EarthShare California

Contact person: Pat Smith, Executive Director
Phone Number: 323.725.9404
Email: pat.smith@earthshareca.org
Our Member Organizations:
EarthShare California
P.O. Box 3949
Montebello, CA 90640
Website: earthshare.org
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EarthShare California
African Wildlife Foundation
Alaska Conservation Foundation
Alliance to Save Energy
Amazon Conservation Association
Amazon Conservation Team
American Bird Conservancy
American Farmland Trust
American Forests
American Rivers
American Solar Energy Society
Anza-Borrego Foundation
As You Sow
Bat Conservation International
Bay Area Ridge Trail Council
Beyond Pesticides
Born Free USA
Butte Environmental Council
California Native Plant Society
Californians Against Waste Foundation
Carbonfund.org Foundation
Children's Environmental Health Network
City Parks Alliance
Clean Water Fund
Clean Water Fund of California
Conservation International
Defenders of Wildlife
Desert Tortoise Preserve Committee
Earth Day Network
Earth Island Institute
EARTH University Foundation
Earthjustice
Earthworks
EcoLogic Development Fund
Ecology Center
Education Outside
Environmental and Energy Study Institute
Environmental Charter Schools
Environmental Defense Fund
Environmental Integrity Project
Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide
Environmental Law Institute
Food & Water Watch
Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics
Forest Stewardship Council - US
Friends of the Earth
Friends of the National Zoo
Friends of the River Foundation
Galapagos Conservancy
Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy
Green America
Green Corps, Inc.
Greenbelt Alliance
HawkWatch International
Heal The Bay
Institute for Transportation & Development Policy
Izaak Walton League of America
Jane Goodall Institute for Wildlife Research, Education, and Conservation
Land Trust Alliance
League of Conservation Voters Education Fund
Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics
Marin Agricultural Land Trust
Marin Conservation League
Mountain Lion Foundation
National Aquarium
National Audubon Society
National Environmental Education Foundation
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
National Forest Foundation
National Parks Conservation Association
National Wildlife Federation
Natural Resources Defense Council
NatureServe
Ocean Conservancy
Oceana
Organic Farming Research Foundation
Our City Forest
Pacific Environment
Physicians for Social Responsibility
Placer Land Trust
Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, California Chapter
Rainforest Alliance
Restore America's Estuaries
River Network
Rocky Mountain Institute
Sacramento Tree Foundation
San Diego Coastkeeper
San Francisco Baykeeper
San Gorgonio Wilderness Association
San Jose Conservation Corps
Save the Bay
Scenic America
Surfrider Foundation
Sustainable Harvest International
The Conservation Fund
The Jane Goodall Institute for Wildlife Research, Education and Conservation
The Nature Conservancy of California
The Peregrine Fund
The Regeneration Project
The Sierra Club Foundation
The Trust for Public Land
The Wilderness Society
Union of Concerned Scientists
Urban Corps of San Diego County
Wild Dolphin Project
Wildlife Conservation Society
Wildlife Habitat Council
World Resources Institute
World Wildlife Fund
Xerces Society
Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative
EarthShare California (ESCA) is a network of over one hundred leading environmental groups who share our mission of protecting and improving California’s natural heritage of clean air, safe water, diverse wildlife, and healthy communities. We are working together to enhance environmental education and empower individuals through volunteerism. With over two hundred corporate and public employer partnerships, ESCA increases employees’ involvement in their communities and raises funds through employee charitable giving. These funds go directly to our member groups, helping them continue fighting for our environment, creating volunteer opportunities,and providing critical services for our local community.

Website: www.earthshareca.org
EarthShare California is focused on solving environmental issues such as climate
change, energy, water conservation, environmental education and social justice to
ensure a healthy environment and quality of like for current and future generations.

EarthShare California is committed to the belief that our environment is precious and
worth protecting for our quality of life today and for the health of generations to come.
We are a federation of leading environmental organizations, both local and national in
scope, working together to raise needed funds through workplace fundraising, and
donors like you.

What You Can Do To Help

•Sign up today for payroll deduction or give generously through your one time gift
•Volunteer your time with a local environmental group
•Encourage a colleague or friend get involved and support a group of their choice

Through EarthShare California you can choose to give to your favorite environmental
organizations within our membership, give to one of our impact funds, or you
can make a donation to EarthShare California itself. Your one time gift or your on-
going gift through payroll deduction donation to EarthShare California will then be
distributed to our member groups and will be used to help preserve and reverse climate
change.

Our Iissue Funds Funds

Children’s Health Fund
Climate Change & Energy Technology Fund
Environmental Education & Research Fund
Forest, Parks, & Land Conservation Fund
Human Health & Food Resources Fund
Water Solutions Fund
Wildlife Protection Fund
Issue funds enable donors to personalize their giving by focusing on a specific issue that matters most to them. EarthShare California Issue Funds unite vetted nonprofit member organizations into topical issue areas based on their program scope and missions. This means that donations to an issue fund support both local and national EarthShare California organizations that are having the most impact on that issue.
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