One Earth is a not-for-profit profit organisation based in Culver City, California that is working to accelerate collective action to solve the climate crisis through ground-breaking science, inspiring media, and an innovative approach to climate philanthropy.
One Earth’s Daughters for Earth programme is a worldwide scheme that provides grants to place-based, women-powered efforts working to solve the climate crisis by protecting and restoring our lands, waters and seas and implementing regenerative agriculture methods around the world. One Earth believes in partnering with and getting tangible support to women who are deploying solutions, pioneering deeply collaborative efforts, and healing humanity’s connection to nature.
Its specific focus is on providing grants to nature conservation and regenerative agriculture efforts is based on its partner One Earth’s science-based, holistic framework to solve the twin crises of climate change and biodiversity loss.
One Earth states that “Science shows that it is still possible to bring our climate back in balance, restore biodiversity, and ensure a healthy future for humanity. In order to address these interconnected crises, we must transition to 100% renewable energy, protect and restore 50% of our world’s lands and seas, and transform our food and fibre systems to regenerative methods. Resourcing, supporting, and amplifying the collective movement of women-powered efforts working to implement these solutions is an opportunity we cannot afford to miss“.
The Daughters application process opened on Tuesday 6th June 2023. The deadline for Round 1 applications is Tuesday 27th June 2023, with Round 2 applications due by Friday 14th July 2023.
Grant awardees will be notified by Friday 15th September 2023, and the full list of grant recipients will be announced publicly in late September. Awardees will receive their funding in the autumn 2023.
Organisations worldwide are welcome to apply. Daughters awards one-year grants that range from $10,000 to $50,000 USD (£7,811 to £39,055).
Further information is available on the One Earth website.