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Leanore May "Lea" Vlastelica
May 25, 1928 - October 26, 2017


GreenPeace International http://www.greenpeace.org/usa/

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 Join Greenpeace in our work to protect our precious planet and find the solutions we need to our most important environmental issues.

People like you enable Greenpeace to investigate, campaign, document and lobby for a sustainable balance between humans and the environment worldwide. With your help we will expose environmental abuses by carrying out non-violent direct actions to raise awareness of our need for protect our oceans, forests, water supplies and our climate – the very life support systems of our planet.

Greenpeace is the only global environmental charity that accepts no corporate or government donations so we can maintain a much needed independent voice, but it means we rely totally on individual supporters like you to fund our work. That's why your donation is so critical. Thank you for your support. It means the world

Ocean Conservatory oceanconservancy.org/ways-to-give/

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   Ocean Conservancy for 45 years, has been working to protect our ocean from some of the greatest global challenges. Together, we’ve made incredible progress to safeguard America’s fisheries, combat ocean acidification and restore the Gulf of Mexico with the best available science. With your help, we’ve spearheaded efforts to designate and strengthen marine sanctuaries, protected sea turtle habitats and grown the largest marine volunteer effort in the world through our International Coastal Cleanup.

Our vision for the ocean is a clean, healthy and thriving ecosystem for wildlife and communities that depend on it. If you share this vision, make a contribution today to help us achieve this reality.

WorldWide Wildlife Fund www.worldwildlife.org

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WWF’s work has evolved from saving species and landscapes to addressing the larger global threats and forces that impact them. Recognizing that the problems facing our planet are increasingly more complex and urgent, we have refined the way in which we work around an ambitious new strategy. Our new strategy puts people at the center and organizes our work around six key areas: forests, marine, freshwater, wildlife, food and climate. By linking these six areas in an integrated approach, we can better leverage our unique assets and direct all our resources to protecting vulnerable places, species and communities worldwide.

People are at the center of our work because together we can change the trajectory of the threats to nature, and help ensure nature’s ability to provide—for the sake of every living thing, including ourselves.

We work globally, with every sector, at every level

To accomplish our ambitious goals, we work to educate and influence people into making sustainable choices and decisions, including those who work in business and make decisions around the use of natural resources, and those who work in government and set policy that impacts nature.

We work globally at every level—in the field and in the local community, from the halls of government to the global marketplace. One of WWF’s strengths is our ability to engage stakeholders—in business, civil society, and academia—in partnerships to devise innovative solutions to the issues that challenge us.

Working together with 1.1 million supporters , WWF’s partners, projects and experts are making a difference in creating a healthy future for our planet.

Southwest Indian Relief Council http://www.nativepartnership.org/site/PageServer?pagename=swirc_index

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   Native Americans living on the rural and remote reservations of the Southwest struggle daily with isolation, limited employment opportunities, and a harsh and resource-poor environment. Many communities on these reservations are not accessible by paved roads, and are reachable only by four-wheel drive vehicles and in some instances even helicopters. Most tribal members receive no cash income from casinos, which provide few employment opportunities. 

The Southwest Indian Relief Council Program exists to bring support and encouragement to these Native Americans, who seek to live in dignity despite horrendous economic pressures. At the same time, we believe that it is important to provide help in a way that reduces dependency and draws on the strong sense of pride and community, so prevalent among Native American people.

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