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  • By default, we have 3 causes displayed and active: Saving the Environment, Helping Underprivileged Children and Saving Endangered Species. If you hover over these causes, you'll be able to read a little about each cause.
  • Also by default, your order's donation is automatically credited to our cause "Saving Endangered Species". If you wish to select a different cause, simply click on a different one until the donation is displayed on the one you selected.
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Saving Endangered Species

Free World United is committed to the preservation of the endangered species of the Galapagos Islands and has teamed up with Galapagos Conservancy (GC) to achieve this goal.

One of GC's critical areas of concern is the protection of endangered species  such as several subspecies of the Galapagos Giant Tortoise, the Flightless Cormorant, the Galapagos penguin and the nesting grounds for migratory sea turtles.


Helping Underprivileged Children

Since 1998 the Galapagos Scouts Program (GSP) has been educating local underprivileged children about the importance of creating a sustainable community for their future health and welfare and that of the Galapagos Islands.

This education gives them the opportunity to consider careers in the Galapagos National Park, the tourism sector and the local Navy.

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Saving The Environment

Free World United has teamed up with Galapagos Conservancy, a non-profit organization that conducts scientific research to better understand the ecosystem of the Galapagos and the impact of human interference with its unique plants and animals.

With the support of more than 100 scientists, they are able to investigate inland and marine life and determine the present and future state of the Islands.  This information guides the sustainability efforts of key stakeholders.


Ensena Ecuador

EnseƱa Ecuador is a non-profit whose main objective is to improve education in Ecuador, by selecting the best college graduates to become teachers of children in the poorest sectors of the country.

It is the Ecuadorian counterpart of "Teach for America" and belongs to the Global Education Network: Teach For All.


Galapagos Conservancy

The Galapagos Conservancy (GC) is the only US based non-profit organization that is devoted exclusively to the protection and preservation of the Galapagos Islands.

The challenges where GC focuses its resources and efforts are: Invasive species, endangered species, poaching, population growth, local education, governance, biosecurity and climate change.


Reforest Patagonia

Reforest Patagonia's mission is to reforest degraded ecosystems in Patagonia and aid the recovery of areas of high environmental value.

The Project: To plant more than 1 million trees in Torres del Paine and other national parks and reserves in Chile, the largest endeavor of it's kind in Chile's history.


Earth Day Army

Earth Day Army is a social movement that seeks to raise $10,000 for conservation initiatives for Earth Day.

Earth Day Army is supported by key people and celebrities such as Simon Curtis who have a special interest in conservation.


Mountain Gorilla Conservation Fund

The Mountain Gorilla Conservation Fund (MGCF) works with the people working for the National Parks to protect and conserve the critically endangered Mountain Gorilla. The MGCF has been doing this ever since Dian Fossey asked for help back in 1983.

Today, the MGCF works to save the estimated remaining 880 mountain gorillas.


Trees, Water & People

Trees, Water & People is an organization dedicated to improving people's lives by helping communities protect, conserve, and manage the natural resources upon which their long-term well-being depends.


Wolf Haven

Wolf Haven International is an organization dedictated to rescuing and providing sanctuary for displaced, captive-born wolves and protecting our remaining wild wolves and their habitat.



ECUADOR AID is a fundraising initiative by Free World United who aims to raise $1,000 for the Ecuadorian Red Cross to help the victims of the April 16th earthquake in Ecuador.

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