We bring leading-edge knowledge and practical experience in making regenerative agriculture, agroforestry, and related technologies financially viable for smallholding communities while prioritizing their well-being. We advocate for policy reforms, amplify marginal farmer voices, advocate on behalf of, and expand opportunities for indigenous and local communities to thrive. A key component of our work is creating an inclusive, high-quality, nature-based carbon credit system that directs benefits to smallholder farmers, indigenous people, and local communities.
Together, we can advance climate action, protect the planet, and empower vulnerable frontline communities. By harnessing the power of nature-based solutions and regenerative agriculture, we can center smallholder farmers at the forefront of climate-positive growth, protect the environment, and uplift communities.
We are privileged to draw support from dynamic funders and philanthropists. The Tawingo Fund, Autodesk Foundation, and the Montpelier Foundation collectively and generously covered our initial start-up costs. The Skoll Foundation has generously provided anchor funding over two years. King Philanthropies, Ezrah Trust, Vitol Foundation, and Imago Dei have provided additional support to fund our operations.
We are actively inviting support from donors to close a funding gap of approximately $1M to cover our operational expenses over two years. If you are interested in supporting our work, please contact us.
The CASH Coalition’s leadership group consists of the senior leader of each core member organization.
The leadership group has elected an Executive Committee (EC). The EC meets weekly and pulls in other members or external partners as necessary. It is comprised of:
- Debbie Aung Din (Proximity Designs)
- Heiner Baumann (CASH Coalition)
- Willy Foote (Root Capital)
- Michael Jenkins (Forest Trends)
- Chris Jochnick (Landesa)
- Jim Taylor (Proximity Designs)
Mailing Address: c/o Panorama Global – 2101 4th Ave, #2100, Seattle, WA 98212, USA