Empowering Next Generation Changemakers

For 30 years, we've been committed to working collaboratively to
engage and empower young people to be problem solvers for the planet.

Our Programs

Providing schools with strategies for building effective and long-lasting garden-based learning programs.

Challenging and guiding students to make a meaningful difference for local endangered species.

A ChangeMakers Program

Supporting, connecting, training, and empowering youth to become successful campaigners for environmental, social, and community-impact issues.

Register for Tide Turners + Ocean Heroes India Bootcamp!

Registration is now open for our FIRST EVER Tide Turners + Ocean Heroes India Bootcamp from 7-10 Sept. Open to youth ages 11-25 from all nations. Register by Sept 1, capacity is limited!

Celebrate 30 Years with Captain Planet Foundation! - NEW DATE!

Captain Planet Foundation has been reminding young people "The Power is Yours" since 1991, and we're celebrating our 30th year with a bang! Learn about and purchase tickets for our 30th Anniversary Gala on March 19, 2022!

The Power is Yours!

Social justice, racial justice, and environmental justice are all linked. And they all require an understanding of the levers for change to create a better future for all. See how young people are fighting for a better future through the Ocean Heroes program.

Give Today to Feed Atlanta Families!

Every donation counts! Join us in directly helping over 500,000 community members by providing over 77,500 lb of community garden-grown food, and helping build more young changemakers who love nature and grow their own food!

Resources for Learning from Home

We've curated our resources for K-12 students to continue learning and exploring their environment from anywhere!

Third-grader spearheads Project Learning Garden at Walnut Creek Elementary

"I thought it would be cool if we could have a real garden and a fun activity for some of the younger kids. When you are in first and kindergarten we study life cycle with plants and stuff and I thought this would be an amazing opportunity. It's just all-out fun." Chase Baber, a third-grade student at Walnut Creek Elementary, dreamed of having a learning garden at his school, and with the help of his principal, Dole, Fareway Stores, and Captain Planet Foundation, that dream is now a reality! Watch the video and click the link below to see the full story!