Global Partnerships

Captain Planet Foundation is working around the world in partnership with like-minded organizations to empower and inspire the next generation to seek their own solutions to local environmental challenges, engage in change-making for the benefit of all living creatures, and to remember how to be caretakers of the planet. Some of these partnerships include:
It’s Our World
It’s Our World is committed to providing a vibrant snapshot of how children and young people of the British Isles view the urban, rural or coastal environment in which they live. In what started as an effort to create the largest online collection of artwork created by the nation’s future custodians, It’s Our World is working with the Captain Planet Foundation to bring some of those creative inspirations to life by funding environmental projects that “bring to life” the landscapes children have depicted in their artwork. Learn more about the UK’s largest art project celebrating the environment & promoting sustainability.
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Mayors Fund For London
Each year, The Mayor’s Fund for London sponsors a City Pitch event to give young Londoners the opportunity to present their community project proposals to their peers and a panel of experts. It a “pitch” for a share of the funding pot that will let them bring their ideas to life. The young participants work with mentors from the nonprofit and private sector to develop their proposals and hone their pitching skills. In Summer 2016, the City Pitch event will focus on solutions to environmental challenges in the city and Captain Planet Foundation will participate as a funding partner and judging panel member.
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Global Minimum
Global Minimum (GMin) is a charitable international organization that encourages young innovators and leaders in Africa to engage with critical thinking skills and hands-on learning programs to tackle challenges affecting their communities. GMin provides enabling tools, safe space, workshops, mentorship, resources and network, ultimately equipping young people in Africa with unique opportunities to take their future into their own hands. They currently work with young people age 13-18 in Sierra Leone, Kenya, and South Africa.
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I Am Eco Warrior Foundation
The IAEW Foundation is a crowdsourced social movement that mobilizes and connects visionaries, innovators, and creators in order to inspire and engage the global community in a sustainable future for our planet. Their objectives are to raise ecological conciousness, to encourage and promote “Eco-warriors”, and to mobilize and match funds for sustainable development goals they want to impact.