Our economic and social progress has been accompanied by environmental degradation, endangering the very systems on which all life on earth depends.

Global warming is impacting all natural habitats and communities, especially people of color, low-income, children, and the elderly. This communities are those who are least able to prepare for, and recover from, heat waves, droughts, poor air quality, flooding, and other extreme events.

.... Why these matters ....

Nearly 50% of Latinos in the U.S. live in the most polluted counties, with increase levels of asthma and other respiratory illnesses.

Black and African American individuals are 40% more likely to currently live-in areas with the highest projected increases in extreme temperature-related deaths.

Low-income individuals are 25% more likely than non-low-income individuals to currently live-in areas with the highest projected losses of labor hours due to global warming.

More than half (55%) of Latinos live in the three states that are already experiencing serious effects related to global warming: wildfires in California, record-breaking heat in Arizona, and increased flooding in Florida.

This Giving Tuesday, you can join us on building community power to act on climate and protect our natural environments so they can continue to be a source of life and livelihood for all communities. This is how we are doing it!

Local Community Solutions

We fund community-led climate solutions and develop the leadership of its members. To date, we have trained over 1200 diverse leaders to spearheaded local change, generating over 25,250 leadership actions in the U.S.

Local Actions

Our actions secure airtime and drive headlines. To date, we have engaged over 100 media outlets, securing over 180 media appearances and 200+ articles to help build public support on environmental issues and clean energy.

Educational Campaigns

We create educational campaigns to increase public awareness of our climate crisis. To date, we have developed 10 campaigns in partnership with main media outlets, educating diverse communities and reaching over 200 million people in eight countries.

Who we are

Sachamama is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization working to build support for a clean energy economy for all, and cultivating sustainable attitudes, behaviors & lifestyles. Through leadership and advocacy trainings, educational campaigns, and community-led climate solutions, Sachamama is informing and activating individuals to advocate for healthy more regenerative communities, where individuals do the self-exploration work needed to understand their interconnectedness with nature, dismantle structural barriers to progress, and build their resources to improve their quality of life.

Your support changes everything!