving the oceans may take decades, but each campaign aims to accomplish an important milestone in that effort within two to five years.

URBAN OCEAN LAB:
This nonprofit functions as a think-tank to cultivate a rigorous, creative, and practical climate and ocean policy for the future of coastal cities. The organization harnesses collective wisdom to envision and design targeted solutions for the future of coastal cities, which drive the development of policy frameworks and catalyze legislative change. It looks at several relevant issues, including coastal ecosystems, sea-level rise, renewable energy, infrastructure, and education.

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Wildlife

WILD EARTH ALLIES:
Founded in 1981, this nonprofit identifies globally important wildlife and habitats that can be conserved through targeted collaborative action. It fosters local partnerships that result in lasting conservation impact. Limiting bureaucracy and overhead maximizes impact on the ground and collaborates with many talented partners to protect globally important biodiversity. The organization pursues cutting-edge initiatives that promise a better future for the planet and everything that lives on it.

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Agriculture

FARMERS FOOTPRINT:
This organization is a coalition of farmers, educators, doctors, scientists, and business leaders aiming to expose the human and environmental impacts of chemical farming and offer a path forward through regenerative agricultural practices and accelerating the universal adoption of regenerative land management for the health of people and the planet. The organization addresses systemic change and scalability challenges facing our food and agriculture systems by focusing on three pillars: awareness, education, and economics.

RON FINLEY PROJECT:
This nonprofit teaches individuals how to transform food deserts into food sanctuaries and how to regenerate their lands into creative business models. It envisions a world where people know nutrition and where it comes from, and where all ages embrace the act of growing, knowing, and sharing the best of the earth’s fresh-grown food. South-Central Los Angeles, where Finley is from, is a food desert: a geographic location where access to healthy food options is extremely limited or nonexistent. Currently, 23.5 million people live in food deserts in the U.S., and cities with high African American and Latin American populations, including Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, New Orleans, and New York City, regularly top the list of those hit hardest by food scarcity.

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