Let’s Create
the Future We Want

Climate change is an existential crisis that affects everyone.

And we are confident that we have the solutions to meet this moment. Clear eyed and connected, we see what’s possible when everyone shows up in solidarity.

Leaders. Doers. Rulebreakers.

It will take all of us to build a movement. Everyone moving with purpose towards plural, plentiful, outside the status-quo … Solutions.

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Gloria Walton, CEO and President of The Solutions Project, and Mark Ruffalo, actor, producer, activist, and Co-founder of the Solutions Project joined TIME Magazine for a week full of celebrations and powerful conversations.

CO2 Earth Award
Gloria Walton in bright green dress holding hands with actor Mark Ruffalo who is wearing a Black suit and holding a trophy, accepting TIME CO2 award

Community leaders solving climate problems need support.

That’s where we come in. Our grantmaking, media, and cultural support for grassroots organizations helps clear the way for their work in community organizing.

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Black Climate Week

Now in its third year, this award-winning campaign is focused on philanthropy and its power to create the future we want by showing up in solidarity with Black communities advancing a just transition to an equitable and regenerative economy. As climate action rises in importance across all communities, a spotlight on Black leadership offers a powerful path forward.


Black Climate Week
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Donate To The Solutions Project

Your donation supports environmental grants to grassroots organizations on the frontlines of the climate crisis. Communities where Black and brown and white people work together to make sure everyone has affordable housing, a good job, a healthy place to live. A future where people and the planet thrive. Help us create the world we want, the one we all deserve.

Let's create the future we want.