WORLDWIDE

General Support

Project Cost: $2,000,000

Funding Raised: $60,000

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70,000 acres of tropical forest are lost every day.

23M+ ACRES SAVED

Support Rainforest Trust’s Conservation Work

Rainforest Trust’s critical conservation work would be impossible without our knowledgeable and experienced staff.

No matter the job– conservation officer, database administrator, finance assistant or office manager– everyone at Rainforest Trust is focused on our mission: save critical habitat, protect endangered species, engage communities and create a healthier planet.

Since 1988, our team has worked together with our partners in the field to protect over 23.5 million acres across the globe. It takes the full collaboration of each department to achieve our ambitious conservation goals, to maintain the integrity of each project and to share our impact with the world.

Our important work saving rainforest and habitat around the world would not happen without the dedication and effort of our headquarters staff. We need your support of our headquarters operations which underpin our conservation success. Be a part of our sustainable future and give to Rainforest Trust General Support today.

HEADQUARTERS
Warrenton, Virginia on the outskirts of Washington, D.C.

WHERE DO WE WORK?
Worldwide, with projects on every continent

ACRES SAVED
23+ Million Acres

NUMBER OF STAFF
37 staff members

PARTNERS
Working with over 90 partners at local project sites all over the world

WHAT IS GENERAL SUPPORT?
General support means your gift covers the cost of our day-to-day operations. We run efficiently to keep these costs low.

“Women have an equal share in the fundamental duty to protect our planet, so it would be beneficial to have more women in positions of power to influence conservation decision-making. Striving for equal representation across these fields will help ensure that the outcomes of conservation initiatives, policies, and regulations are equitable and don’t disproportionately affect different demographics.”
– Katie Pugh, Africa Conservation Officer

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