Dr. Michael Milnes is an award-winning physical therapist presently living and working in Rochester, MN. He’s also an Ironman triathlete and an award-winning volunteer. In 2017, he began fundraising to fight climate change.
“I really try to be an ever-evolving philanthropist,” said Dr. Michael Milnes of Rochester, MN. “That’s why I started fundraising to plant trees, save animals and otherwise stop climate change. It’s a topic that people ignore because, subconsciously, it’s so weighty, but that’s exactly why I can’t look the other way. I’ve already raised thousands of dollars to save Earth.”
Aside from raising money, one of the best things you can do to help reverse climate change is to enter a career associated with protecting the planet. Raising awareness with as many people as you can also makes an excellent impact, as does volunteering with green organizations to plant trees, pick up litter and otherwise do your part in saving Earth.
If you hope to follow Dr. Michael Milnes’s lead and fundraise in your community as he did in Rochester, MN, contact local organizations and ask how you can help. This’ll provide insight into how fundraising works so you can make your own efforts even more effective.