Crowdfunding the Earth ™
  • Communities supporting communities.

  • Communities supporting communities.

  • Communities supporting communities.

We have power in numbers.

Composed of 4 communities ONDALINDA , Mayan Warrior, MAXA and SACBE coming together to support vetted community projects while expanding awareness on how to take action.



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  • Supporting communities on the ground.

  • Supporting communities on the ground.

  • Supporting communities on the ground.

Supporting communities on the ground.

Indigenous Peoples

It is of the utmost importance to our communities and the evolution of humanity to safeguard, cultivate and shed light on the great wisdom of indigenous people.

40% of the drugs behind the pharmacist’s counter in the Western world are derived from plants that people have used for centuries.

source: USDA

Ocean Conservation

The Ocean is the source of all life on earth. We are committed to supporting initiatives that limit human impact, restore marine ecosystems and preserve vulnerable coastlines.

Oceans absorb about 30% of carbon dioxide produced by humans, buffering the impacts of global warming today.


Land Conservation

Land conservation and proactive sustainable development are important for maintaining the health and viability of our natural resources and communities. Finding projects that consider the long-term environmental, social, and economic impacts of development, while protecting and preserving vulnerable territories are elemental to our mission of regeneration

Forests provide goods and services, employment, and income to perhaps 2.5 billion people worldwide; that’s around one third of the global population.

source: U.N. NEWS

  • 100% of your donations go to the projects.

  • 100% of your donations go to the projects.

  • 100% of your donations go to the projects.

Projects that make a difference.


Huni Kuin Tribe

Check out one of our projects.

The Huni Kuin coexist in harmony with the rainforest and its wildlife, they are the frontline gatekeepers of the Amazon.

Their habitat is threatened by deforestation and political issues

Disconnecting them from their community and traditional cultures.

We helped fund and create a center for intercultural exchange for them,

where many native youth spend a lot of their time.

This center will help to maintain their cultural values, language and spirituality.

This has encouraged youth to take pride in their culture and to be more engaged.

Cultivating indigenous traditions and knowledge is essential.

By funding this new cultural exchange center for the Txana Huya Bena Keneya of the HUNI KUIN TRIBES, we’ve allowed for these elemental teachings to remain available and accessible.

Interest from people all over the world has propelled in learning more about ancestral cultures, traditions and their innate connection to nature, both in Acre, Brazil and other indigenous communities.

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We have power in numbers

Together we can do great things and improve the health of our planet.

Everything is connected.