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Become a member

Currently, BluoVerda offers two membership options:

Become an active member to join our team and help to shape BluoVerda’s work. This is free of charge, but also all our members work pro-bono. However, getting in contact with local people and monitor projects is highly exciting and rewarding at the same time. Just send us an email or fill in our contact form below. 

You can become a supportive member through an annual membership fee. This is agreat opportunity for companies, or those who want to support the good cause but do not have time to actively participate. The donations are tax deductable.

Please write us to get more information about how to become a member as well as other ways to engage in the conservation of natural landscapes in Latin America.

How to support out work?

At the moment we offer two main ways to directly get involved in our operations. We offer the options to adopt an ancient tree in the Amazon rainforest, or to make direct contributions to help us to fund our environmental or social projects.

Choose a project you want to donate for

Click on "choose project" or simply scroll up to choose out of one of our projects you can donate for.

Our Bank Details

Bluoverda is a non-profit organization

BluoVerda is a non-profit organization. All contributions are tax deductible. If you need a donation receipt please contact us via email (

Donate to our bank account / Paypal

Account Name: BluoVerda Deutschland e.V.

IBAN: DE 35 8502 0500 0003 6672 00
Bank für Sozialwirtschaft


What is happening at the moment?

“Neeeeehh” - I heard a loud roaring sound kilometers away in the otherwise quiet part of the Amazon, followed by a dull “Pruughhhh”. A new and more innovative generation of tree poachers, illegal miners and farmers have entered Madre de Dios national park in Peru. Despite protection agreements, this uncontrolled region at the borders of Brazil and Bolivia is under threat and calling for our help. While those criminal groups have different purposes to be there, they all have the same approaches to reach their aim: The destruction and exploitation of the Amazon rainforest.

Together with our local guide we walked through the dense paths of the Amazon jungle. When I say “we” I mean me, the guide and two more environmentalists who want to understand the happening and the importance of this region. It was a hot and humid afternoon. One could hear the mosquitoes buzzing around our heads. Sweat was running from my face. I used my right hand to clear the sweat from my face when suddenly: “This is a mahogany tree” - our guide interrupted the jungle sounds. “This tree can reach up to 350  years and is highly valuable for animals such as macaws, monkeys and jaguars. The trade in Peru has been broadly illegal by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) since 2003 and is only allowed to be shipped with a permit. But still, it is estimated that around 2,000 tons of it make it to the US each year. “They have no idea that they drive deforestation and eliminate local tribes from their habitat when buying these” he added. I inspected the tree. It stood tall and perfectly straight in front of me. “Okay guys, let's keep moving, we don't want to be at one location for too long”. Eventually, I will later find out what this actually means. We continued walking along the Madre de Dios River. 

Environmentalists and volunteers often put themselves, and their relatives in danger. In 2020, at least 227 environmentalists were killed worldwide. Meanwhile Peru, Brazil, Mexico and Colombia are among the countries with the most environmentalists missing or being killed annually. Often whole families receive threats from gangs or big corporations in form of hitmen to keep out of their businesses. The funds for these illegal operations are granted by multimillion-dollar companies, drug cartels and privateers. Often, these operations happen under the supervision of bribed local politicians and authorities. 

What does BluoVerda do to change this situation?

Many people know what is happening but are too afraid to act. This is a perfect example of how money reigns the world and shows how difficult it is to combat all of that. Not only do we want to bring transparency to the locals, but also show the consumers what they are doing with their consumption. We, as BluoVerda e.V. actively get involved in the whole process and try to solve one of the world's most significant issues by bringing available technology in workshops & webinars closer to locals and people of interest (click here for our projects). By doing so we have managed to save 1200 sq km of pristine Amazon rainforest. We empower local livelihood and help them to protect their region from social and environmental challenges.  You can be part of the change!

Why should you support us?

Simply, because together with your help, we successfully can protect pristine tropical rainforest and animal habitats from illegal logging and mining activities for agricultural purposes and natural resource extraction. We need your support to work toward stopping the extinction of species and the exploitation of our rainforest. With your financial contribution,  we actively will manage campaigns against deforestation and clearance of tropical rainforests. These put us in the front line against illegal miners as well as big corporations. Your donation is our guarantor for driving volunteers to act boldly and with conviction against pollution, logging and other illegal activities in places where conservation laws are not respected and wildlife desperately needs our help. 

BluoVerda e.V. is a Non-Profit Organization that stands for transparency.  At least 93% of the donations reach the affected areas. Our donors give directly to environmental causes—meaning there’s no middleman between us and our nonprofit partner(s)- and this is a promise. In the following illustration on the right side we break down your funds and their allotment.

To save the rainforests around the world means to ensure decent living conditions for you , as well as for your children and future generations. Be part of the global change and have an impact on a local level. Together we monitor, protect and restore important rainforests and endangered ecosystems and livelihoods. You can also be #blueandgreen and support us on our mission! Thank you!

In case you can not help with donations, here are 10 behaviour adjustments that can make an impact:

Eliminate deforestation from your diet

Meaning to avoid products with palm oil as well as reducing your meat consumption (especially beef & fish / become a veggie)

Avoid products made from rare woods

Avoid prodducts made of Mahogany,Maple, Blackwood, Ashwood etc 

Avoid buying products made from rare metals or diamonds

Instead ask for recycled gold or lab-grown diamonds for example.

Use certified products

Always search for certified products, not just in the super market but also most products nowadays come with an impact-scale. 

Buy locally grown food

Pay a visit to the local farmers market or buy locally sourced products in the supermarket.

Buy at companies that give back

Donations, tree plantig, community support etc. 

Keep your carbon fingerprint low

You can check your carbon finger/footprint online. Maybe you need to adjust your day-to-day life.

Work against corruption

Corruption is one of the biggest problems in our society. We carefully need to stop corrupt people & businesses. Not supporting them is already a start. 

Do volunteer work

Volunteer work can have a huge environmentally & communal impact in your region. A plus point here is that you receive good carma points and also extend your network.

Spread awareness of the topic

Spread awareness of current hot topics on social media or via different chanels. Just be careful to not spread misinformation or fake news! 

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