Community Partnerships

At Heal The Planet we believe that each and every penny we spend has a great influence on what manufacturers will choose to make. We actively seek partnerships with for-profit and non-profit organizations or companies who offer healthy organic products or services that are environmentally conscious minded with a similar vision to Heal the Planet.

Our goal is to enable these companies to grow thereby increasing the access to education, healthy foods, and products meant to empower, engage and inspire people to live healthier, happier, and more meaningful lives while being accountable for our impact on the planet and all its inhabitants.

HTP can participate financially as an equity partner and 100% of Heal The Planet’s share of the net profits would be reinvested into further educational programs, charitable organizations, and strategic partnerships that will Heal the Planet for the highest good of all humanity.

On a limited basis (if required) our founder may also provide business consulting and marketing support utilizing over 40 years of business experience.



The Las Olas Sunday Market located in downtown Ft. Lauderdale strives to provide the highest quality food products and an eclectic group of other interesting and unique non-food products. 


The Education Fund’s Plant A Thousand Gardens Collaborative Nutrition Initiative (CNI) uses edible gardens as outdoor learning laboratories to instill in children the desire to eat vegetables, the knowledge to reduce intake of unhealthy foods and the love of learning in all subjects.


Impact Girls Incorporated strives to provide a healthy and positive environment where girls can appreciate being girls by providing enriching programs that nurture and develop their aptitude for personal achievement, academic excellence, and confident adulthood.


The PATCH Garden‘s mission is to create an environmentally and economically sustainable urban farming system within the community, that creates a network of secure healthy food sources of naturally grown vegetables and fruits, while providing local jobs and vocational training in the sustainable agricultural industry.

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Lean and Green Kids is an organization that works with educators and policy makers towards nutrition education that emphasizes plant-based eating; empowering kids to reach their full, beautiful and powerful potential, while creating a healthier, happier and greener world.


The Partnerships for Transforming Our Community’s Health (TOUCH) Initiative is a true collaborative effort among more than 25 community organizations and coalitions that support efforts to reduce health disparities and improve the health and well-being of the residents, commuters, and workers of Broward County.


HANDY annually serves more than 1,300 at-risk children who participate in comprehensive programs that focus on education, youth development, and economic self-sufficiency.


The Urban Farming Institute is a non-profit organization that seeks to educate and improve the health and wellness of the community through sustainable life practices.


Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) is the sixth largest public school system in the United States and the second largest in the state of Florida.


Kids In Distress (KID) mission is to prevent child abuse, preserve the family, and treat children who have been abused and neglected.


The University of Santa Monica is dedicated to Communicating the Principles and Practices of Spiritual Psychology Worldwide through the process of Soul-Centered Education.


The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee is the world’s leading Jewish humanitarian assistance organization.


Jewish Adoption and Family Care Options (JAFCO) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization established in 1992 to provide services to abused and neglected children in South Florida.


City of Hope Medical Center is a Leading Cancer Research Hospital in Los Angeles.


The Broward Center for the Performing Arts is a large multi-venue theater and entertainment complex located in the heart of downtown Fort Lauderdale, Florida.


ECHO Farms is an agricultural support agency to the world. ECHO exists to reduce hunger and improve the lives of small-scale farmers worldwide.

Interested in becoming a partner?

Are you an environmentally conscious company or organization that would like to learn more about becoming a community partner with Heal the Planet? Click below to contact us and let us know more about what you do and why you would like to partner with us!