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Green Festival Community Award

Green Festivals Award 2014 Community AwardGreen Festival is committed to supporting inspiring organizations & projects that educate and benefit their local communities with The Green Festival Community Award, a $5,000 grant awarded to a deserving non-profit, chosen by the public!

The Green Festival Community Award is a great way to gain exposure, support and resources for new or ongoing projects. Organizations get up close and personal with the community through extensive online outreach and social media recognition, and in person, as finalists meet and greet with Green Festival attendees to pitch their ideas. Projects must be locally-based, with creative ideas, measurable goals and a direct benefit to the local, sustainable community.

Apply now for the 2015 Community Award

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Vote Now For Your Favorite 2015 New York Community Award Finalist!
Note: you will only be allowed to vote one time per day.

Green Festival is awarding a $5,000 grant to a local non-profit at the New York Green Festival. Read about the five finalists below and cast your vote for your favorite sustainable idea! Online voting begins at 9am EST on April 20 and ends at 5pm EST on April 24. Voting will continue at the New York Green Festival on April 24, 25, & 26. The winner will be announced at 3:30pm on Sunday, April 26 at the Green Festival Stage. Come celebrate the winning organization of the Green Festival Community Award!

 
Check Out The Five Local Organizations:
Hell's Kitchen Farm ProjectThe Hell’s Kitchen Farm Project, a Manhattan rooftop farm, addresses food insecurity by producing 400 pounds of produce annually for a local food pantry serving 700 people... Read More. Visit Website for more information..Read More. Visit Website For More Information Peace Boat USPeace Boat US is an international non-profit NGO that works to promote peace, sustainable development and respect for the environment through educational programs on global voyages.Visit Website For More Information Earth Day Initiative - New YorkEarth Day New York’s public advocacy campaign will equip young people in New York with knowledge and advocacy tools to call on companies to eliminate packaging waste. We are a 25-year-old organization that began organizing Earth Day events in the city in 1990... Read More.Visit Website For More Information Cafeteria CultureCafeteria Culture’s “SORT2saveKIT” is a free multimedia resource for 1.1 million NYC students using engaging videos and curriculum to empower students as Cafeteria Rangers and leaders striving for zero-waste cafeterias for all!Visit Website For More Information

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Winner benefits include:

Winner Benefits

How to Apply

To be considered, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations located within 60 miles of the city limits of the applicable Festival City are invited to share their green ideas through a submission form on the Green Festival Community Award website. Before each event, a panel from Green Festivals, Inc. will select and invite five finalists to promote their exciting projects at Green Festival.

 

 

 

 

 

 

How to Vote

Festival fans – vote for your favorite organization in an online poll in the week prior to each event! At the festival, meet the teams behind the finalist project ideas and cast your vote for the winner in the ballot box area. Votes will be tallied and the winner will be announced on Sunday afternoon at Green Festival!

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