Patagonia Palo Alto

Patagonia Palo Alto

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.

Greenbelt Alliance

San Francisco, CA

Greenbelt Alliance

Greenbelt Alliance educates, advocates, and collaborates to ensure the Bay Area’s lands and communities are resilient to a changing climate. They envision a Bay Area made up of lands and people that are safe during climate disasters and recover quickly from wildfire, floods, and drought.

Surfrider Foundation – San Mateo County Chapter

El Granada, CA

Surfrider Foundation – San Mateo County Chapter

The Surfrider Foundation is dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world’s ocean, waves and beaches through a powerful activist network.

Canopy

Palo Alto, CA

Canopy

Canopy plants and cares for trees, bringing their life-giving benefits to schools, neighborhoods and public spaces in the San Francisco midpeninsula.

Grassroots Ecology

Palo Alto, CA

Grassroots Ecology

Grassroots Ecology leverages the power of volunteers to create healthy lands across Silicon Valley. Join them to help restore native plants to open spaces and neighborhoods, steward creeks and watersheds, and provide hands-on nature education.

Valley Verde

San Jose, CA

Valley Verde

Valley Verde is working to transform how communities in need are challenging food insecurity by establishing environmental and economic sustainability and self-reliance that leads to a healthy ecosystem and healthy lives.

Vida Verde Nature Education

San Gregorio, CA

Vida Verde Nature Education

Vida Verde promotes educational equity by providing free, overnight, environmental learning experiences for students who don’t otherwise get the opportunity.

Yosemite Climbing Association

Yosemite, CA

Yosemite Climbing Association

Yosemite Climbing Association aims to preserve and protect Yosemite climbing history and make it available for public interpretation.

South Bay Clean Creeks Coalition

San Jose, CA

South Bay Clean Creeks Coalition

South Bay Clean Creeks Coalition seeks to reclaim, restore and revitalize its local watershed area through programs that prevent pollution, clean up trash and protect indigenous wildlife.

Kitchen Table Advisors, a project of Multiplier

Oakland, CA

Kitchen Table Advisors, a project of Multiplier

Kitchen Table Advisors fuels the economic viability of sustainable small farms and ranches through practical business advising and trusted relationships.

Fresh Approach

CONCORD, CA

Fresh Approach

Fresh Approach aims to change local food systems by connecting California communities with healthy food from California farmers and teaching about food and nutrition.

LEAF (Local Ecology and Agriculture Fremont)

Fremont, CA

LEAF (Local Ecology and Agriculture Fremont)

Local Ecology and Agriculture Fremont builds a vibrant community of people growing healthy food in environmentally sustainable ways by operating community gardens, providing produce to food banks and propagating veggie seedlings.

Make an Impact

Climate Leader Series: Adaptation & Resilience With Lara Hansen — Greenbelt Alliance

Event from Greenbelt Alliance

CA, United States

Climate Leader Series: Adaptation & Resilience With Lara Hansen

Greenbelt Alliance

Gearing up to celebrate Earth Day, Amanda Brown-Stevens, Greenbelt Alliance’s Executive Director, sits down with Lara J. Hansen, Ph.D., Chief Scientist, and Executive Director at EcoAdapt. Lara and Amanda will define and explain what adaptation and resilience mean, and how these concepts can be used to restore the Earth, which

A Virtual Outing: Muir Woods Saunter — Greenbelt Alliance

Event from Greenbelt Alliance

Mill Valley, CA, United States

A Virtual Outing: Muir Woods Saunter

Greenbelt Alliance

Join Greenbelt Alliance on a virtual walk through the Bay Area’s iconic redwood forest. Muir Woods was saved from the logger’s axe by the selfless efforts of generations past, but today our state tree faces challenges from a changing climate. We’ll share stories of the cultural and natural history of

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