SUPPORT YOUTH CLIMATE ACTION

Help us empower a new generation of leaders 

through a global network devoted to solving the climate crisis!


WHY DONATE FOR YCL?


To avoid the worst effects of the climate crisis, we will need to make a transition never seen before. It is essential to continue to train people who will lead this process. Delivering results and reaching the ambitious numbers we aim for in the coming years requires resources. Human, financial and material. To train more than a million young people by 2030, we will need a lot of support! 

Therefore we invite you to financially support ycl to help us in the following activities:


- maintenance and expansion of our team dedicated to the organization of Learning Journeys, mobilization of the Network and promotion of professional opportunities, as well as expansion and management of partnerships with organizations that will offer professional placement for fellows.


- Scholarships to our learning journeys, guaranteeing the diversity of the Network and enabling the participation of more black, indigenous, low-income youth, as well as youth from developing countries. We are proud to have provided scholarships to moe than 40% of our YCL fellows.


- Development of our Scaling Plan, that includes expansion to other countries, development of the YCL Local Hubs, and initiatives such as The Day of the Climate Professional.


On behalf our the YCL Team we thank you for your attention and interest in sponsoring new climate careers!


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Jamie Kranberg

Boa sorte and mahalo for all the dedication this team has to keeping the future hopeful for all earth’s creatures.

Juliana Fukuda | R$20

Com entusiasmo e coragem, vamos!

Luciano Frontelle

Susan Peirce | $100

This is a donation in memory of Beau Biehl Peirce, from Susan Peirce and David Freedman.