Featured Supporters

Charlie H. donated nearly $1,500 to RAN from a hike-a-thon through the Adirondacks. He is currently planning another one for the summer of 2007, to once again support RAN!
A recent alumnus of Iona College in New York, Josh discovered RAN while researching his senior thesis, “Deforestation of the Amazon Rainforest: Impacts, Causes, and ‘Green Business’ Solutions.”
Amanda Keller and Michelle Bennett used the celebration of their very special sixteenth birthdays this year to raise $1,200 for Rainforest Action Network.
RAN gives a good 'bang for the buck.' You really get your money’s worth!
A pocket of RAN’s strongest supporters is contained in Boulder, Colorado, and Rainmaker Lynn Israel is one of them. She took a few minutes to tell us why she’s passionate about saving the earth and its forests.
Since 2003, kindergarten classes at Grace McWayne Elementary in Batavia, IL have been working to protect the rainforests by raising nearly $2,000 to donate to RAN!
The Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto has been supporting RAN since 2003, donating nearly $2,000.
Since 1999, Linda has donated over $7,000 to support RAN’s campaigns. In 2005, she also became a critical campaign ally as a campaigner for Plug in America, a key Freedom From Oil coalition partner.
Since 1994, Wendell has donated over $6,000 to RAN—but Wendell’s support hasn’t stopped there. In a major milestone in the campaign to “Wake Up Weyerhaeuser,” Wendell helped convince fast-food chain In-N-Out Burger to cancel its contract with Weyerhaeuser
Kyana Jones, also known as Kitty Jones, started a small cleaning business to raise funds for nonprofits, and chose RAN as one of the beneficiaries.