YOU can help make a difference

Fundraising for Greenpeace is one of the best ways to help our organization. You can raise much-needed funds that fuel Greenpeace campaigns, and you get to meet new friends and share awesome experiences along the way.

There are so many things you can do to raise money for Greenpeace. You’re only bound by the limits of your imagination and of course a few guidelines from us! But these aside, it’s your chance to do what you want and have some fun. Whether it’s a bake sale, garage sale, fun run, or something completely different, the possibilities are endless—and it’s all for a good cause.

Get started TODAY

It’s as simple as 1-2-3:

  1. Download the Greenpeace Community Fundraising Guide and start planning some fun activities. Don’t forget to sign a copy of our fundraising agreement form before you start!
  2. Get your family, friends and contacts involved in your big day. If you’re asking for individual donations as a way of raising funds, please use this sponsorship form.
  3. Once you’ve had some fun, you’ll want to send the money you raised to us. This pay-in form will help you do it.

Let us know your plans

We’d love to know all about your plans, ideas and what you’re hoping to achieve. Please complete the fundraiser registration form and let us know.

We’re here to help

If you need some help, call or email our resident community fundraiser Kristina Hernandez. You can find her at or by calling (02) 332-1807 Loc. 106. We may not be able to help you set up your activity but we can provide advice and support along the way.

Greenpeace is financially independent from corporations and governments. What does this mean? Our work is made possible solely through individual donations. Greenpeace campaigns go on because of people, like yourself, who’ve decided to make the choice to make a difference for our planet.

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Moving Green Towards A Green Direction

Blog entry by AJ de Guzman | May 17, 2013

What was it like organizing a fundraising activity for Greenpeace? Well, at first it seemed impossible: we had no prior experience with this type of event organizing and very limited resources. We didn’t know where to start; we...

What did you do once you knew? An Earth Day reflection

Blog entry by Jenny Tuazon | April 22, 2013

"It is a wholesome and necessary thing for us to turn again to the earth and in the contemplation of her beauties to know the sense of wonder and humility." —Rachel Carson Today more than 175 countries observe Earth Day, which...

Popsicles For The Planet

Blog entry by Marnie Dolera | June 29, 2012 4 comments

Who would have thought that popsicles, those favourite childhood summer treats, would help three children save the world? If you’d said that to us a few weeks ago, we would have scoffed and laughed at the very idea, but we’re not...

Life on Earth is inconceivable without trees

Blog entry by Chuck Baclagon | February 9, 2012

Many of us are familiar with the catchphrase "what happens in Boracay stays in Boracay." Besides the issue of environmental degradation of that island, we believe the same could also apply to Baguio, which has been dubbed as the...

Our Thin Sky: Arctic Ozone Hole Discovered

Blog entry by Kert Davies | October 4, 2011

An  ozone hole opened up this past spring over the Arctic. Not good. While we have had thinning before, this is new.  This isn't breaking news - it was in  April - but an international team of scientists just had their study...

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