Proud global partner of 1% for the Planet

Giving back to people, places and the planet

A portion of every policy we sell goes to the planet.

As part of our mission to give back to people, places and the planet, Freely has committed to donating 1% of all our sales (that‘s revenue, not profit!) to pressing environmental and community issues.

That means every time you purchase insurance with Freely, part of your policy cost goes to 1% for the Planet – so that future generations can enjoy the Earth as much as we do.

What is 1% FTP?

1% for the Planet represents a global network of businesses, individuals and organisations who are committed to tackling some of the most pressing issues facing Earth and those who call it home.

The organisation was founded in 2002 by Yvon Chouinard from Patagonia and Craig Matthews from Blue Ribbon Flies, who initially bonded over a shared appreciation for the great outdoors.

Their intention was to prevent greenwashing and compel companies to act responsibly by connecting them with high-impact environmental partners so that collectively, they can be a more powerful driver in solving the world's problems.

Where does the money go?

As a travel insurance and safety app, we at Freely are passionate about giving back to people, places and the planet. After all, without those three glorious things, we wouldn't exist!

To be more specific, we're striving to be better at preserving the natural world for future generations by mitigating the risks of climate change, listening to and actively supporting Indigenous communities around the globe, and empowering people to break the generational poverty cycle through education, micro-finance and health. We are interested in doing so through the lens of intersectionality, which is why we have chosen to partner with the following incredible organisations.

For people

The Hunger Project


The Hunger Project strives to sustainably end world hunger by addressing the heart of the problem: building self-reliance at a grassroots level to mobilise vulnerable communities, empowering women to be key agents of change, and effectively engaging with local government.

For places

Seed Mob


Seed is Australia's first and only Indigenous youth led climate organisation. They are building a movement led by and for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people to protect country, culture and communities from the causes and impacts of climate change. Their vision is for climate justice. They believe that First Nations leadership and self-determination is critical in building and sustaining strong, resilient communities where everyone can thrive.

For the planet

Pacific Wild


Based out of Canada, Pacific Wild is a phenomenal wildlife conservation organisation working to protect ecosystems that sustain biodiversity across the northwest Pacific region and Great Bear Rainforest. By leveraging their many partnerships, Pacific Wild influences policy, public opinion and legislative change to stop the culling of wolves in the British Columbia interior, expose the massive waste and ecological damage of bottom trawling, save Pacific herring and wild salmon, support Indigenous stewardship on the land and ocean, and protect the last ancient forests in their amazing province from logging and habitat fragmentation.