A hands-on learning program designed to connect students with the natural world and their place in it, the SEED Project takes a holistic approach in addressing ecological awareness and sustainability, including topics such as self-identity, food systems, biodiversity, and systems thinking.LEARN MORE
HEAL THE PLANET DAY
Heal the Planet Day is a yearly event that celebrates Earth Day by bringing together the South Florida community for a day of fun, family-friendly activities. The focus is on small, local acts that have a huge, global impact. The next Heal the Planet Day will be on April 21, 2019!Learn More
Here at Heal the Planet we believe that only by working together will we be able to nourish what is best in each of us. Part of our mission is to inspire and support community leaders and paradigm changers. We welcome volunteers and great ideas to help make this a reality!Learn More
Amazon Purchase = Donation
Do your normal Amazon shopping on Amazon Smile and they will donate to Heal The Planet Together for each purchase! Just click here to set us as your preferred non-profit, and remember to use the Amazon Smile link to access your account when you go to make a purchase to have it count as a donation. Shop like normal, and Amazon donates on your behalf!
To create innovative education, partnerships, and community programming aimed at inspiring a generation of leaders empowered to Heal the Planet.
Empower and inspire individual and community actions for a sustainable and loving planet.
We believe inside of everyone is a seed waiting to be nourished that will grow into that person’s highest potential and greatest gift to the world.
WHO WE ARE
Heal the Planet is committed to real & lasting healing for the planet and all it’s inhabitants through education, action, and small acts that create huge positive impact.
WHAT WE DO
We actively engage communities in sustainable lifestyle events and education and we provide support and services to change-makers, creative thinkers, and entrepreneurs.
100 THINGS YOU CAN DO TO HEAL THE PLANET
We human beings are creatures of habit and Mother Earth is giving us serious feedback that our current behavior and habits are not sustainable. Below is the start of a list of 100 things you can do to reduce your carbon footprint and Heal the Planet. Will you help us reach 100? In the comments please leave ideas about how YOU help to heal the planet!
Looking for even more ways to help reduce your carbon footprint and Heal the Planet? Check out ways you can get involved with Heal the Planet here!
Your generous contributions allow us to continue to share life-altering information and experiences with children of all ages. Any amount you choose to donate will go a long way to help Heal the Planet. Find out more about how your donation can help here.
If you wish to donate to a specific program or event such as the SEED Project, Amazing Kids, Amazing Planet, or Heal the Planet Day please specify that in the notes section of the donation. If you are interested in higher level sponsorships for any of our events please contact our Executive Director, Rachel Shapiro at: Rachel@HealThePlanet.com.
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