You’ve probably heard of #GivingTuesday

At long last: healthy, standing forests, and the role of indigenous peoples in responding to climate change are finally being recognized for their true value! The world has caught up to the ideas that Rainforest Partnership, and our thoughtful community of Rainforest Partners like yourself, have already known for years. Together, we will end deforestation by 2030. Now that Giving Tuesday is upon us- will you join the millions around the world today unleashing generosity by supporting Rainforest Partnership once more? Here are a few ways you can give:

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Ways to give

Protect the Deep Amazon

Amplify conservation by supporting Amazon communities like the Yurúa Communal Conservation Association in the Deep Amazon of Eastern Peru (over 110,000 acres of rainforests comprising 9 communities of 6 indigenous peoples: Asheninka, Yaminahua, Ashaninka, Amahuaca, Yanesha, and Chitonahua. Be part of our $200,000 project goal. See project info here!). Together we can end deforestation by 2030.

Help us reach our goal

Donate Crypto

Be part of the decentralized community that acts to end deforestation by 2030. The fight for our planet is everyone’s fight. Join us as we innovate for forests, communities, climate, and a more breathable, habitable world. And what better time to donate crypto than during #CryptoGivingTuesday?

Donate crypto

Become a Forest Keeper

End deforestation by 2030 and sustain our projects year round by becoming a monthly donor, or a Forest Keeper! Get news directly from our on the ground projects and sneak peeks into our global events like Films for the Forest and World Rainforest Day.


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Help spread the word about Rainforest Partnership

Did you know there are over 130,000 nonprofit organizations based in Texas alone? In such a massive arena, sometimes we need help being seen. Our team has been lucky enough throughout the years to be invited to conferences, festivals, and online and in-person events of all kinds, for the chance to talk about our work and invite folks to join us. These opportunities are absolutely vital to continuing the work we do (not to mention we just plain enjoy connecting with people). If your company, club, organization etc., is looking for speakers or organizations to hear from- let us know!

Contact us

We’ve all been hearing a lot of news lately about how we need to put our heads together to address climate change, economic and environmental inequality, the list goes on. There is so much work to do, and sometimes it can feel overwhelming finding a place to start. But each and every one of us wields so much more power than we think. We invite you to join us; by supporting Rainforest Partnership you are not only protecting vital and precious rainforests, you are supporting and preserving indigenous traditional knowledge, you are safeguarding biodiversity, and you are ensuring a cleaner, healthier planet for our futures. We are in this together, and we welcome you to join us.

Where we work

From the Tropical Andes to the Deep Amazon, to the coastal tropical forests of the Tumbes Choco-Magdalena Biodiversity Hotspot, the Maya Forest on the Yucatan Peninsula, our headquarters in Austin, Texas, to the countless places around the world touched by our global programs-- our mosaic of holistic projects sows the seeds of long-lasting abundance, for people and forests, in some of the most critical places on Earth for biodiversity and climate.

Why Rainforest Partnership?

We create high-impact, low-cost, people-powered solutions, targeting root causes of deforestation, both locally and globally. 

Hyper-focused on impact, rooted in trust relationships and respect, bolstered by authentic partnership at both the community and global scales. Honest, transparent, collaborative to our core--in one word, Rainforest Partnership is what we are all looking for in climate solutions and conservation: real. 

Real results. Real change for people on the ground. Real opportunities for anyone and everyone around the world to play their most strategic role. Real hope and real action you can see, taste, touch, and be a part of. 

Scroll to discover some of our successes from 2020:

Image from the rainforest.

1,324,485 acres of rainforest conserved and better protected

Partnerships on the ground: 

6 indigenous and many more local communities
5 protected areas
3 regional governments in Peru

Bridge in Peru.
Man standing by a river in the rainforest.

550,612 people directly involved and impacted in our on-the-ground work

Our unique approach

The survival of the world's rainforests is dependent on our actions as a global community.

From discovering new species in little-explored areas of the Tropical Andes to crafting strong conservation policy alongside regional governments, to supporting community-led agroforestry or handicrafts enterprises to build economic resilience, to supporting land titling for local and indigenous people, our fascinating, tangible, meaningful work on the ground creates real results for forests and communities, local and global alike. 

We are guided by these foundational pillars to create abundance for the communities, our partners, and the world.

UN Sustainable Development Goals

We design our projects to be resilient, forward-thinking, and grounded both in local leadership and in global strategy on forest protection, climate mitigation, biodiversity conservation, and the development of just and
sustainable economies. 

These are the UN SDGs that our work fulfills.

No poverty UN Sustainable Development Goal.Gender equality UN Sustainable Development Goal.Reduced inequalities UN Sustainable Development Goal.Sustainable cities and communities UN Sustainable Development Goal.Responsible consumption and production UN Sustainable Development Goal.Climate action UN Sustainable Development Goal.Life on land UN Sustainable Development Goal.Peace, justice and strong institutions UN Sustainable Development Goal.Partnership for the goals UN Sustainable Development Goal.
No poverty UN Sustainable Development Goal.Gender equality UN Sustainable Development Goal.Reduced inequalities UN Sustainable Development Goal.Sustainable cities and communities UN Sustainable Development Goal.Responsible consumption and production UN Sustainable Development Goal.
No poverty UN Sustainable Development Goal.Gender equality UN Sustainable Development Goal.Reduced inequalities UN Sustainable Development Goal.Sustainable cities and communities UN Sustainable Development Goal.Responsible consumption and production UN Sustainable Development Goal.
Climate action UN Sustainable Development Goal.Life on land UN Sustainable Development Goal.Peace, justice and strong institutions UN Sustainable Development Goal.Partnership for the goals UN Sustainable Development Goal.
Climate action UN Sustainable Development Goal.Life on land UN Sustainable Development Goal.Peace, justice and strong institutions UN Sustainable Development Goal.Partnership for the goals UN Sustainable Development Goal.
Climate action UN Sustainable Development Goal.Life on land UN Sustainable Development Goal.

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Our unique approach

The survival of the world's rainforests is dependent on our actions as a global community.

From discovering new species in little-explored areas of the Tropical Andes to crafting strong conservation policy alongside regional governments, to supporting community-led agroforestry or handicrafts enterprises to build economic resilience, to supporting land titling for local and indigenous people, our fascinating, tangible, meaningful work on the ground creates real results for forests and communities, local and global alike. 

We are guided by these foundational pillars to create abundance for the communities, our partners, and the world.