Our annual report is now available at the bottom of this article for 2015. Thank you to all of our supporters for a great year.
We believe it is important to move people from awareness to action, so we provide ways to learn and contribute. We convene forums to share best practices, offer speaking engagements on a range of environmental topics, and outreach to the public through the Earth Day Challenge. While we believe that traditional workplace giving is an important part of our business model, the Earth Day Challenge (www.earthdaychallenge.org) broadens our reach into more companies, more organizations such as colleges, schools, clubs and more community groups. There is no other program like this that supports the environmental community.
volunteer hours donated to steward and restore forested areas, green spaces in communities , public lands, trails and city parks. Volunteer events bring people together to accomplish shared goals all while contributing to a more sustainable and beautiful Pacific Northwest.
Increase in wild and scenic land designations protecting wildlife statewide since 2008.
children learned about environmental stewardship, hands-on science, nature and conservation through field trips, summer camps, and mobile classrooms.
in local spending generated by Solarize campaigns, bolstering local economies and the growing renewable energy sector.
mercury-containing lights collected for recycling by LightRecycle Washington, which our members helped create, in 2015
gallons of water per year returned to Washington watersheds improving flows and survival rates for fish across 16 critical basins in Washington