Quick StatsOfficial Name: 1% for the Planet
Year Founded: 2001
Headquarters: Waitsfield, Vermont, USA
Mission: 1% for the Planet exists to build and support an alliance of businesses financially committed to creating a healthy planet.
DONATE NOW: http://www.onepercentfortheplanet.org/en/donate.php
Language Spoken: English
# Countries Active: USA
Official Website: http://www.onepercentfortheplanet.org
Phone: (802) 496-5408
Areas of Focus: Biodiversity, Coastal and Marine Ecosystems, Conservation, Ecology, Sustainable Development, Sustainable Living
Organisation Type: Non-profit corporation
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1% for the Planet
One Percent For the Planet is a network of over 1000 business (and counting!) from all over the world that are committed to investing 1% for their sales to environmental causes. The recipients of these donations are non-profit environmental groups, also located all over the world.
Since 2002, over 40 million dollars has been raised and donated to activists working to preserve and protect our planet's precious natural environments.
Today, 1% is a network of over more than 1200 member companies in 40+ countries giving 1% of their annual sales to environmental charities worldwide.
How to donate
1% FOR THE PLANET is a global alliance of companies committed to investing 1% of their annual revenues to campaigns for clean air, pure water, safe food and wild places. Last year 1,250 companies gave $15 million to hundreds of organizations.
To keep building this movement, we need your financial support. We’ll use it to reach out to even more companies, ensuring that groups with a vision for sustainability have the resources they need - year after year - to keep working for a healthy planet.
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