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Just as the Planeteers unite to give Captain Planet his powers … It’s people like you that give us ours!

Donating to Captain Planet Foundation is simple, secure and quick. Your donations directly support the programs of the organization – and you can even specify if would like your donation to go to specific types of grant projects.

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This donation provides enough funds for
a school, after-school program or environmental non-profit to buy materials to begin a water quality testing project.Donate

This donation provides enough funds for
an inner-city school to purchase plants and tools for an organic vegetable garden.
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This donation provides enough funds for
a school to implement a community action programs like: school-wide recycling, renewable energy education or habitat restoration.
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Regardless of the amount you choose to donate, your generosity directly supports projects that improve our environment and teach stewardship to future generations.
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q How can I make a donation?
    A You can make an on-line donation by clicking the Donate button above. You can also send in a check or money order to: Captain Planet Foundation, 133 Luckie Street, 2nd Floor, Atlanta, GA 30303.
  • Q Is my donation tax deductible?
    A Captain Planet Foundation is an Internal Revenue Service Section 501(c)(3) public charity. Please consult your tax advisor regarding the tax deductibility of your donation.
  • Q Where does my donation go?
    A Donations that the Captain Planet Foundation receives are used to fund various environmental education projects and activities worldwide as well as to support the foundation itself.
  • Q What are some other ways to help?
    A If you are in the Atlanta, Ga. or surrounding areas, click here for more information on volunteering, or click here for information on attending our upcoming events. If you are outside the Atlanta area, please click here for tips on helping your environment or check with your local Riverkeeper Association or Audubon Society on ways to volunteer locally.