Last Chance To Join Our 24-Hour Earth Day Campaign! April 23, 2021

As we come down to our last “Giving Hour”, I want to say thank you again to our donors, sponsors, staff, and chapters. I also want to thank everyone who shared our messages about this campaign throughout the day.

For those of us who make caring for the environment part of our daily lives, celebrating Earth Day is just part of the way we live, work, and contribute. In the days, weeks, and months ahead, our Environment and Health Program will be moving forward with the work of expanding our DEIJ efforts, fighting to end fracking across the country, promoting inclusive ways to implement building electrification policies and protocols, and advocating renewable energy solutions.

Your support is an essential part of our work. As we come to our last “Giving Hour”, I ask those of you who have not had an opportunity to donate, to do so now. Click HERE to make your donation!

Our goal in these final hours is to engage another 200 PSR members, activists, and friends and raise $3,000. In addition, our generous sponsors, Dr. Mike Martin and Dr. Peter Wilk, have agreed to provide an ADDITIONAL $3,500 when we meet our 200-donor goal. You can watch a message from our sponsors here, then click the donation button below to make your contribution today.

Donate Now

It’s been an amazing day! Let’s finish strong so we can continue this important work.


Jeff Carter
Executive Director

P.S. Please click here if you would prefer to mail your donation, or reach out to our Director of Philanthropy at

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