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Supported Grantees

Store-supported grantees receive funding through our Retail Grants Program. These organizations identify and work on the root causes of problems and approach issues with a commitment to long-term change.

Irish Peatland Conservation Council

Lullymore, Rathangan, Ireland

Irish Peatland Conservation Council

The Irish Peatland Conservation Council works to conserve a representative sample of peatlands in Ireland for people to enjoy now and in the future.

VOICE Ireland

Dublin, Ireland

VOICE Ireland

VOICE Ireland empowers individuals and communities to take positive action to conserve natural resources, and advocates that the government and corporate sector adopt environmentally responsible behaviors and policies.

Global Action Plan Ireland

Dublin, Ireland

Global Action Plan Ireland

GAP supports people to live more sustainable lifestyles by offering practical, creative solutions that inspire people to act.

Cornwall Seal Group Research Trust (CSGRT)

Hayle, United Kingdom

Cornwall Seal Group Research Trust (CSGRT)

This group is engaging an army of people to record, photograph and remove discarded fishing gear from the sea and the land around the Cornish coast.

Irish Seed Savers Association CLG

Scarriff, Ireland

Irish Seed Savers Association CLG

Irish Seed Savers is dedicated to protecting Irish food heritage, the sustainability of our environment and the species within it and creating food security within the island of Ireland.

moyhillfarm

Lahinch, Ireland

moyhillfarm

Moy Hill Community Farm exists to create a healthy, sustainable fruit orchard that supplies as much fruit as is possible while improving ecosystem and social health.

Climate Case Ireland

Eyeries, Ireland

Climate Case Ireland

Friends of the Irish Environment seeks to create and maintain a network of citizens committed to assisting in the development of European and Irish environmental law and the right to full public participation in environmental decision-making.

Irish Wildlife Trust

Dublin, Ireland

Irish Wildlife Trust

Irish Wildlife Trust empowers the people of Ireland to protect wildlife and habitat through gaining knowledge and taking action.

Make an Impact

IPCC’s Hop To It Frog Survey 2020 — Irish Peatland Conservation Council

Event from Irish Peatland Conservation Council

, Ireland

IPCC’s Hop To It Frog Survey 2020

Irish Peatland Conservation Council

The Common Frog (Rana temporaria) is considered a biological indicator to environmental quality due to both the understanding we have of and its short lifecycle. Changes in breeding behaviour or presence can indicate changes in environmental quality. Since 1997 the Irish Peatland Conservation Council have asked members of the public

World Curlew Day — Irish Peatland Conservation Council

Event from Irish Peatland Conservation Council

Rathangan, Ireland

World Curlew Day

Irish Peatland Conservation Council

Join the Irish Peatland Conservation Council as they celebrate this iconic peatland bird. With fewer than 150 breeding pairs of Curlew remaining in Ireland, take this opportunity to learn about this wonderful species, enjoy nature activities, a walk to Lodge Bog where you will listen for the ‘cry of the

Global Citizenship Education 101 — Global Action Plan Ireland

Event from Global Action Plan Ireland

Cork, Ireland

Global Citizenship Education 101

Global Action Plan Ireland

Secondary school teachers & leaders are invited to our FREE training! Explore the UN Global Goals (SDGs) through interactive and creative activities and consider global issues through a local environmental lens. The training will focus on how to: Integrate a school wide approach to Global Citizenship

Peatlands: Ireland Climate Change Hero’s — Irish Peatland Conservation Council

Event from Irish Peatland Conservation Council

Rathangan, Ireland

Peatlands: Ireland Climate Change Hero’s

Irish Peatland Conservation Council

According to the International Union of Conservation of Nature, peatlands only cover 3% of the world’s terrestrial land surface but store more carbon than all other vegetation types in the world combined. Visit the Bog of Allen Nature Centre and discover the valuable role Irish peatlands offer in mitigating the

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