Greenpeace Giving

Greenpeace Giving

Last edited 17 November 2016 at 10:54am

We would like to thank all of our supporters who have given generously through our Greenpeace Giving website over the past five years.

This website has now been suspended while we continue to develop new ways for you to support us in securing a green and peaceful world.

Greenpeace Giving - gifts to change the world
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And the winner is...

Posted by mollybrooks — 3 December 2010 at 3:31pm - Comments
The people's choice. The blob fish.
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The people's choice. The blob fish.

Nearly 4,000 people voted in our poll to find a new friend for Greenpeace Giving's Ugly Fish. If you were one of them, thanks very much for exercising your democratic right. The result was a landslide, with over 50% of the votes going to one, particularly (un)attractive, candidate.

The people's choice. The blob fish.

The Ugly Fish needs a new friend!

Posted by mollybrooks — 25 November 2010 at 12:00pm - Comments

Which of these gorgeous creatures will make it as a gift on Greenpeace Giving?

It’s that time of year again, the nights are drawing in and the shops are full of mince pies. So we're back with our online virtual gift catalogue, Greenpeace Giving .

Can football save the planet?

Posted by mollybrooks — 15 June 2010 at 11:34am - Comments

Love it or hate it, there's no escaping the huge football tournament that's taking place in South Africa at the moment.

You may have expected that Greenpeace would be a World Cup free zone, given that it's not the most environmentally-friendly event ever. But we're doing our bit to try and help the World Cup leave a positive legacy for the people of South Africa, and we've launched a special edition Greenpeace Giving virtual gift to celebrate.

Greenpeace Africa is providing a solar viewing area in the village of Jericho in the North West Province of South Africa. This means that villagers, who may not otherwise be able to watch the World Cup, will be able to view the matches on big screens powered entirely by solar panels.

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