On December 1, 2020, people all around the world are coming together to tap into the power of human connection to strengthen communities and change our world. Will you be one of them? The Southeast Climate & Energy Network (SCEN) will be participating in GivingTuesday and we need your help to raise $15k until the end of the year! 

Monthly Donation Levels

  • Climate Supporter - $10 monthly will help 1 emerging climate leader undergo a capacity building training

  • Climate Educator - $25 monthly will help pay for stipends to volunteer organizers for the Southern Communities for Green New Deal program

  • Climate Ambassador - $50 monthly supports the recording, editing and promotion of the new Climate Justice Y’all podcast

  • Climate Activist - $100 monthly supports 1 SCEN grassroots member organization for their work in frontline, low-income communities

  • Climate Leader - $200 monthly supports 2 SCEN grassroots member organizations for their work in frontline, low-income communities

  • Climate Champion - $500 monthly supports our Bi-Annual Convening that gathers over 60+ organizations to induce change across 12 states in the Southeast


  • Donate

  • Spread the word! Encourage your friends and family to join you in creating a real impact in December by sharing what our mission means to you and why you support SCEN

  • Share our campaign through Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Make sure to use the hashtag #GivingTuesday and #GivingSCEN and tag us so we can share!

As a token of appreciation for your donation we will be sending you one of the following items. If you have a specific item request, please email us at: 


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  • Prepared Southern Communities for a Green New Deal policy platform in partnership with Gulf Coast Center for Law and Policy, Dogwood Alliance, and Kingdom Living Temple, and multiple organizations and networks throughout the South

  • Created its first ever RFP “Film in the Field” in partnership with Exposure Labs

  • Became a member of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) and sponsored the participation of 20+ co-op members in this organization’s annual meeting who otherwise would not have had the opportunity to attend

  • FRESH energy and Environmental working groups implemented programatic and network weaving activities for the 4th consecutive year 

  • Created a third working group in partnership with the Southeast Faith Leaders Network that works on the intersectionality between faith and climate

  • Created a first iteration of an asset map to assess the networks’ membership strengths and areas of improvement

  • Increased its membership by 39%

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