Greenpeace is an international non-governmental organisation focussed on promoting environmentalism and peace.
Greenpeace was founded in 1971 by a small group who set sail off the coast of Alaska to try and stop a US nuclear weapons test. Today, Greenpeace continues to use direct action to bring public attention to a wide range of environmental issues such as deforestation, sustainable fishing and plastic pollution.
How You Can Help
Please note: The following information directs visitors to Greenpeace UK site. If you are based elsewhere, visit the Global Greenpeace portal to select your location and see giving options customised for your area.
Sign one of Greenpeace’s active petitions here, or join or start a local Greenpeace volunteering group. You can also volunteer with the group’s Political Lobbying Network, building relationships with MPs and other politicians to urge for environmental issues to be on their agendas.
Greenpeace train volunteer speakers to deliver talks on environmental issues in a range of audiences such as schools, businesses or community groups. If you have relevant experience and think you could be a speaker, visit this page to learn more.
Please note: The following information directs visitors to the Greenpeace UK site. If you are based elsewhere, visit the Global Greenpeace portal to select your location and see giving options customised for your area.
Donate to Greenpeace, either on a monthly basis or as a one-off gift. You can also organise a fundraiser, arrange to leave a gift in your will, or donate in memory of someone else.
Major philanthropic donations can also be made here.
Find out more: Visit https://www.greenpeace.org.uk/ for the UK website or https://www.greenpeace.org/international/ for the international page.
(This information was updated 06/08/21 and will be checked regularly by the Do Something Directory team. If you notice any mistakes, please let us know.)