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When donating to Geoversity, you can choose to donate your money towards one or more specific projects and causes. Please use the donation box below to specify which projects you wish to support!


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Bamboo Ark / Mola sail

Your generous donation will help us achieve our goal of building the Bamboo Ark—a large prototype catamaran using bamboo from the Mamoní Valley Preserve—to promote the intelligent use of green materials and calling attention worldwide to plastic contamination of the planet’s rivers and oceans. Learn more


Geoversity’s School of Biocultural Leadership

Your donation will help us achieve a critical number of conscious leaders empowered with the skills, experience and supportive ecosystem they need to avert global ecological collapse and, ultimately, bring about the Biocultural Renaissance. Learn more.


Centro Mamoní infrastructure maintenance and development

Your donation will help us achieve the goal for our science and leadership training center, Centro Mamoní—located in one of the top 25 Biodiversity Hotspots in the world—of becoming 100% self-sufficient with food, building materials, energy, and water use, while sharing experiential learning experiences with volunteers, interns, and guests from all over the world. Learn more.


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Geoversity Foundation—formerly Earth Train Foundation, established in 1991—is a US 501 (c) (3) nonprofit public charity with EIN: 94-3107635 dedicated to supporting the mission of creating conservation communities and life-changing learning experiences for biocultural leadership.

Donations qualify for a tax deduction for US taxpayers.

Fundación Geoversity—formerly Fundación Earth Train—is the Panamanian nonprofit umbrella organization directly responsible for sustainable governance, conservation, and development of all initiatives of the Geoversity ecosystem and the Mamoní Valley Preserve.