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Your donation makes a difference

Local communities are the heart of our organisation. For 50 years we've supported groups all over the country in stopping climate-wrecking projects and making their communities better for both people and planet.

With your donation, we can continue to support vital work in communities.

  • £15 could provide groups with resources to share in their communities, such as how-to guides, posters, leaflets and much more.
  • £30 could help provide a variety of training sessions for groups on public speaking and influencing local decision-makers.
  • £50 could help community groups to run their own campaigns and events.

The power of community

Our groups are made up of local heroes driving change from within their communities.

And in all honesty, their incredible work is the real reason behind our success. Whether that's protecting areas of natural beauty like the Gwent Levels from new motorways or campaigning against climate-wrecking projects like coal mines in Northumberland with the Save Druridge group.

But we can't stop now. We need more people power. By supporting us today, you'll be empowering these local heroes to achieve even more to halt the climate crisis.

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Decades of impact

Together, our incredible network has achieved multiple victories in their local communities, including:

✔️ Stopped fracking at Preston New Road and Roseacre (as part of a wider successful campaign to stop fracking altogether in England)

✔️ Protecting Oxfordshire wetland from a new motorway (twice!).

✔️ Helping the town of Merthyr Tydfil in Wales stop a new coal mine

✔️ Sparing Hull from a giant new waste incinerator in the city

Help power our network with a donation today. Your gift will help us continue to support our community groups in the fight for a greener and fairer future for everyone.

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