Green America Announces |
“Green Grants” Contest
Four grants will be provided to local projects
nationwide that benefit people and the planet.
Nominations close on June 7.
May 12, 2010
WASINGTON, DC — National Nonprofit Green America has announced that it will award four “Green Grants” to local projects in the United States that support its mission of creating a socially just and environmentally sustainable economy. Green America will provide one Grand Prize of $2,500 and three First Prizes of $1,000. Projects do not need to be run by nonprofits. Nominations will be accepted through June 7 at http://www.greenamericatoday.org/greengrants/index_form.cfm. Green America’s members will then be invited to vote on the top ten nominees (as chosen by Green America staff), and the winners will be selected in late July.
“Green America is excited to provide Green Grants to innovative green projects around the country,” says Green America’s Director of Corporate Responsibility Todd Larsen. “We’re looking forward to nominations from local schools, civic associations, religious groups, business owners, and anyone else who has a great green project that could use a small financial boost.”
Projects can use the Green Grant awards to support their work in any way, and will just need to report back to Green America how the grant made a difference in their work.
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