Support a new generation of Eco Warriors in South Africa - just R350 / $30 / €20 sponsors one child for a year.

Around the world there is a growing awareness of climate change, environmental destruction, and the increasing need for action to reduce our footprint and better care for the natural world. 

Our Eco Warrior Clubs were created in response to these challenges. Our aim is first to inspire the youth to fall in love with the environment so that they will be motivated to care for and protect it. In addition we aim to give children the practical skills to do so and the belief that even at a young age, they can make a positive difference! 

The Earthchild Project is a Non-Profit Organisation operating in disadvantaged schools in Cape Town, South Africa. Working with children and teachers our educational programmes focus on the environment, health and life-skills. We teach practical skills such as yoga, mindfulness & organic gardening to over 3500 children and 300 teachers. Earthchild Project aims to inspire a new generation of healthy, confident and conscious young leaders.

Take a look at the work we do.

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    Emma and Hannah Lea

    R20,002 raised

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    Yageshree Moodley

    R8,200 raised

2 Fundraiser projects


  1. Sandra Kaminski

    12 January

  2. Ines Rüthrich

    5 January

  3. Danny Datnow

    31 December 2019

86 Donations

Fundraiser projects

2 Fundraiser projects

Learn2Learn - Run and Ride 11k for Earthchild Project

By Emma and Hannah Lea

We are doing an entrepreneurship project this year and hope to raise money and awareness for Eart...

100% Completed
R20,002 raised
R2,000 Target

Climbing Kili to give 1000 hikes

By Yageshree Moodley

I summitted Mount Kilimanjaro in July 2016. I am sharing this experience to help children conquer...

5.46666666666667% Completed
R8,200 raised
R150,000 Target