Help fund peaceful and climate-resilient futures

The Institute’s work to promote resilience and advance wellbeing for communities in Hawai’i, the Pacific-Asia region, and beyond becomes ever more pressing each day, as climate change affects all of us at an accelerated rate.

Donate to The Institute for Climate and Peace

What Your Donation Means

The Institute for Climate and Peace is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization (EIN: 83-1440386) any monetary donation made to our organization is tax-deductible. 

Your donation will be put towards supporting ICP’s programs and mission, which focus on education, collaboration and policy transformation to support peaceful climate resilient futures for the well-being of all. 

Your contribution will help the Institute achieve its purpose of creating a human-centered body of climate work that prioritizes the well-being and resilience of frontline and Pacific island populations, as well as contribute to global efforts to mitigate, adapt to, and respond the ever-evolving climate crisis.

Some key programs that we’ve delivered include a disaster resilience webinar with UNITAR, our Ka‘a I Ka Wiwo‘ole: Brave Enough from the Frontlines of Our Climate Resilient Futures Program, and ICP-led publications which educate the public about peaceful climate action.

Donations submitted through donation forms on this site are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Be sure to check with your company’s Human Resources department to see if your company offers a matching gift program to double or even triple your donation!

Key Programs We've Delivered

  • Disaster Resilience Webinar with UNITAR

    On December 1st, in collaboration with The United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), ICP ran a women's leadership webinar where we engaged over 60 women leaders in disaster resilience. We gave an introduction to the basics of climate and peace, discussing topics like everyday peace indicators, positive peace, and Indigenous traditional knowledge, and how these topics can contribute to community resilience.
  • Ka‘a I Ka Wiwo‘ole: Brave Enough From the Frontlines of Our Climate Resilient Futures

    Ka‘a I Ka Wiwo‘ole: Brave Enough From the Frontlines of Our Climate Resilient Futures uplifts girl and women-led climate justice in Hawaiʻi. Our first cohort in the Spring of 2024 brought together 9 girls and 13 women leaders across Hawaiʻi to uplift our community’s resilience and build the skills, networks, and passion to champion climate justice together. Our multigenerational training and mentorship program supports women and girls’ full power in culturally-responsive ways that honors identity, creativity, and energy to create the most just futures we can imagine.
  • ICP-Led Research-based Publications on Peaceful Climate Action

    ICP creates research-based publications to inform and educate our communities on evolving climate impacts and efforts to build peace. Visit our Publications Page to read about Climate, Peace, and Security in the Pacific-Asia Region by ICP Analyst Katie Waters, The Significance of Women and Mother-led Social Change in the Pacific-Asia Region by ICP Associate Healani Goo, or about Residents in Hawaiʻi's Decisions to Remain or Retreat by ICP Analyst Bella Pucker.

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