Grants support available for charities submitting their Certification Application
before July 1, 2011 (extended due to support from the RK Mellon Family Foundation)
Sanofi-Aventis has made a generous contribution to GreenNonprofits.org to support the Green Nonprofits 2011 Initiative. This includes support for up to 50% of the application submission fees for charities seeking certification.
Click here to email application for grant approval.
The first step is to create your certification profile online and start earning points. You only need 100 points to become certified. You can start earning points right way.
CLICK HERE FOR OUR ONLINE POINT SAVER AND APPLICATION
NOTE: You may also download the PDF application and submit via fax to 206-203-4758
The centerpiece of the GreenNonprofit movement is for each charity to become certified. This is a process that is both easy to understand and takes time to complete.
With our "Point Saver" Feature, you can create a profile, earn points, save them and come back to add more points as you work toward your goal of 100 points.
1. See what points you may have already earned with actions you have already taken
2. Review options for earning other points
3. Save your work
4. Engage your organization to make additional changes
5. Come back and add your new points
6. Repeat 2-5 until you have earned 100 points
Go to http://GreenNonprofits.org and click on certification to get started. You can download the PDF application form or use the new online registration system.
In an effort to recognize and certify outstanding Green Nonprofits and promote their services, GreenNonprofits has established the certification program. By participating in this program and becoming certified, your charity will publically declare your commitment to these principles while joining this unique global group of superior organisations.
The GreenNonprofits certification process is unique to each nonprofit/NGO’s goals to become greener. To complete the program it could take several weeks to severl months depending on how much progress you have already earned and how much time you devote to making necessary change.