- Rainforest Concern exists to protect threatened natural habitats and biodiversity, as well as the indigenous people who still depend on them for survival.
- Established in 1993, the charity currently runs 16 rainforest conservation projects in Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Colombia, Brazil, Romania, Costa Rica and India.
- Rainforest Concern acquires land in the name of local communities/ local Non-Government Organisation’s in order to keep the community involved, as well as educated on how land can be used effectively without being destroyed.
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Learn more about Rainforest Concern
With a mission to combat deforestation, biodiversity loss, and the impacts of climate change, Rainforest Concern engages in vital conservation efforts. The charity actively collaborates with local communities, governments, and other stakeholders to establish and manage protected areas, ensuring the sustainable management of precious ecosystems. Rainforest Concern also focuses on raising awareness about the importance of rainforests and their role in maintaining global ecological balance. By implementing strategic projects, supporting scientific research, and advocating for policy changes, the organisation strives to safeguard the diverse flora and fauna that inhabit these critical ecosystems.
How they support: Conservation and Collaboration
Through collaborative efforts with indigenous populations and local stakeholders, the charity promotes sustainable practices that ensure the well-being of both the environment and its inhabitants. Rainforest Concern invests in community development projects, providing training and resources to empower individuals in sustainable livelihoods such as agroforestry or eco-tourism. By involving communities in the conservation process, the charity fosters a sense of ownership and responsibility, encouraging a harmonious coexistence between people and the rainforest. Additionally, Rainforest Concern engages in educational programs, raising awareness about the importance of preserving these vital ecosystems and promoting environmental stewardship among local populations.
Ways you can help: Donate monthly
If you’re able to donate monthly, here’s what your donation would cover:
- £5: This would allow you to become a Member of Rainforest Concern and sponsor one acre per year
- £10: This would sponsor two acres of land a year
- £25: This would sponsor six acres of land a year
Other ways you can help: Run a marathon
Individuals eager to champion the cause of Rainforest Concern can actively support the charity by participating in either the Bath Half Marathon or the TCS London Marathon. By undertaking the challenge of these iconic races, participants are able to raise crucial funds for Rainforest Concern's conservation efforts. Through dedicated fundraising and sponsorship initiatives, runners can generate financial support that directly aids the organisation in its mission to preserve and protect vital rainforest ecosystems.
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