Our groups work locally to protect and preserve human health and all aspects of our environment. EarthShare Texas also protects its donors by ensuring that each of its member groups adheres to strict eligibility criteria, and operates with the highest possible ethical and professional standards.
EarthShare Texas’ member groups represent the most respected and responsible environmental and conservation organizations in the country.
What Our Members Say
“EarthShare Texas has enabled the San Marcos River Foundation to greatly expand its volunteer activities to beautify the river and open our award-winning citizen science water quality training program to a statewide audience. Funding from Earthshare supporters allowed us to hire a part-time volunteer coordinator who could deal with a large number of volunteers regularly monitoring along the San Marcos River and create new programs, including invasive plant removals using kayaks, a course on improving water quality specifically designed for riverside landowners and expanding regular trash clean ups to city creeks that run into the river. Funding from Earthshare enabled us to expand our outreach in the community and offer easy and convenient opportunities for individuals or groups to become involved in the protection of their watershed.”
“It’s an honor and a privilege to join hands with the more than 30 statewide EarthShare Texas organizations that are raising awareness and inspiring every Texan to adopt bold environmental and conservation strategies to ensure our children inherit a diverse, resilient, clean energy future. TXSES is honored to be one of EarthShare Texas’ statewide environmental organizations with a shared focus on protecting our air, building healthy, resilient communities with a diverse clean energy workforce and laying the foundation for a strong solar-powered Texas.”
“As growth booms in communities across the Texas Hill Country, the Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance is here to provide recommendations and support for best practices to manage new development and protect our water resources. To continue this work we rely on donations from hundreds of Texans, including payroll-giving donations made through EarthShare of Texas. We are sincerely grateful to ESTX for being a generous and reliable source of support for our organization. ESTX contributes greatly to the stability of the Aquifer Alliance and, we believe Texas is better for it!”