They were fine before us, now they need us.

The world needs your help. Join Rainforest Partnership as we partner with rainforest communities on the ground to fight deforestation, protect the biosphere, and save our future.

Take Action. Protect the Amazon. You can help.

860,000 Acres of Forest

14,000 Lives Enriched

4 Partner Communities

2 Countries

Why we fight.

Every year, millions of trees are cut from our rainforests to extract oil and raise cattle to make money. These trees are essential for the air we all breathe. The burning of these trees alone contributes to over 15% of greenhouse gasses each year. We fight for something better.

How we make an impact.

We work hand-in-hand with the indigenous communities who have called the rainforest home for millennia. These communities need sustainable micro-economies to resist deforestation by outside interests. We’re their partners in this. Together we protect the forest.

Become a Volunteer

We value our volunteers and interns, because they offer their diverse talents and passion for our mission to increase our positive impact in tropical rainforest protection.  At any given time, we have a diverse group of volunteers working alongside our staff as critical members of the Rainforest Partnership team.

Become a Donor

Donations are the fuel that keep Rainforest Partnership alive. Your contributions — both large and small — have direct impact on the trees. Through your support, we are able to help rainforest communities avoid deforestation.

Let’s save the planet together.

Stand with us for the future of our planet

As we at Rainforest Partnership watched the announcement of the US decision to pull out of the Paris Agreement, we felt deeply saddened, but resolute in our commitment to protect both our forests and our planet. We need to act now to protect our rainforests if we want to tackle climate change while the world is shifting to a low carbon economy.

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