4 SUPER EASY STEPS TO DONATE WISELY
Start your Giving Tuesday here! Please help us protect and regenerate Amazon rainforests.
by Rainforest Partnership | 12.2.19
Giving Tuesday is about giving to those that do good. It's so important to contribute to causes that create a better world for us!
Kind as it may sound, you ought to make sure your money goes to the right project. Below, we listed 4 super easy steps to donate wisely!
#1 Pick a cause you care about
If you browse for charities online, you’ll find an endless list of charities that promote inspiring causes.
A great tip is to ensure the charity of choice depicts transparency and completeness of information so as to avoid confusion.
Start with projects or causes you really care about.
For instance, if you care about the environment, we’ll recommend that you help us protect and regenerate our Amazon rainforests.
Rainforest Partnership is an international non-profit organization whose mission is to protect and regenerate tropical rainforests through partnerships and collaborations.
Once you donate to our cause, not only will you help us increase awareness, but also enable indigenous communities to live sustainably.
#2 Choose a charity that gets its hands dirty and offers fact-based research
Some charities typically invest their time encouraging donors to take action with little or no information.
Others simply ignore the use of sophisticated methods to attract donors with modern marketing tools. And a few others lack sufficient research to sustain their premise.
Fortunately, there’s a bunch of charities that are getting increasingly savvy and resourceful when communicating with the outside world.
At Rainforest Partnership, we take pride in the amount of resources we make available online for our users.
When it comes to research, we invite you to read our last blog post: New Population of Monkeys Found in Peru is Big News for Conservation?
We thrive on our successes and in keeping you inspired.
#3 Give to charities abroad
Your money is valuable. And whatever you do to spend it must follow good reasoning.
The same premise also applies to donations. When donating domestically, you may be helping local communities or organizations make someone else’s life better.
But if you are looking for making a bigger impact on your donation, consider donating to charities that feature an international focus.
At Rainforest Partnership, we dedicate our time advocating for the Amazon rainforest which is vital for the future of mankind.
Your contribution will be given to projects that increase conservation efforts and improve the lives of indigenous communities sustainably.
Our charity does not just protect the land and its people, but also combats biodiversity losses and climate crisis.
Have you read our recent blog about the Amazon Fires? It’s time for us to reflect on the things that matter most.
#4 Give what you can
The best contribution is to give what you can. Every cent, every dime, every dollar means the world to us.
Your donation reminds everyone that there’s still hope in this world. Beyond donation, what matter the most is that you are fully aware of the causes you are supporting.
Simply put, $1 dollar is better than $0.
The most important aspect of donating is to understand that you are becoming part of the change people want to see in the world.
If you want to do something meaningful this Giving Tuesday, we invite you to explore our site and make your donation for the preservation of the Amazon rainforest.
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