DearTomorrow is inspiring people to send open letters, photos and videos about climate change to loved ones living in the future. These letters are shared with friends and family to open up a conversation about why we must act now on climate change. We are also building an archive to preserve this important moment for future generations. These messages will be released in the years 2030 and 2050.
DearTomorrow has been featured by Vox.com, TED, Public Radio International, Al Jazeera Plus, the MIT Climate CoLab, Virgin.com, BeforetheFlood.com, Yale Climate Communications, and Origin Magazine, among others.
Jill Kubit, Co-Founder & Director
Jill is the director and co-founder of DearTomorrow. After spending a decade working with the US labor movement on climate change at Cornell University’s ILR School, Jill has become fascinated with how to best engage people on climate change. Jill is deeply committed to building new ideas, projects and organizations to explore this question and brings many organizational development skills to her work, including: fundraising, building partnerships, developing strategy, teaching, writing, organizing events, and managing projects. A mom to an energetic 3 year old, Jill was inspired to build DearTomorrow from the first moment she heard the idea. Jill’s work has recently been featured by Vox.com, TEDNYC, and Public Radio International. email@example.com
Trisha Shrum, Ph.D., Co-Founder
Trisha is co-founder of DearTomorrow and a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Colorado Earth Lab. She earned her Ph.D. in Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School specializing in behavioral science and environmental economics. In her work on how moral frames and time preference affect support for climate change policy, she developed the fundamental concept that underlies DearTomorrow. She credits her own daughter, Eleanor, and Christiana Figueres for the critical inspiration. She holds a B.A. in Environmental Science and a B.S. in Biology from the University of Kansas and a Masters in Environmental Science at the Yale School of Forestry. Trisha has been studying and analyzing climate change policy for nearly a decade. firstname.lastname@example.org
Casey Davis, Archivist
Casey is an audiovisual archivist and works as Project Manager for the American Archive of Public Broadcasting at WGBH Educational Foundation. Casey is founder of ProjectARCC, a task force of archivists striving to motivate the archival community to take action against climate change. She believes that archivists — those responsible for preserving history for future generations — should be as passionate and concerned about climate change and ensuring the preservation of a habitable planet for future generations. She holds an MLIS with a concentration in Archives Management from Louisiana State University and a B.A. in History from University of Southern Mississippi.
Social media by Grinia Bradwell.
Logo design by Nancy Mendoza.
Website by E. James Ford.
Communications coordination by Christina McCoy.
Portuguese translation and Brazilian social media by Cica Viana.
A special thanks to Sebastian Serra, Jennie Hatch, Brooke Suter and Claudia Doblinger for helping to set the groundwork for DearTomorrow from day one.
Our work for 2017 and 2018 is supported by the KR Foundation, individual donors and crowdfunding.
Founding Investors: $5000+
3 Anonymous donors
Monica Ramirez & Scott Derome- for Blu!
Alan & Michele Lamb
Sam & Annabelle Schiller
Joyce & Jon
Jack & Betty
Glenn Grimshaw & Kent Larson
Will & Jamie Toraason
6 Anonymous donors
Jocelyn & Tom
Donald R. Sadoway
Tom & Beth Nolan
Sweta & Mike Wexler
Mark & Mimi Gabriel
Myrish and Eloi
Deb Teng & Brian Mannett
Georgia Hollister Isman
Bill & Eileen Glaser
Jeff, Kristen, Evan, Isaac & Keira
Danielle, Damien & Paloma
Amy, Jake & Wyatt
5 Anonymous donors
Join Our Team
Join us by writing and sharing a message to the future and inviting others to do the same.
Support us by becoming a founding funder. Donate to our crowd funding campaign today or become a monthly donor.
We are also looking for volunteers with the following skills:
- Graphic and website design
- Fundraising and/or grant writing
- Strong organizational skills for archive development
Contact us if you want to use your skills to change the way the world thinks about climate change.