25 Emotive Charity and Non-Profit Websites

Into the Arctic | Greenpeace

By Hello Monday
Take a journey into the Arctic and explore for yourself its natural wonders, the threat of the encroaching oil industry, and follow the struggle to Save the Arctic. The Arctic is under pressure from oil companies seeking to exploit its fossil resources. They see the melting of the sea ice, not as a warning, but as a business opportunity.

The Cost of Carbon

By Modern Assembly
The Cost of Carbon is a living documentation of the price we are all paying for carbon pollution.

Names for Change

By McKinney
UMD is selling the naming rights to all of the items that connect their clients to food, shelter and a future.


ONE is a grassroots campaign of more than 3 million people committed to the fight against extreme poverty and preventable diseases.

Charity: Water

By Made With Love In New York City
charity: water is a non-profit organization bringing clean, safe drinking water to people in developing nations.

Food Angel

By Jazzup
Food Angel is a food rescue and assistance program in Hong Kong.

Head & Shoulders Has A Dirty Secret

Wiping away tiger homes every time I wash my hair? Not for me, thanks. Head & Shoulders needs to stop bringing rainforest destruction into my shower. They can and must protect paradise.

The Monster

By Grupo Bassat Ogilvy Spain
'The monster that wouldn’t let children go to school' is both a website and an interactive short film in which, if you want, you can play a main role.

Revolution Rose

By La Compagnie Hyperactive
Révolution Rose is the international campaign to raise awareness of breast cancer.

We Heart Tree

Design your own virtual tree and pledge to be more conscious of your paper usage.

The Lieber Institute for Brain Development | LIBD

Focused on understanding the neurodevelopmental origins of schizophrenia and related psychiatric disorders and translating this understanding into improved treatments that change the lives of affected individuals.

Greenpeace vs Killstarter

By 84.Paris
Stop funding projects which make GMOs, nuclear power, deforestation and others.

Life in My Shoes

By Traffic Digital
Life in my Shoes is Body & Soul's pioneering and powerful multi-platform campaign that challenges the fear and misunderstanding surrounding HIV in the UK.


CUPS is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping individuals and families overcome poverty.

Gallery Of Mo

See the Gallery of Mo, and marvel at the magnificent ‘mo’s’ within. Donate to get your own portrait in support of Movember, the independent charity working to impact the face of men’s health.

Dadaab Stories

By Ronik
The Dadaab refugee camp is the largest in the world. The people that live here have remarkable stories to tell — they just need a place to share them.

Thirst Relief

By Hole In The Roof
We are changing the world through clean water.

One For The Boys

By Digital Annexe
One For The Boys helps make men aware of the dangers of cancer and how to combat them.


By Bluecadet
Counterspill promotes awareness about the impact of non-renewable energy disasters through a living archive that combines best-in-class reporting, research, social media and community engagement.

Target Nuclear Weapons

Australian Red Cross needs your help to ban the use of nuclear weapons. Nuclear weapons are capable of destroying the planet in a matter of hours. Not enough has been done to ban their use.

World Wildlife Fund | WWF

World Wildlife Fund is the leading organization in wildlife conservation and endangered species. Learn how you can help WWF make a difference.

Good for Nothing – Collaborating for Good

Good for Nothing, smart folk collaborating and experimenting to solve stuff that matters.

Too Young to Wed

A multimedia partnership between the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and premier photo agency VII, seeks to raise awareness of the practice and ultimately, to end it.

Not For Sale

End Human Trafficking and Slavery

Milk and Blood

By Trevor Snapp & Alan Boswell
In South Sudan the Milk and Blood of cattle allows families to survive a brutal climate and often inhospitable land. Peace has brought much to this new state, but it has not ended conflict. When we came here to report on the birth of this new country we found both Milk and Blood. Help support independent journalism.

The Supertrees of Singapore

 As part of Singapore’s redevelopment and new downtown area at Marina Bay, the sprawling 250-acre Gardens by the Bay is an incredible public space with gardens, bridges, skywalks, parks and plants. The green development has been proclaimed a ‘horticultural heaven’. The attractions garnering the most buzz are the two massive climate-controlled biomes called Cloud Forest and Flower Dome and of course the massive man-made supertrees which are showcased below. 

The biomes are equivalent in size to about four football fields and will become the new home for approximately 220,000 plants from ever continent on our planet. An interesting feature of the Flower Dome is that the horticultural waste will feed a massive steam turbine that in turn generates electricity that is needed to keep the biome climate-controlled. The two biomes are the only areas of the Gardens by the Bay where an admission fee will be charged.

As for the man-made supertrees, check out the gallery below (a mix of photographs and renderings) along with a detailed overview of these fascinating structures. Gardens of the Bay is set to open to the public on June 29th.

The Gardens by the Bay Supertrees in Singapore
  • There are a total of 18 supertrees varying from 25-50 meters in height (82-164 ft).
  • Bridges and skywalks (128 m/420 ft long and 22 m/72 ft high) will connect the taller supertrees, giving visitors incredible views of the Gardens by the Bay development below.
  • 11 of the trees have solar photovoltaic systems to convert sunlight into energy.
  • The solar energy collected during the day is used to light the structures at night.
  • Each supertree feature tropical flowers and a variety of ferns that rise up the steel framework.
  • The canopies serve as temperature moderators, absorbing and dispersing heat and providing shelter to those beneath.
  • The trees also serve as rainwater catchers.
  • The supertrees will consist of nearly 163,000 plants of over 200 species.
  • Each tree has a concrete core, a steel trunk fitted with planting panels and a canopy at the top lifted by a hydraulic jack system.
  • Designed by U.K. architecture firm Grant Associates.
  • The public space will be open daily from 5am – 2am. [Via 1 2 3]

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