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Celebrate Giving Tuesday by Supporting the 2013 Goldman Prize Winners

December 3, 2013

Are you tired of the holiday shopping madness? In honor of Giving Tuesday, take a break from consumer mania and give back by making a donation to the 2013 Goldman Prize winners. Together with our partners at Global Greengrants Fund, we’ve made it easy to support a cause that speaks to you.

Make a donation to the 2013 Goldman Prize winners in a loved one’s name for a unique holiday gift that is sure to please. Whether it’s supporting Rossano Ercolini and Nohra Padilla to grow the global zero waste movement; helping Jonathan Deal raise awareness about fracking; defending sacred land from exploitation and pollution with Mama Aleta Baun; celebrating the creation of Iraq’s first national park with Azzam Alwash; or saying no to dirty coal with Kim Wasserman: there is sure to be something for everyone on your list.

You can donate any amount you want to one, a few or all of the 2013 Goldman Prize winners – the choice is yours! Click below to find out more about each of the winners and for information on how you can show your support. Happy Holidays!

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