Your Gift Makes A Difference

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Pesticide Action Network membership signals your commitment to a world free from toxic pesticides. PAN offers annual memberships, the Sustainers Circle (pledge program), Leadership Circle (engaged major donors), a Business Supporter Program, and for organizations, a Partners Program.

What your dollars do

A donation to PAN advances alternatives to pesticides worldwide. We provide regular updates of how your money is making a difference in the world. Pesticide Action Network North America is a tax-exempt non-profit organization and your donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. We are transparent, accountable to the public, and we encourage you to review our annual program and financial reports, annual audit and IRS documents.

PAN North America membership includes the PAN North America newsletter published four times a year; opportunities to take action for change; invitations to special events, and resources for communities, families, advocates, media and researchers.

PAN’s approach

We combine grassroots science and public will campaigns to force global phaseouts of highly hazardous pesticides and take back our food system. We promote solutions that protect the health of communities and the environment. Our work advances environmental justice, sustainable agriculture, food sovereignty and democracy across North America and around the world.


We encourage you to explore our website for information on current campaigns, and highly recommend visiting What’s On My Food and our Pesticide Info Database, the world’s largest online database for current toxicity and regulatory information for pesticides.

Your support keeps PAN strong and independent. Since 1982, people like you have won victories through international treaties banning the most hazardous pesticides, national campaigns to take back our food system, and local laws protecting the health of children and families.
 

 

We measure our success and progress by asking:

  • Are affected parties, including family farmers, farmworkers and diverse communities engaged in identifying problems, solutions and strategies?
  • What positive policy changes are we winning? Is pesticide use increasing or decreasing? Are effective alternatives being adopted? What do these indicators tell us about the next actions needed?

Want to know more?

We want to ensure that you have the information and resources to make an informed donation for a world free from toxic pesticides, today and for generations to come. If you have a question that is not provided here, please contact our Development Department, or call us at 415-981-1771.