1% for the Planet

The New England Free Jacks of Major League Rugby (MLR), join 1% for the Planet as the first professional sports organization globally to join as a business member. As part of 1% for the Planet the Free Jacks have committed to donate 1% of annual revenue to support non-profit organizations focused on initiatives that support food accessibility, clean water, waste reduction, and effective land management. The Free Jacks partnered with seven New England based grantees for the 2021 fiscal year and look forward to building long term partnerships with local organizations working to make our region and our world a better place.

Appalachian Mountain Club


The Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) was founded in Boston in 1876 by noted Harvard astronomer Edward Pickering and a group of outdoor enthusiasts. Initially, AMC focused on building hiking trails and its first high mountain hut in the White Mountains of New Hampshire in the late 1800s; launching its publishing operations with the first edition of the historic AMC White Mountain Guide in 1907 (still in print today); and taking the lead in conservation advocacy efforts. During the 1900s, AMC established a research division, a mountain leadership training school, a variety of youth education programs, a recreational facilities network that includes lodges, cabins, huts, campsites and shelters throughout the Northeast, and volunteer chapters that still engage thousands of individuals.

Founded in 1876, the Appalachian Mountain Club promotes the protection, enjoyment, and understanding of
the mountains, forests, waters, and trails of America’s Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions.

We believe these resources have intrinsic worth and also provide recreational opportunities, spiritual renewal, and ecological and economic health for the region. Because successful conservation depends on active engagement with the outdoors, we encourage people to experience, learn about, and appreciate the natural world.

The Greater Boston Food Bank


The Greater Boston Food Bank works to end hunger here by providing our neighbors in need across 190 cities and towns with the food and resources they need.



REVERB was founded in 2004 by environmentalist Lauren Sullivan and her musician husband, Adam Gardner of Guster.

REVERB partners with Musicians, Festivals and Venues to green their concert events while engaging fans face-to-face at shows to take environmental and social action.

We create and execute comprehensive programs to reduce concert and tour footprints from eliminating single-use water bottles to coordinating local farm food to fueling sustainable biodiesel in tour buses to composting and donating food waste and much more.

In our fan-facing Action Villages, concertgoers connect with local and national non profits and campaigns, fill up at our #RocknRefill free water stations, win prizes like signed guitars and ticket upgrades for taking action, and much more.


Uniting around the music we love, tackling the environmental and social issues we face, REVERB is a 501c3 nonprofit dedicated to empowering millions of individuals to take action toward a better future for people and the planet.

All Hands and Hearts

All Hands and Hearts

When natural disasters strike, we arrive early and stay late to assist affected communities. After listening to local community members to identify greatest needs, we engage our volunteers, partners and the community to immediately assist. We bring in and train volunteers to rebuild disaster-resilient homes, schools and other infrastructure. We also create and implement renewal projects based on the needs of the communities we serve. These projects can range from Disaster Risk Reduction training in Mexico to sanitation and hygiene training and menstrual pad production in Nepal. The aim is to engage community members and build capacity, allowing them to rebuild stronger than before.

To scale our impact, we welcome support in many shapes and sizes. Custom partnerships may include financial support, in-kind products and services, hands-on and skills-based volunteering and co-marketing.

Mass Oyster Project

Mass Oyster Project

The Massachusetts Oyster Project is an all-volunteer nonprofit working to strengthen our coastal environment by restoring native shellfish populations to our beaches and coastal estuaries. Through oyster cultivation, shell recycling, education and advocacy we can improve water quality, increase the diversity of sea life and mitigate the effects of climate change.

Our Mission

The Massachusetts Oyster Project, Inc. is an all-volunteer 501 (c) (3) nonprofit dedicated to improving water quality, marine habitat, coastal resilience, and biodiversity through the reintroduction of oysters into Massachusetts waters.

Surfrider Mass Chapter

Surfrider Mass Chapter

We are the Surfrider Foundation Massachusetts Chapter, an all-volunteer environmental group dedicated to protecting our local ocean, waves, and beaches for all people, and increasing public awareness of these important natural resources. We organize regular events and are currently engaged in a variety of state and local campaigns to help protect our marine and coastal environment. Join us!

Boston Harbor Now

Boston Harbor Now

Our sole focus is realizing Boston Harbor’s potential to benefit our city and region.  Everything we do involves partnering with public agencies, community leaders, businesses and other non-profits.


Boston Harbor Now is working to re-establish Boston as one of the world’s truly great coastal cities.  Everything we do is in partnership with public agencies, communities and private and non-profit partners.

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