Organic Consumers Association

Campaigning for health, justice, sustainability, peace, and democracy

It's a Match!

Our real problem is not a heating planet or rampant malnutrition…We only have one real problem: Our own feelings of powerlessness to manifest the solutions right in front of our noses. - Frances Moore Lappé, from her book “Getting a Grip 2: Clarity, Creativity and Courage for the World We Really Want"

For decades, we’ve watched as corporations like Monsanto, Dow, Syngenta, Exxon, Coca-Cola, Cargill and others have committed crimes against our health and our environment.

While fraudulently claiming to be offering consumers “modern solutions” these companies have brought us only toxic, nutrient-deficient food, poisoned rivers and streams, and an epidemic of cancer and other diseases.

Together, they’ve pushed us to the brink of an environmental, public health and climate disaster.

It’s time to push back, as never before.

We know what the solutions are. They’re right in front of our noses . . . and under our feet.

Regenerative agriculture can feed the world and cool the planet. Empowering farmers to work with the natural world to grow nutrient-dense food will help restore public health and revive local economies.

We, as consumers, have the power to support a much-needed paradigm shift in our food and farming system.

But we have to organize for BIG change. Now.

Our loyal allies in the fight for a better food system—Mercola.com and Dr. Bronner’s—have once again pledged to match the first $250,000 raised during our year-end fundraising campaign. Please donate by midnight December 31 to help us take advantage of this generous offer.

Donate to the Organic Consumers Association (tax-deductible, helps support our work on behalf of organic standards, fair trade and public education)

Donate to the Organic Consumers Fund (non-tax-deductible, but necessary for our GMO labeling legislative efforts)

Support OCA's Regeneration International Project (tax-deductible, helps support our work on behalf of organic, regenerative agriculture and climate change)

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