Donate to CCL

CCL Canada is a non-profit, non-partisan, grassroots advocacy organization focused on national policies to address climate change.

Guided by core values of optimism, relationships, integrity, personal power, diversity, and being non-partisan, our volunteers foster meaningful relationships within the community and with leaders on the climate file. We aim to build consensus, and with it, lasting change.

Please consider donating $20, $50, $100, $500, or $1000 to CCL Canada today.

Graciously, we have a matching donation of $5,000 for a donation campaign that will run from June 15 to Canada Day. Please stay tuned here for updates on that campaign. 

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About CCL Canada

Since its inception in 2010, CCL Canada has lobbied relentlessly for Ottawa to adopt carbon fee and dividend. Over the years our members have logged well over 1300 meetings with parliamentarians and have generated well over three thousand five hundred letters to the editors, opinion pieces, editorials, and articles about the climate crisis and carbon pricing.

On October 16, 2018, Senator Grant Mitchell said to us, “You are one of the most successful lobbying groups I have worked with because you are about to get what you lobbied for.”

On Tuesday, October 23, 2018, Canada enacted a form of carbon fee and dividend which needed some improvements, so we continued to lobby our parliamentarians.


On Friday, December 11, 2020, improvements to Canada’s carbon pricing policy were announced.  We were ecstatic when we read about the improvements they made. The government of Canada pretty much cut and pasted what we had lobbied our MPs for. Now, Canada has the comprehensive carbon fee and dividend policy on the planet and our volunteers played a key role.

Our work is not done. And it never will be done. Democracy requires healthy engagement between citizens and politicians and our climate is still in jeopardy.

If you are blessed with financial abundance, then please consider donating to Citizens’ Climate Lobby.

Donations to Citizens’ Climate Lobby are not tax-deductible because we lobby which a non-charitable activity.

We are building on over 10 years of institutional wisdom by the best volunteer lobbyists on the planet. The proof is the pudding. We got what we lobbied for. Unconditional giving and belief in humanity are why we have succeeded. Together, we have laid the foundation for an organization that is changing the course of history through healthy and evidence-based lobbying by citizens with their parliamentarians.

Help CCL Canada Grow

We are growing. We are raising money to run in-person conferences post-COVID.

Why donate today?

Time is running out to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and mitigate their impacts. Pivotally, with the right policies, including pricing carbon as a core component of a cost-effective climate plan, countries like Canada can become a leader in tackling climate change. Let’s make sure Canada builds back better from the COVID crisis.

Your financial contributions at this critical juncture in world history will literally mean the world to us.

How to donate

You can make out your cheque to “Citizens’ Climate Lobby Canada” and mail it to:

Citizens’ Climate Lobby Canada
435 Notre Dame Ave, Lower Floor
Sudbury ON
P3C 5K6
Att’n: Cathy Orlando-Mathur

Or you can  donate directly to our Canadian account at Paypal:

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  • Citizens’ Climate Lobby volunteers are some of the best volunteers on the planet. Their commitment to the climate over the long term is unparalleled in the climate crisis.
  • Across Canada, we have been meeting monthly on regularly scheduled teleconference calls since September 2010.
  • Donations made to CCL USA from Canada now stay in the USA.
  • A board pre-approves all expenditures
  • A board approves all withdrawals of money
  • Two people must co-sign to remove money from our national account
  • We hope this year to finally start paying someone to do the work behind the scenes.


We are grateful to our donors. We would never have been able to conduct five national conferences, three smaller national conferences, four Ontario regional conferences, and lobby collectively 14 times on Parliament Hill since 2011 without their unconditional giving and trust.