The United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals provide a guiding blueprint but to achieve them requires input from the full spectrum of global society. This demands that new stakeholders are rallied and empowered to engage in environmental action, policymaking, and governance. This includes faith actors, who have long been on the peripheries of secular multinational organizations, despite their tangible contributions in core areas of sustainable development and the immense influence faith continues to have throughout the world. Notably, and this is the primary focus of this paper, faith-based organizations share intrinsic notions of moral responsibility and human rights with multilateral organizations such as the UN, with their work grounded in strong spiritual ethics. The UNFPA notes that even seemingly secular organizations are “guided by values and ideologies, not always made transparent” and often originating in religious principles and values (UNFPA, 2014).