The Green Future Fund

Canada’s local environmental groups are the environmental movements frontline heroes, working the grassroots of every community with tiny budgets and unlimited passion. When COVID-19 appeared, they got hit much harder than larger environmental groups due to their size, access to funds, and lack of in-house resources. They’ve had to rethink how they work and how they raise money for their work. And they needed help.

The Green Future Fund is our response, with donations, information, and strategies to keep them going, so they can help make Canada’s recovery a green one.

COVID-19 has shown that communities working together can accomplish incredible things as we collectively keep our country safe and care for each other. For every sad story, we hear many more about how kind, cooperative, and responsible Canadians are towards each other.

Canada’s local environmental groups, the backbone of the country’s green movement, have cared about their communities for years. They work tirelessly with scarce dollars and countless volunteers to create a green future to avoid the dangers of the climate crisis and pollution. Their local actions remediate natural areas, fight climate change, reduce waste and educate the public.

They’ve been shining examples of what caring and cooperation can do.

Canada’s small environmental groups, the backbone of the country’s green movement, have cared about their communities for years. They work tirelessly with scarce dollars and countless volunteers to create a green future to avoid the dangers of the climate crisis and pollution. Their local actions remediate natural areas, fight climate change, reduce waste and educate the public.

They’ve been shining examples of what caring and cooperation can do.

With so much uncertainty, it is encouraging that the Small Change Fund is advocating on our behalf, and providing us with matching funds to increase the impact of donations.

Amy

BurlingtonGreen

Not only did Small Change Fund help us raise 25% of our budget, we have been invited to submit proposals to philanthropists and funders for future programs and projects.

Shannon

Skeena Watershed Conservation Coalition