We did it, Us, the international community of rainforest activists HAS SAVED 300 ACRES IN 60 DAYS! We have raised over $95,000 with the Amazanga community so that they may continue to be guardians of the Earth for all of us. Thank you everyone for your support! We couldn’t have done it without the donations from Japan, Israel, Switzerland, Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, Hawaii, Washington, California, Arizona, and many more!
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(the trees on this map represent donors who have given $50 or more – zoom in and see who has helped! Donations still accepted – Add yourself by donating $50 or more!)
We are raising awareness of the threat of encroachment on indigenous people by oil, logging, and gold mining developers.
Our Goal Was: Save 300 Acres of the Northern Amazon rainforest with the Amazanga people, and bridge global communities through their knowledge, culture, and spirituality. We had until May 5th to raise $73,000.
We’ve partnered with non-profit Natural Villages to offer tax deductible donations.
Meet Flavio Santi in this short interview from acclaimed documentary film director Denise Zmekhol (of Children of the Amazon). He’s the one who inspired this whole mission..
Seen Avatar? Play Farmville on Facebook? Well – this is the real deal. Your donation to the 300 Acres project can help save ancient lands and cultivate real opportunities for future generations. You, me, and Us are a collective action movement to help our neighbors in Ecuador.
Your donation will go towards..
- Securing 300 acres of pristine rainforest
- Helping the Amazanga people build out their school of natural medicine
Want to know why we started 300 Acres and what’s at stake? Peep the Our Story page to learn how Founder Natalie Villalobos met the inspiring Flavio Santi of the Amazanga people.