Donations to Environmental Organizations
This page summarizes where drplasticpicker has donated to various environmental groups. Drplasticpicker has been a frugal person my whole life, and am by nature and nurture a hard-worker. The whole point of this blog is that I exercise and meditate for free on the beach, and I get to have fun blogging. I clean up the ocean at the same time. And the money that I would otherwise spend on “wellness” goes to the environment. I used to spend about $29 a month on weight watchers, and that is my starting point. No more weight watchers for me. Money goes to the earth!
This blog allows me to research the best impact per dollar our donations can go. There are some environmental scams out there! And I also discuss with my children monthly where we should donate.
Let’s see what one personal environmental action blogger can do!
|SEPT 2019||$25||WWF for Conservation Rangers to Protect Rhinos|
|OCT 2019||$150||Rainforest Trust to protect Pervuvian rainforest, 196 acres, 50,000 trees saved|
|NOV 2019||$300||Rainforest Trust to protect Peruvian rainforest, 394 acres, 100,000 trees saved|
|DEC 2019||$420||Rainforest Trust to protect Kenyan rangelands, 724 acres saved.|
|JAN 2020||$400||Rainforest Trust to protect to support biodiversity in Cote d’Ivoire, 1142 acres of coastline and rocky reef|
|FEB 2020||$400||Rainforest Trust to protect to support biodiversity in Cote d’Ivoire, 1142 acres of coastline and rocky reef|
Rainforest Trust to protect to support biodiversity in Cote d’Ivoire, 2282 acres of coastline and rocky reef
WWF Polar Bear Adoption
Eden Reforestration 620 trees in Nepal
Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation
Rainforest Trust: Conservation Action Fund, 65 acres of Rainforest, 19500 trees preserved
Rainforest Trust: Conservation Action Fund, 75 acres, 22500 trees preserved
WWF Fund (Tigers): Tiger adoption kit for 2 special little kids who lost their grandfather during COVID-19.