4terra.org is a 501(c)(3) corporation

There is currently over 620,000 square miles of trash floating in our oceans.

It is called the Great Pacific Garbage Patch

4terra.org operates as a 501(c)(3) entity, receiving support from both individual donors and corporate sponsors.

In addition to our environmental initiatives, we house an online store featuring sustainably crafted products. As experts in producing Special Events and traditional fundraisers, 4terra invites businesses to collaborate with us, emphasizing a collective commitment to solutions for our planet.

At 4terra, transparency is our mantra. We're gearing up for a digital public funding round in the foreseeable future. Be part of the change with 4terra.org.

  • Who Are We?

    4terra.org, is committed to leading a transformative journey towards a sustainable future for humanity. Anchored in Northern California, near the heart of the state's
    vibrant capital, our mission is to inspire and implement solutions that create a harmonious balance between human progress and the health of our planet. We strive to
    cultivate a global community that values, respects, and actively cares for the Earth, ensuring a thriving, resilient world for generations to come. Through education,
    innovation, and collaborative action, we aim to ignite a widespread commitment to environmental stewardship and sustainable living, making our planet a safer,
    healthier, and more equitable home for all its inhabitants.

  • Our Noble Mission

    A visionary environmental nonprofit media company, passionately committed to the noble mission of illuminating the critical issues that shape our planet's future,
    fostering greater awareness and understanding through the power of insightful journalism, transformative storytelling, and innovative multimedia, with an unwavering
    dedication to catalyzing positive change, nurturing sustainability, and safeguarding our shared natural heritage for generations to come, as we humbly seek support
    from the federal government to fortify our vital work in championing the preservation of our world.

  • The Adventures of Big Red Beet: A Tale of Vitality & Sustainability

    The character you've presented, the Big Red Beet, is a vibrant and engaging mascot that could be part of the storytelling to embody the themes of health, vitality,
    and sustainability. It could serve as a symbol that connects the ideas of organic energy (O'Qi), environmental stewardship (4terra.org), and nutrition. Let's envision
    a storyline where the Big Red Beet plays a central role

  • Revitalizing Nonprofit Media and Messaging

    The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) issued a report in 2011 highlighting a decline in local accountability reporting and the need for nonprofit media to
    address educational needs. The report noted confusion surrounding IRS regulations for nonprofit media, hindering innovation. A group convened by the Council on
    Foundations, with support from the Knight Foundation, proposed modernizing IRS criteria to focus on community benefit rather than outdated operational distinctions.
    They recommended maintaining key differences between for-profit and nonprofit media while encouraging innovation to enhance nonprofit news, particularly in
    accountability journalism. Additionally, merging concepts from 4terra.org, O'Qi, and a vibrant character could effectively convey messages of environmental
    responsibility, personal well-being, and sustainable energy.