As an employee-owned company, we recognize the importance of giving back to the communities in which we live and serve. One way we do this is through our USGreentech Community Impact Fund, an employee-funded grant program committed to giving back to qualifying charities and non-profit organizations.
At the beginning of 2018, participating USGreentech employees pledged a monetary amount to be deducted from their paycheck and placed into a charitable fund. We are taking those collected funds and awarding TEN $1,000 Community Impact Grants.
Now, as the year comes to an end, we would like to give your facility and/or the programs within it, the opportunity to benefit from one of these grants by submitting an application for the USGreentech Community Impact Fund. If selected, your group will have the chance to make an impact by supporting new initiatives or elevate programs that your organization already has in place to make a difference in the lives of others. The USGreentech Community Impact Fund was created with one simple mission in mind – to make an impact. Help us make our mission a reality and submit your application today!
We are requesting responses for consideration by Friday, December 7, 2018. Our team will be selecting the winners and issuing checks by early 2019. You can easily apply online by clicking the "Apply Now" below or if you prefer, click "Download Application" and return a scanned version to USGreentech. An IRS determination letter is required to accompany the application.
If you need more information on the grants, please call 800.548.0402 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out a few of our 2017 Community Impact Grant Winners:
Located in Conyers, Georgia, The Miracle League's mission is to provide children and adults with mental and physical challenges an opportunity to play baseball, to value and include children and adults with special needs regardless of ability in team play, and to promote teamwork, sportsmanship, and community involvement. During the fall season 2017, they were able to provide over 100 children and adults with special needs the opportunity to play by providing uniforms, insurance, medals, meals, and equipment for play. Learn more about their league HERE.
The Ronald McDonald House of Tulsa is heading a $60,000 project to build a safe, age appropriate and playful environment for our families to take their small children so they can play and be children while their families are under stress of caring for a sick child. You can learn more about Tulsa RMHC HERE.
The Denver Public Schools Homeless Education Network provides a sobering amount of homeless students within the district with essential supplies and needs such as backpacks, school supplies, lunch assistance, and clothing/uniform assistance. Learn more about DPS HERE.
With the mission of "Enriching the Lives of Children", Pro Players Foundation partners with professional sports teams through a variety of initiatives to help make sure every child has the ability to succeed and the opportunity for a bright future. Current project is to build a play space for the disadvantaged children of Arlington, TX. You can find out more about PPF HERE.