One Earth One People aims to build a global team to create positive change,
networking youth with their peers as they share knowledge and spread our all-
inclusive, interdisciplinary concepts around the world.
Our mission empowers youth to take charge of their own future. Through hands-on
education, quality mentoring and opportunities for personal growth, youth
strengthen their commitment to think, learn and act, working together locally and
nationally to sustain a healthy planet for all life.
Our 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, founded in Cincinnati, OH in 1990, received
local and national acclaim. Due to a personal tragedy in our Executive Director's
family, activity was postponed from 2002-2017.
We are facing an environmental disaster from single-use plastic bags. Between
1995-2002, The Kroger Co., in partnership with One Earth One People, sold 17,000
cloth bags in its stores as part of the Youth Cloth Bag Project in the Greater
Cincinnati, OH / Northern Kentucky area. Consumers were inspired by the printed
drawings, created by K-12 art students on our bags. The drawings were displayed in
sponsoring stores, schools and public facilities.
Now we are re-launching our Youth Cloth Bag Project, aiming to change shoppers'
habits from single-use plastic bags to cloth bags. We ask you to join us to help
reduce the massive accumulation of plastic bags in our waterways and oceans.
When aquatic wildlife consumes the plastics, they not only endanger their health
but ours as well.
Please visit www.oeop.org to find out more!
Make check donations payable to One Earth One People
510 Meadowmont Village Circle, Ste. 309
Chapel Hill, NC 27517