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Making a charitable donation in someone's name is a thoughtful (and tax-deductible!) gift idea, especially when the charity has a special meaning for the gift recipient. This season of giving, consider supporting some organizations that do good work towards making our world healthier and more sustainable.


Making a charitable donation in someone's name is a thoughtful (and tax-deductible!) gift idea, especially when the charity has a special meaning for the gift recipient. This season of giving, consider supporting some organizations that do good work towards making our world healthier and more sustainable.

American Community Garden Association: The AGCA supports community gardens across the country. Community gardens improve the quality of life for people who garden in it, provide food for neighbors and local food banks, beautify neighborhoods, and so much more. Donate to AGCA to support the growth of new community gardens in neighborhoods that need them.

Earth Island Institute: Earth Island supports a wide variety of environmental initiatives, ranging from saving the wetlands to creating sustainable farms for the world's hungry. Non-profit support benefits Baikal Watch, Energy Action, Ethical Traveler, Fiji Organic Project, International Marine Mammal Project, Reef Protection International, Sacred Land Film Project, and Women’s Earth Alliance, among others. Donate at earthisland.org.

Farm Aid: For 26 years, Farm Aid has been supporting family farmers and local farmer's markets. During the month of December, every donation will be matched dollar-for-dollar by an generous donor.

4-H: This youth development program teaches the next generation skills in citizenship, technology and healthy living. There are a vast number of programs available for youth, including programs that prepare kids for careers in agriculture. Learn more and donate at 4-h.org.

There are also hundreds of local organizations that support gardening and sustainability. Look for one in your area!

 

 
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