One Home joins global network that turns profits into positive action

2 Jul 2024
2 min read
Our planet held in hands

The 1% for the Planet partnership allows member businesses to donate to the charity

One Home Climate Solutions, an environmental education charity, has joined a global network that supports causes that help people and the planet through donations from member businesses.

1% for the Planet members commit to donating at least 1% of annual sales directly to an approved network of environmental organisations – of which One Home is now one. Each donation is certified to ensure businesses meet that commitment. The project has certified more than $635 million in environmental giving to date.

One Home has been selected as one of the organisations that businesses can donate to after being nominated by Wholegrain Digital, which is an existing member.

One Home’s founder and CEO Angela Terry says: “We are excited to be part of this growing network that has found a really smart way of providing much-needed funding for environmental charities like us that are taking positive action for a healthier planet. It’s brilliant to have the support from Wholegrain Digital. We hope this will unlock more funding and partnerships in the years to come.”

Started in 2002 by Yvon Chouinard, founder of Patagonia, and Craig Mathews, founder of Blue Ribbon Flies, 1% for the Planet currently has more than 5,200 business partners and 6,700 environmental partners across more than 110 countries.

“The intent of 1% for the Planet is to help fund these diverse environmental organisations so that collectively they can be a more powerful source in solving the world’s problems,” says Yvon Chouinard, co-founder of 1% for the Planet.

The announcement comes hot on the heels of a national award won by Angela Terry. Angela was named Net Zero Energy Pioneer at Regen’s 2024 Green Energy Awards. Angela was described as ‘a truly inspirational woman at the forefront of the renewables sector’ who has ‘caused a thousand flowers to bloom in the clean energy sector.’


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