Fueling the fight.


Because you’re on a mission to save our planet, and so are our eggs.

Wake up, eat eggs, save the planet.

Back in March, we asked you all to tell us about the Earth Month events you’re organizing or volunteering at. Thank you to everyone who shared their events and the inspiring stories behind them.

Thanks to your submissions, we’re proud to sponsor JUST Egg breakfasts at climate action events across the country this April. We hope these stories in turn inspire you all to do a little bit extra for our planet this month – and all year round.

Our eggs are doing a lot. These people are doing more.


While our plant-based eggs are doing a lot to help the planet, let’s be honest: they’re not going to solve the climate crisis alone. Take a minute to learn more about just a few of the others out there fighting for our future.

Image courtesy of The Solutions Project

Climate Reality Project

Climate Reality Project, founded and chaired by Nobel Laureate and former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, has a mission to share the truth of climate disruption with communities around the world and empower people everywhere with the knowledge and tools to help us create a sustainable future.

We’re partnering with our neighbors in the Bay Area Chapter to support a habitat clean-up volunteering event for Earth Day.

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Image courtesy of Rethink Food

Rethink Food

Founded in 2017, Rethink Food is an NYC-based, national nonprofit organization with the a mission to create a more sustainable and equitable food system.

How does Rethink Food create change?

  • Rethink Food connects community-based organizations with local restaurants, kitchens and corporations to provide nourishing, culturally celebrated meals for food insecure communities in six cities across the US.

  • In NYC, Rethink Food’s sustainable commissary kitchen expertly prepares excess and donated food into chef-quality meals. Rethink Food works with city, state and federal governments to advocate for change at a systemic level, and consults with for-profit companies to help them reach their ESG goals.

The Solutions Project

The Solutions Project (TSP) is a national non-profit organization that funds and amplifies climate justice solutions created by frontline communities building an equitable and regenerative economy.

Along with supporting the work of their grantees, TSP works to change the narrative and norms of climate action and to provide knowledge and resources around climate justice solutions to everyone. For example, in February, they celebrated Black Climate Week for the third year running. Recognized during Black History Month, Black Climate Week honors the innovative climate solutions and environmental justice work that Black people have been leading for years, while simultaneously calling for philanthropies and the media to do a better job investing in the communities most impacted by the climate crisis and centering Black voices from the bottom up and the top down.

Image courtesy of The Solutions Project
Image courtesy of members of the National Pollinator Garden Network

National Pollinator Garden Network

Pollinators are responsible for 1 out of 3 bites of food we take each day, and yet pollinators are at critical point in their own survival. Increasing the number of pollinator-friendly gardens and landscapes is one key part of reviving the health of bees, butterflies, birds, bats and other pollinators across the country.

Do your part for pollinators: Help build on the Million Pollinator Garden Movement or consider a donation to the National Wildlife Federation, which supports a number of programs that engage local communities in pollinator habitat restoration.

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