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WeForest

Org #31067
Vetted since 2015 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Site Visit Verified
2010
year founded
$202,946
raised on GlobalGiving
4
years fundraising
3
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

WeForest's mission is to demonstrate and advocate that through the growing of millions of trees, well planned reforestation can be the solution to today's biggest challenge: global warming. The organization is promoting scientific research on forests a well as climate. WeForest is continuously developing the Make Earth Cooler movement and engaging the greatest brands and their millions of customers to act for climate.

Project Leaders
Marie-Noelle Keijzer
Marie-Noelle Keijzer
Pascaline Haedrich
Pascaline Haedrich
Louise Tideman
Louise Tideman
Alice Pirson
Alice Pirson
Team
Marie-Noelle Keijzer, Jessica Chalmers, Anna Roesinger, Pascaline Haedrich, Louise Tideman, Nicolas Dupont, Alexandra Apergi
Organization Information
Rue des Colonies 56
Brussels, Brussels 1000
Belgium
+32489081424

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #0278845749
Organization Information
Rue des Colonies 56
Brussels, Brussels 1000
Belgium
+32489081424

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #0278845749

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work.

Feb 5, 2020
Fighting fires in the Amazon
Brazil grabbed international headlines in 2019 when thousands of fires across several Amazon states were burning. We set out to support local partner IDESAM in firefighting and fire prevention...
Dec 3, 2019
An inclusive project
The Khasi Hills project is an inclusive project and actively engages women and youth, two groups who risk being left out. Economic power isn’t political power As the Khasi is one of the...
Dec 3, 2019
Who let the cows out?
The first step to recovering forests is preventing external degradation (i.e. invasive grasses, fire and cattle that could eat the young seedlings) from hindering tree development. Fencing has been...
 
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