OUR SELECTED CHARITIES
'SOS from the Kids' are committed to giving any money they make to important environmental causes.
These are the chosen charities.
1. THE OCEAN CLEANUP
This charity caught the attention of 'SOS From the Kids' member Noah Macaulay when he was doing research for a DT project entitled 'Designing for a sustainable future'.
I hope you are as excited about this project as we were when he showed us!
2. FARMING AND WILDLIFE ADVISORY GROUP
This British charity is championed by Dylan Gladstone of 'SOS From the Kids'.
This charity helps British farmers to use their land sustainably. It is particularly close to Dylan's heart because it's his cousin's charity. https://www.fwagsw.org.uk/
3. WORLD WIDE FUND FOR NATURE
This well known charity is already supported by many individuals within 'SOS from the Kids' and we are delighted to include them in the group of charities to receive money made through our songs. https://www.wwf.org.uk/
OTHER HELPFUL LINKS
We recommend you check out Another Way Charity set up by 16 year old Amy Bray in 2019. You can find great advice on how we can all make a difference through the choices we make https://www.another-way.org.uk/.
If you want to sign up to be ambassadors the link is here: www.another-way.org.uk/ambassadors.
We have attended many FFF strikes which are brilliant for raising awareness. You can find info here:
Our plastic info came from sites such as these:
The carbon emission facts in the video can be found here:
You can find research by the intergovernmental panel on climate change here: https://www.ipcc.ch/reports/
Inside Climate News and New Scientist highlights all the most important news articles about stabilising the environment and also underlining important climate issues around the globe:
Noah visited the Knepp (small scale re-wilding) Estate in 2018 and fell in love with the idea of re-wilding. Having first become upset about deforestation aged 6 (after a lesson at school) he has had a keen protective instinct about nature ever since. His love of trees, and climbing up them, has never faltered. Check out the re-wilding idea: http://www.rewild.com/
There is desperate need for water conservation around the world. We chatted to Youth Conservation Initiative, Bali. You can check out the great work they are doing to conserve water at http://ycibali.org/