Parents for Climate Aotearoa

Parents for Climate Aotearoa

Talking about shared problems is powerful and we need your support to keep delivering our Let's Talk Climate workshops in our communities.


Parents for Climate Aotearoa believes in the power of community-led solutions for local climate change impacts. We want to see all children thrive in communities grounded in hope and trust through generations working together to build strong relationships and local led solutions.

Right now, many of us are struggling to know how to talk about climate change - what it means for our families and our children's future. We are feeling anxious about raising our kids in a rapidly changing climate. We are seeing the impacts of climate change on a daily basis in Aotearoa and around the world, and this is resulting in poor mental health in our young people and caregivers.

That’s the bad news.

The good news is you are not alone and together we can do something about it. As parents the best thing we can do is talk about climate change with the people we care about, in a way that supports their mental wellbeing (and ours!) We provide parents with in person and online workshops to develop the skills to both talk with and listen to your children about climate change and their anxieties. We also provide ongoing peer to peer support so we can help each other raise emotionally resilient children in these rapidly changing times.

Talking about shared problems is powerful. We need your support to keep delivering our Let’s Talk Climate programme, and equip people with the skills to confidently talk about climate change with their children and communities. Your donation today will help make change.

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At Parents for Climate Aotearoa we commit to restoring the balance of nature and leaving things in a better place than we found them. We will do everything in our power to ensure all our children thrive in a healthy climate.

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Another annual crowdfunding campaign done and dusted!  18 November 2023

Thank you so much to our current and new supporters for getting behind us during the final ever Generosity Generator Crowdfunding campaign. We raised over half the amount we need to keep the lights on and to keep working on bringing Let's Talk Climate to you. We have now switched over to our regular donation page that is kept open throughout the year for one off donations or regular monthly support.

Also a big thank you beautiful people for believing in our mahi and supporting us. For seeing that talking about climate change, the problem, the solutions and everything in between also helps us deepen our understanding around the root causes which in turn aids us in having those broader hard conversations we need to have as a society.

Your ongoing support will help us run workshops in more places and spaces and also run really cool events like the one pictured at Everybody Eats where people come together to kōrero over kai, connect and strengthen relationships.

Please feel free to contact us at or keep an eye on our website (new one in development with loads of fantastic resources) Also share with your friends and whānau who might like to support us too!

Thank you so much again,

Alicia and Olivia x

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Carmen on 18 Nov 2023
You do awesome work!
Julie on 28 Oct 2023
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Thank you so much for your support Julie!

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