Patagonia San Francisco

Patagonia San Francisco

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.

Earth Law Center

New York, NY

Earth Law Center

Earth Law Center seeks to transform laws, economies, policies and governance systems to recognize the inherent rights of all earth’s inhabitants and ecosystems to coexist, thrive and evolve.

Shark Stewards – Earth Island Institute

Berkeley, CA

Shark Stewards – Earth Island Institute

Shark Stewards seeks to restore health to the San Francisco Bay and world oceans by saving sharks and protecting critical marine habitat.

Protect Our Winters

Boulder, CO

Protect Our Winters

Protect Our Winters turns passionate outdoor people into effective climate advocates. They lead a community of athletes, creative pioneers, and forward-thinking industry leaders to affect systemic policy solutions to climate change.

Interfaith Power & Light

San Francisco, CA

Interfaith Power & Light

Interfaith Power & Light is working to slow global warming through the promotion of energy conservation, energy efficiency and renewable energy.

Save The Bay

Oakland, CA

Save The Bay

Save The Bay works to protect, restore and celebrate San Francisco Bay.

The River Otter Ecology Project

FOREST KNOLLS, CA

The River Otter Ecology Project

The River Otter Ecology Project works for the recovery of local river otter populations and healthy watersheds by illustrating links between the two and leading the public in restoration and conservation.

All One Ocean

Mill Valley, CA

All One Ocean

This group seeks to educate people about the destructive impacts of trash by providing a simple way for beachgoers to help clean up our oceans, beautify beaches, and prevent needless death and suffering to marine life.

Living with Lions, a project of Audubon Canyon Ranch

Glen Ellen, CA

Living with Lions, a project of Audubon Canyon Ranch

Living with Lions, a project of Audubon Canyon Ranch, is studying the region’s mountain lions to identify priority habitats and key wildlife corridors and to promote ecosystem conservation throughout our region. Using rigorous science, Living with Lions also teaches children and adults about the importance of living side-by-side with wild neighbors.

Felidae Conservation Fund

Mill Valley, CA

Felidae Conservation Fund

Felidae Conservation Fund seeks to conserve wildcat populations, especially in the San Francisco Bay Area, through research, education and technology.

Point Blue Conservation Science

Petaluma, CA

Point Blue Conservation Science

Point Blue Conservation Science seeks to advance the conservation of birds, other wildlife and ecosystems through science, partnerships and outreach.

Turning Green

Sausalito, CA

Turning Green

Turning Green is a global student-led movement devoted to cultivating a healthy, just and thriving planet through education and advocacy.

ExtraFood.org

San Rafael, CA

ExtraFood.org

ExtraFood is working to help end food waste and hunger in Marin County through a countywide food-recovery program.

Make an Impact

Make a Splash! To support healthy watersheds — The River Otter Ecology Project

Event from The River Otter Ecology Project

Lagunitas-Forest Knolls, CA, United States

Make a Splash! To support healthy watersheds

The River Otter Ecology Project

Support watersheds by entering or sponsoring the Splash! an online poetry, photography and art contest. All proceeds support River Otter Ecology Project education, community science, and watershed conservation programs. It’s creative, it’s fun, and there are prizes! Entry is free for under 18, we offer professional judges, prizes, and an

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