ziggie | Impact Partners
Impact organizations partner with ziggie to amplify impact.
We use partnerships & commerce to improve the world. Our partners operate in over 95 countries. We support causes ranging from water & the environment, to helping women, children & communities locally & throughout the world. You can nominate your favorite charity - and we will donate directly to them for you. Learn more about a “Make it Local” nomination.
Together, we’re taking action to: Protect drinking water; Prevent waste and pollution at the source; Build a future of clean water and clean energy; and Keep our laws strong and effective to protect water and health.
Our lobbying has resulted in reforms and legislation that ensure the right to clean water is protected for all Americans.
Clean Water Action helps mobilize citizens around a really important issue: WATER!
We work to create legislation & support businesses that help protect our waterways. In California, our work with Walgreens has kept 500 bins of prescription drugs out of our water.
One of our campaigns to Rethink Disposable products helps protect over 690 marine species.
We speak up for whales, dolphins, sea turtles, sharks and sport fish by engaging in the political process; influencing our representatives and legislation. We are working to get strict enforcement on drift gillnets that put vulnerable species at risk.
4-year-old Soriya holds one of the newest additions to the family flock (with a little help from her Dad, Keng)!
Heifer helps families provide for themselves for the long term. We give children all around the world the chance to break the cycle of poverty
Yanira & Pamela Parada & their cousin Sergio enjoy an açai berry treat. Heifer works with açai harvesters like the Parada family, to ensure they receive fair prices for the fruit they gather & process.
With the Milk for School Project in Tanzania children are receiving milk packets which are helping them stay full and focused throughout the day!
This young girl used to be severely malnourished. Today, she is well-fed thanks to the generosity of her neighbors, who received support and training from World Vision and now give to others out of their abundance.
“I’m very happy that I receive gifts from my World Vision sponsor often. This number game will help me improve my math skills like subtraction, addition and division,” says 12-year-old Khushi in India.
Magdalene participates in the Food for Assets program in Turkana. Food for Assets gives the community food security, hope, and ownership in their future.
22 year-old mother Premila took part in the World Vision study on the effects of low body mass index on pregnant Mums. On average, Mums gained an average of 8.7kg, improving their own health & the health of their unborn babies.
Three boys play near Rajab, a Tented Settlement in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley. Behind them, covered in blue tarps, are child friendly spaces and early childhood education tents established by World Vision. The tents offers a safe place for children to play and learn.
40 percent of all cancer drugs approved by the FDA since 2000 were first approved to treat blood cancers, 60 percent of which of which were funded by LLS.
LLS provides free education & support for cancer patients and healthcare professionals, including vital support for finding & enrolling in clinical trials.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is the world's largest voluntary health agency dedicated to blood cancer.
LLS has more that 100,000 volunteers, who advocate for policies at the state and federal level to remove barriers to care for cancer patients.
LLS is the leading nonprofit that supports patients before, during and after their diagnosis and treatment.
Globally, 1/3 of all schools lack access to basic water and sanitation.
Every 90 seconds a child dies from a water-related disease.
Women and girls often spend up to 6 hours every day collecting water.
More people have a mobile phone than a toilet.
Water, sanitation and hygiene related disease kills nearly 1 million people each year.
- Climate change education
- Carbon offsets and reductions
- Public outreach
The Envira Amazonia Projects achieved Gold Level Distinction to the CCBS due to the projects’ exceptional community benefits and incorporation of climate change mitigation activities.
Carbonfund’s support of avoid deforestation projects produces credits that protect forests containing some of the highest levels of biodiversity on the globe.
The Envira Amazonia is providing exceptional community benefits including educational programs for families, children, and community members.
Deforestation is responsible for about 20% of global warming. Our projects that avoided deforestation are a critical part of the solution.
The Envira Amazonia Project offsets more than 12.5 million tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions while preserving habitat and biodiversity.
Green sea turtles are named for their layer of green fat that lies under their shell. Scientists believe this unusual quirky-colored fat is the result of their veggie diet of seaweed and sea grass.
STC’s long-term green turtle recovery program at Tortuguero, Costa Rica, as being one of the world’s greatest marine conservation success stories.
Through research & educational programs at STC, you can learn about different species; their feeding, mating and nesting behavior along with the threats they face and the steps being taken to protect them.
This is Mojito, a wild Hawksbill turtle that is equipped with a satellite tracker so we can track her migratory movements by satellite.
Sea turtles are older than dinosaurs. Yet people today are their biggest threat and could be the cause their extinction.
A leatherback turtle can way over 1000 pounds and be over 6.5’ long.
Each week, Project Angel Food cooks, prepares, and delivers 12,000 medically tailored meals to 1,400 clients in Los Angeles living with HIV/AIDS, cancer, kidney failure, congestive heart failure, diabetes, stroke, Alzheimer’s and other serious illnesses.
As more than half of Project Angel Food's clients live alone, our drivers provide social connectedness to those who are socially isolated, providing comfort in times of need.
Through the help of volunteers, all meals are cooked, prepared, and packaged in an 8,000-sq.-ft. kitchen and made with love by Project Angel Food.
We imagine connected landscape from Yellowstone into Canada in which bears and other wide-ranging wildlife have room to roam safely between wild strongholds. Connecting large blocks of public land with private lands, we envision Vital Ground as the leader in ensuring the survival of grizzly bears and countless other species throughout the Northern Rockies.
Vital Ground connects and protects crucial grizzly habitat by making connections with landowners and communities. This unique approach “strikes the perfect balance between the needs of nature and the spirit of humans.” Photo by: Thomas D. Mangelsen
Vital Ground contributors help connect and protect grizzlies and other wide-ranging wildlife from Greater Yellowstone to Alaska’s Bristol Bay. Photo by: Thomas D. Mangelsen
Last year, over 1,000,000 actions were taken by Clean Water Action members to help protect water from waste. We are involved in the politics that result in protecting this.
Bears need room to roam. Decades of tracking data reveal that when they can do so safely, an individual bear may traverse a home range as large as 1,500 square miles. Photo by: Ryan Lutey
On the U.S. side of the Selkirk and Cabinet-Yaak ecosystems are at dangerous lows and number less than 50 bears each. Photo by: Jamie Scarrow
86% of women who participated in WPA’s alternative to incarceration program avoided re-arrest.
Tamika participated in WPA’s JusticeHome - this meant keeping her children, leaving an abusive relationship behind her, and learning to believe that new and positive possibilities awaited her.
In New York State, it costs $60,076 to imprison an individual for one year - more if a mother’s incarceration leads to foster care placement for her children.
85% of women sent to New York prisons are there for non-violent offenses.
In 2017, 54 families with 101 children lived at WPA’s Huntington House instead of substandard housing. 20 families moved into their own apartments, 14 women secured employment, And, we sent two kids off to college this fall!