Support

Support

If you and your neighbors are impacted by climate change and environmental abuse Anthropocene Alliance is there to help.

Membership in the coalition is free. We will support you by:

  • Helping you analyze the risks you face and the solutions you should be advocating. Our members are using a mix of tactics, from public education, to introducing ordinances, implementing nature-based solutions, and challenging harmful development. We’ll help you decide the best strategy for your community.

  • Matching you with pro bono scientific, legal and other experts who can help you.

  • Providing you with grants to defray the costs of food, local travel, printed T-shirts, FOIA requests, website hosting, and volunteer stipends.

  • Amplifying your voice by connecting you to the media, making introductions to agencies and nonprofits, and hosting a monthly video forum to share experiences and get support from other grassroots leaders from across the U.S.

Testimonials from our members

You have been my compass to success, and I can’t imagine where this community would be without your leadership. There was no such thing as “collaboration” on any level (local, county, state, federal) until you stepped in!
— Helen Lekavich, Floodlothian Midlothian, Midlothian, IL
Your efforts have been a catalyst for us. Seriously none of the last few days would have happened had you not inspired us. It’s like you challenged our creativity, and got us to be bold.
— Ana Zimmerman, Lowcountry Flooded States of American, Charleston, SC
None of us could be what we are without you! You gave me the tools and connections I needed to affect positive change by using the power of the group. Like many of the group leaders, I have no real experience, just drive to make our communities safer and drier. You take that drive and turn it into action!
— Suzanne Hornick, Ocean City NJ Flooding, NJ
Thank you for throwing us a life line! Our organization was small and without the resources and would not have been able to connect with experts or to maneuver through the bureaucracy that stood in our way. With your help we have made great strides toward making change in our area and with our local government. The professionals that have given of their time for the benefit and betterment of our communities have been selfless, and our ability to connect with them is such a great blessing! Thank you Anthropocene Alliance!
— Dara Hartigan, Save our Soundside, FL
An amazing mission lead by flood victims to mitigate flood risk and vulnerability that works across our country supported by Anthropocence Alliance and it’s many partners!
— April Thomas, Horry County Rising, SC
I really appreciate the drive and determination of Anthropocene Alliance and the energy you bring to the movement. I believe that you will continue to serve thousands in the coming years and I am looking forward to the opportunity to help others in their time of need before and after a flood.
— Hilton Kelley, Community In-Power and Development Association Inc, Port Arthur, TX
We have monthly meetings with all the leaders of the flood groups. These people are my friends, almost family. We know each other’s stories and we share each other’s stresses, strain and heart break
— Susan Liley, Citizens Committee for Flood Relief, De Soto, MO
So happy that @LittleGrowersInc has teamed up with Anthropocene Alliance to tackle the adverse effects of climate change. The Alliance has great leadership and its truly been an excellent opportunity to meet and work with like minded people all over the country.
— Camille Hadley, Little Growers Inc, Florida
Anthropocene Alliance is doing a spectacular job of connecting with flooding communities, supporting advocates for mitigation, and reflecting the latest credible science on climate change. They combine good information and support for those in the trenches who are working to find and fund intelligent responses to the daunting national and global challenge of sea rise and global warming.
— Susan Lyons, Groundswell Charleston, SC

Top illustration: Jacob Lawrence, The Migration Series, No. 3, 1940-41. Learn about this artwork.

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