500 Stoves for Guatemala

500 Stoves for Guatemala

Every gift we receive will be matched dollar for dollar up to $15,000, making your gift go twice as far to help Guatemalan familes.


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A rapidly changing climate puts stress on our shared environment and our economies. For many of the communities we work with, adapting to climate change is critical to improving livelihoods.

At Trees, Water & People, we design conservation projects throughout Latin America and on U.S. Tribal Lands with one question in mind: How can we improve the environment while creating economic opportunity for local people?


Environmental Conservation

We believe that natural resources are best protected when local people play an active role in their care and management.


Job Skills & Economic Security

Conservation can, and should, improve the livelihoods of local people. We use an enterprise approach to natural resource management to create jobs and protect the environment for future generations.


Healthy Families & Communities

Protecting the environment also improves human health. We are dedicated to implementing projects that create healthy families and communities.

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All of our partners are vital to building our programs, and we are grateful to each one for their contributions.

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We are dedicated to transparency and accountability and strive to be responsible with every gift that we receive.

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Our volunteers and interns help make a difference in the communities we serve.

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