From artists to artisans and dazzling teams of volunteers, Wildbiyoo 2020 was made possible by the inspiring community of changemakers who contributed their time, talent and love to sowing the seeds of change.
Transparency is the only measure of success.
Because nothing should come at the cost of our environment, we've decided to publish our full financial, philanthropic and environmental impact reports below so you can see for yourself exactly where Wildbiyoo money was invested. Our hope is to inspire a more open, circular and sustainable economy based on the protection of natural ecosystems across the planet.
The breakdown of the waste produced during Wildbiyoo 2020. That means 98% waste diverted from the landfill — not bad! Thank you for an impressive community effort to help us make Wildbiyoo a zero-waste festival, and a huge applaud to V-Recycle for sponsoring our entire waste management process!
Read more for a detailed breakdown of the waste.
FINANCES & FUNDRAISER
5,844 Rps Leftover
The amount of profit left in our bank account to cover basic needs for our next edition. Money is only as good as the good it creates. We've poured ever last penny into making Wildbiyoo 2020 happen, and in so doing, we're joining the ranks of inspiring projects across the world sponsoring a more regenerative economy that gives back as much as it takes.
10,000 Rps Donated
The modest amount of money raised by Wildbiyoo 2020 for Arannya Environment Research Organisation to help them adopt a school in Canacona district in South Goa. It's less than we were hoping for, but an important first step towards a financial model built on redistribution of profits towards high-impact projects and changemakers.
Read a more detailed report of our finances