Green World Carbon

Mary Tsuma in a grove she planted

By offsetting your carbon footprint through Green World Campaign’s holistic programs, you are not only removing CO2 from the atmosphere. You are helping to restore degraded land, alleviate poverty, provide food security and water, and create resilience in struggling communities on the front lines of climate change. Click here to Offset your Carbon Footprint.

Plant Trees

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Your tax-deductible donation goes to plant trees in environmentally damaged areas, creating sustainable villages, restoring indigenous ecologies, and mitigating our climate crisis. In addition to its own overseas field offices, the Green World Campaign donates to carefully vetted local tree-planting charities and GWC chapters.

Our fiscal sponsor is EarthWays Foundation (, a 501[c](3) non-profit charity. (Tax Identification Number 95-4021351)

To contribute by mail:

Green World Campaign
c/o EarthWays Foundation
20178  Rockport Way
Malibu, CA 90265

To contribute by PayPal:

Contribution Amount *
$5     - 5 trees
$10   - 10 trees

$50   - 50 trees
$125 - 125 trees
$250 - 250 trees
$500 - 500 trees
Other Amount

Green World Schools in Kenya

Green World Schools in Kenya

Students in Green World Schools in Kenya are changing the world tree by tree in programs that combine eco-education with global citizenship. These programs are nurturing thousands of young global citizens who will care for the health of the land, forest, and community—and the Earth itself. It is just one of our holistic initiatives to restore degraded land and renew he ecology and economy of some of the world's poorest places. We invite you to join us in one of the great challenges and opportunities of the 21st century: to “ReGreen the World” in a single generation!



Misalimu Bakari is a shining example of the Green World Campaign School Program in Kenya. Every year, students at Mbweka Primary School take home at least two trees to plant in their homesteads. Through their partnership with the Green World Campaign, students successfully raise trees from seeds to mature organisms.