CauseTee and TWP Partner to Raise Funds for High Park Fire Restoration

These Cause Tees will be funding TWP’s restoration efforts in the areas destroyed by the recent Colorado wildfires. With partners Wildlands Restoration Volunteers and Colorado Conservation Exchange, Trees, Water & People is leading the coalition of organizations that, together with your support, will be able to replant over 85,000 acres damaged by the wildfires.

Don’t miss your chance to get one of these limited edition Cause Tees! Visit to order yours today.

Earth Day Challenge!

Earth Day Challenge 2012

Show your love for Mother Earth and support community tree planting projects in Central America!

For every dollar you donate, we will plant a tree in one of our community-led nurseries. When the seedlings are ready for planting, families in surrounding communities will receive the trees to plant around their homes, providing nutritious sources of fruit, nuts, and coffee. We will also plant trees in protected areas of Central America, supporting soil conservation and watershed health in some of the most deforested regions of the world. Love your Mother; plant trees today!

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Thanks for Your Support at the 2nd Annual Rhythms for the Planet!

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Wow! We couldn’t have asked for a better turnout at this year’s Rhythms for the Planet fundraiser. Thank you so much to everyone who came out to support Trees, Water & People’s work; we couldn’t do this work without your generosity.

We would like to send some special thank yous out to our volunteers, interns, and sponsors who donated time, money, and in-kind donations to the event. We are always humbled by the outpouring of support from the Fort Collins business community and this year is no exception to that sentiment.

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Give Where You Live on December 6th!

Support Trees, Water & People on the second annual Colorado Gives Day! On December 6, 2011, Colorado citizens will come together again to raise millions of dollars for nonprofits like ours. Last year, the goal to raise $1 million for Colorado charities was exceeded—$8.7 million was distributed instead!
Presented once again by Community First Foundation and FirstBank, Colorado Gives Day asks you to give to your favorite charities through the website, an online giving resource featuring all of the nonprofits participating in Colorado Gives Day. On this website we share our goals,
accomplishments and much more to help you be informed.
• 100 percent of your donation will come to us when you give through
• When you give online any time on December 6, the value of your donation will be increased by the FirstBank Incentive Fund.
• Help us win cash prizes! We have a chance to win $1,000 Bonus Bucks and $5,000 High Five cash prizes when you remember us on Colorado Gives Day.

Donate online at any time over the 24 hour period of December 6 to give where you live!

“Native Rhythms for Native Energy” to Support Renewables on Tribal Lands

You are invited!

Please join us for a night of cultural exchange and education to support Trees, Water & People’s Tribal Renewable Energy Program.

When: Thursday, September 15th

Where: Global Village Museum
200 W. Mountain Ave.
Fort Collins, CO

Cost: $10 suggested donation

Upcoming Event: “Faces of Haiti” at the Global Village Museum

Don’t miss this unique event: A special fundraiser for Haiti! Learn about Trees, Water & People’s development work in Haiti and enjoy a wonderful Haitian art and photography exhibit. All proceeds will support TWP’s clean cookstove program in Haiti.

Can’t make the event but still want to support clean cookstoves in Haiti? Click here to make a donation to this project!

Help Raise Funds for Straw Bale Homes on the Pine Ridge Reservation

The Pine Ridge Reservation, home to the Oglala Lakota, has a major housing crisis. It is common place to have Lakota families living in conditions of extreme overcrowding, with 3 to 4 families inhabiting one three-bedroom home. Many of the families have no electricity, telephone, running water, or sewage systems; and many use wood stoves to heat their homes, depleting limited wood resources. The Lakota people are living in third world conditions, right in our own backyard!

Straw bale Home + Solar Heat = Sustainability

In partnership with Henry Red Cloud, Pine Ridge resident and owner of Lakota Solar Enterprises, we are working to bring sustainable housing solutions to reservation communities and we need your help!  We will begin by constructing a straw bale demonstration site at the Red Cloud Renewable Energy Center (RCREC), complete with solar heating and lighting. This demonstration site will be a place to conduct workshops, share knowledge, and pass on green building skills throughout Indian Country.  This will be the beginning of a long-term project to bring 600 straw bale houses to the Pine Ridge Reservation, providing families with dignified living conditions that every human being deserves.  Please join us in this effort and consider a donation to this important fundraiser.

How can you help? Make a donation, share this with a friend, donate your birthday (click here to learn how), join us for a FREE straw bale home workshop on Pine Ridge.

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