🌏 Safe Earth $20,000 - 10 Week Giveaway 🌏

SafeEarth is proud to announce our new $20,000 giveaway competition. Holders will have the chance to win $1,000 each week and vote for which charity also receives $1,000 as a donation!

The competitions will revolve around past and future donations whilst running across all of our social media channels. Partnered with charities, influencers and promoters, expect the next 10 weeks to be incredibly exciting!

Week 1  

27th August to 3rd September

ProBit Competition

Our first competition revolves around our new ProBit Listing. ProBit is also running a trading competition which is not to be missed to find out more please visit the link below.


Event Duration: 27 August 2021, 09:00 UTC - 8 September 2021, 03:00 UTC

Prize Pool: 800,000,000,000 SAFEEARTH

Community Competition - $1,000

To enter our 1st community competition simply,

Step 1 - Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/SafeEarthETH & Join our telegram community https://t.me/SafeEarthETH

Step 2 - Like, retweet, tag a friend & comment -  #SafeEarth now on ProBit 🌏 on our twitter post -  https://twitter.com/SafeEarthETH/status/1431261783969439746

Step 3 - Once you have posted this comment then fill in this form: https://forms.gle/5bZGDnjkSVJq4AuA6

10 lucky winners of $100 USD will be randomly selected and announced in our telegram community - https://t.me/SafeEarthETH on Friday 3rd September


Our first week will see these 3 charities with a chance of receiving a $1,000 donation. Anyone can vote via our telegram community https://t.me/SafeEarthETH or on our twitter post! One charity will be picked every week to receive the $1000 USD donation. Every week Charities will be carried forward.

Votes on twitter: https://twitter.com/SafeEarthETH/status/1431270258791288834

If you have any recommendations for Charitable causes please get in touch on our website:



Solar Buddy - https://solarbuddy.org/

Solar Buddy began with a vision of putting a solar powered light into the hands of six million children currently living in extreme energy poverty. This will positively impact the lives of 30 million people, as children share the lights with their families.

800 million people worldwide live in energy poverty and have no access to safe and reliable sources of lighting. Energy poverty kills more children each year than malaria and AIDS combined with devastating short and long-term impacts on children, families, and communities.

Health – over two million children die each year from respiratory diseases caused by indoor air pollution, such as the use of kerosene for lighting.

Economic – families without access to electricity can spend up to 40% percent of their income on kerosene.

Education – without access to light, students cannot study after the sun sets, unless through the use of expensive and unhealthy kerosene lighting.

Environmental – kerosene lanterns produce more than 190m tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions annually, equating to emissions from 38 million cars.

Their goal is to achieve this by 2030 with the help and support of visionary partners such as Safe Earth.

Benefits to donors: Humanitarian, Education, Health, Economic and Environment

GiveWell - https://www.givewell.org/

GiveWell is a nonprofit organization dedicated to finding outstanding giving opportunities and publishing the full details of their analysis to help donors decide where to give.

GiveWell started when a group of friends asked how their charitable donations could accomplish as much good as possible. They spend thousands of hours each year reviewing academic evidence and researching different programs to identify the most cost-effective and evidence-backed ones. They focus on finding and recommending a small number of outstanding giving opportunities to help donors save or improve lives the most with their gifts.

GiveWell takes no fees from the donations they process. Their funding is covered by donors who give them unrestricted funds. Their primary fundraising goal is to raise funds for the outstanding organizations that they recommend.They measure their success by the amount of money they can move annually to these organizations.

GiveWell criteria- Evidence of effectiveness, Cost effectiveness, Room for Funding, Transparency

Trees for the Future - https://trees.org/

At Trees for the Future their Goal is to end hunger and poverty by training farmers to regenerate their land.

We lose trees at a rate of 50 soccer fields per minute as our food systems destroy our ecosystems. Most of this degradation occurs in the developing tropics of Africa, Latin America, and South and Southeast Asia where hundreds of millions of chronically-hungry, smallholder farming families unknowingly use destructive and short-sighted agricultural practices that further degrade their communities trees, soil, water and biodiversity. This makes them even more likely to migrate and more vulnerable to the climate changes that lie ahead. It becomes a cycle.

The Forest Garden Program is a simple, replicable, and scalable approach with proven success.  Through their 4-year training program, called the Forest Garden Approach, farmers plant thousands of trees that protect and bring nutrients back to the soil. This helps farmers grow a variety of fruits and vegetables. Forest Garden farmers gain increases in income and access to food, even in the first year, all while improving the environment.

Using a forest garden approach, they work with farmers to plant thousands of trees to restore land so they can grow a variety of fruits and vegetables. They plan to plant 1 billion trees by 2030 with the help of supporters and partners such as Safe Earth.

Benefits created- Prevent flooding and erosion, capture carbon and other greenhouse gasses, restore biodiversity, promote sustainable farming, reduce poverty, less reliance on aid, empowering women and encouraging education