VOICES FOR THE AMAZON

Anthem for the Amazon

Anthem for the Amazon is collaboration to unite the world in a compelling call to action to save the world’s greatest rainforest through the universal language of music. 500 children from 50 different countries around the world came together to sing this global anthem and stand up for the Amazon rainforest. We hope you’ll sing along with them.

Meet the Voices

Thomas Grieser

Thomas Grieser

Sophia Bereaud

Sophia Bereaud

Nina Tavares

Nina Tavares

Esha Nijhoff Asser

Esha Nijhoff Asser

Jenna Bulanov

Jenna Bulanov

Ethan Walsh

Ethan Walsh

Darwin Harris

Darwin Harris

Elisabeth Crawford

Elisabeth Crawford

Elisa Pinto

Elisa Pinto

Carolina Shott

Carolina Shott

Krystal Gentle

Krystal Gentle

Kathryn Fernandopulle

Kathryn Fernandopulle

News

Sarah duPont honored by ImpactMania as a Woman of Impact

2017: Sarah duPont, mom of four, educator, filmmaker, and founder of Amazon Aid foundation, was honored last year by Impactmania as a "Woman of Impact." Impactmania is an online platform featuring people and projects that drive cultural, social, and economic impact....

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Amazon Aid attends Vatican conference focusing on Pope Francis’ landmark environmental encyclical Praise Be

Sarah duPont of Amazon Aid Foundation attended the conference observing the anniversary of LAUDATO SI’: ON CARE FOR OUR COMMON HOME in early July. This follows a visit Sarah made to the Vatican in February 2018 to screen Amazon Aid’s documentary River of Gold for a group of the Pope’s environmental advisors. The film focuses on illegal gold mining in Peru and the environmental consequences for the Amazon rainforest and the indigenous people of the region.

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UN Hosts River of Gold Screening June 5th

Narrated by Academy Award winners Sissy Spacek and Herbie Hancock, River of Gold is the disturbing account of a clandestine journey bearing witness to the apocalyptic destruction of the rainforest in the pursuit of illegally mined gold.

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Live Harmoniously

The Amazon rainforest has been the home to Indigenous peoples since the first settlement at Brazil’s Caverna da Pedra Pintada over 11,200 years ago! Currently, about 400 individual tribes still call the Amazon their home. Each of these tribes is incredibly complex and...

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