The reality is harsh: unless we protect Africa's natural resources and biodiversity, they will be exploited to the point of devastation. The continent will neither be able to feed its people nor develop those resources it has left.

But all is not lost.

It is the support of people like you that gives us the courage and the resources to take on the goliaths in our society who would otherwise get away with what they are doing.

Greenpeace Africa has harnessed the power of the individual to take this on by turning small regular gifts to Greenpeace Africa into campaigns which will, with continued energy and effort, and growing number of supporters, continue to challenge and change this landscape.

We do not take money from governments or corporations and rely on people like you to make our work possible.

We have three main campaigns in Africa: tackling climate change, stopping the looting of the continent's oceans and saving the rainforests.

Within those campaigns, it's possible to donate to specific projects like the Green Consumer Guides, saving Senegal's iconic fish species, the Thiof, and stopping Herakles Farms' forest-destroying palm oil plantation in Cameroon.

Here are some additional ideas if you'd like to get more involved!



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    David Barnard

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    Michael OBrien-Onyeka

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    Rayno du Buisson

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    Gerald Muchiri

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    Liezl van Rooyen

    R150 raised

7 Fundraiser projects


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Fundraiser projects

7 Fundraiser projects

Save the Environment with Greenpeace

By Gerald Muchiri

I am interested in raising funds for Greenpeace because I am extremely passionate about the envir...

100% Completed
R200 raised
R200 Target

Living green

By Rayno du Buisson

Our daughters primary schools' growing in green this year, creating awareness of living the green...

100% Completed
R1,500 raised
R500 Target

The Barnard Solar Project - Last Desert Race 2014

By David Barnard

The Last Desert Race, 250km through the snow of Antarctica, was held fro 4-8 November 2014. Runn...

98.1% Completed
R29,430 raised
R30,000 Target

Love my planet

By Liezl van Rooyen

I look at the projects and I wish I could give enough to meet all the goals, unfortunately althou...

37.5% Completed
R150 raised
R400 Target