Be the foundation of our work

Become a sustainable major donor of the Pachamama Alliance with a 5-year commitment of $1000 or more. Your ongoing gift supports our mission year after year.

Join a Giving Community

Choose from two five-year giving programs where you can commit to directing your resources toward sustainability, justice and a thriving future for all life on Earth.

Stewardship Circle

Stewardship Circle

Members commit to giving $5,000 or more annually.
Vision Keeper

Vision Keeper

Members commit to giving gifts between $1,000 and $4,999 annually.

A Unique Partnership

Pachamama Alliance is unique: we were founded in response to the Achuar people’s request for allies in the global North who would work to change the behaviors and beliefs of modern society that threaten our collective existence.

Your support, like our work, exists only by virtue of this sacred request; together, we honor the promise we made to the Achuar over twenty years ago to work in partnership for the preservation of life itself.

Align your resources with your deepest values

Taking a powerful stand for the future is possible regardless of financial circumstances. Money is a conduit for intentions rather than just a reflection of wealth or status.

3 Toxic Money Myths

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    There is not enough
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    More is better
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    That's just the way it is, and there’s nothing you can do about it

Become a Vision Keeper

Hold the vision of a new future for humanity. As a Vision Keeper, you embody your commitment with a five-year pledge, carrying it forward to future generations.

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Vision Keeper Impact Since 2016

  • Global Commons community
    Launched and grew our Global Commons online community, connecting members from over 100 countries
  • Educational Programs delivery
    Delivered our transformational educational programs in over 120 countries in 18 languages by over 7,540 volunteer facilitators
  • Pachamama Alliance commmunity map
    Established and supported Pachamama Alliance Communities in 65 countries
  • Ikiama Nukuri group
    Served over 1,200 indigenous women (and counting) through Ikiama Nukuri, a maternal and newborn health program, more than 72 Acuar communities and 60 Shuar communities.
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My Vision Keeper commitment allows me to engage all parts of me—my head, heart/spirit, and action—for the purpose we’re all committed to: achieving a sustainable world.
Deborah Stern
Deborah Stern
Vision Keeper since 2016
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It’s my privilege as a Stewardship Circle member to directly support the Achuar and other Ecuadorian tribes protecting and preserving the spirit of all life. I believe our future is inextricably bound up with their future.
Molly Reno
Molly Reno
Stewardship Circle member since 2017
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Going to the rainforest with Pachamama Alliance demonstrated the depth of commitment that the organization has towards its mission. I knew then that I wanted to support their (our) work for the rest of my life, and that it is a joy to do so.
Gary Abreim
Gary Abreim
Vision Keeper since 2019

Become a Stewardship Circle Member

As a Stewardship Circle member, you join a community dedicated to the long-term protection of the Amazon rainforest. You understand that what happens to the Amazon happens to all of us.

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Stewardship Circle Impact Since 2000

  • 8 million acres preserved
    Supported the protection of 85 million acres of rainforest in the Sacred Headwaters region of the Amazon in Ecuador and Peru.
  • Mapping Shuar, Achuar, and Shiwiar territory
    The Achuar, Shuar, and Shiwiar people mapped their territory and gained legal title to their land
  • Pachamama Alliance Journeys
    Guided groups of people on Pachamama Alliance Journeys to the Ecuadorian rainforest for over 20 years
  • Pachamama transformational programs
    In response to the challenging times of 2020, we developed a suite of workshops, webinars and discussions aimed at staying connected to one another and staying focused on a regenerative vision for the future. It reached over 10,000 people.