Testimonials

Green Festival Exhibitors

Community Action

Exhibitors are companies that are in line with Green Festival's core values and beliefs. Read More.

www.beyondnuclear.org

Advocating for nuclear-free, sustainable,democratic energy future

www.campkupugani.com

Multicultural Sleepaway Summer Camp for Girls-Only and Boys-Only

www.ccaacademy.org

CCA Academy is a charter high school on the Westside of Chicago

www.chicagobotanic.org/community

Green Youth Farm & Windy City Harvest programs

www.chicagoveg.org

ChicagoVeg is the largest Chicagoland Vegetarian/Vegan Community

www.climatecycle.org

We organize bikeathons to take on climate change.

www.earthwatch.org

Engaging people worldwide in scientific field research, education

www.faitha.org

Helping you help others in need.

www.lodaathealth.com

Holistic health products,tools,reflexology therapy, yoga kaftans

chicagobioneers.org

Social and environmental solutions inspired by nature

www.hhforcats.org

Chicago's most eco-friendly cageless no-kill shelter

Illinois Green Governments Coordinating Council

Illinois - View Map

www.green.illinois.gov

The Illinois Green Governments Coordinating Council works with state agencies, local governments, and educational institutions to reduce pollution, promote conservation, and improve the sustainability of their operations and policies. Representatives from 14 Illinois state agencies serve on the Council, which was established under Illinois law.

www.ishafoundation.org

Global harmony through inclusiveness and inner-transformation.

www.lights4learning.org

Free energy efficiency programs to IL students in grades K-12

Mercy For Animals

8033 Sunset Blvd. Ste. 864, Los Angeles, CA, USA, 90046 - View Map

www.MercyForAnimals.org

Dedicated to preventing cruelty to farm animals

Mercy For Animals is a national non-profit animal protection organization dedicated to preventing cruelty to farmed animals and promoting compassionate food choices and policies. MFA is a voice for animals through humane education, proactive advertising campaigns, undercover investigations, and grassroots activism.

Phone: 866-632-6446

www.midwesthsr.org

Fast Frequent and Dependable Trains Linking Midwest

www.acropolis.org/en

Promoting culture, philosophy, volunteerism worldwide.

www.one.org

We fight extreme poverty/preventable disease through advocacy.

Oxfam America

1100 15th St. NW, Suite 600, Washington, DC, USA, 20005 - View Map

www.oxfamamerica.org

Creating lasting solutions to poverty and injustice

Oxfam America is an international relief and development organization that creates lasting solutions to poverty, hunger, and injustice. Together with individuals and local groups in more than 90 countries, Oxfam saves lives, helps people overcome poverty, and fights for social justice.

Phone: 202-471-1569

PETA-People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

501 Front St., Norfolk, VA, USA, 23510 - View Map

www.peta.org

The world's largest animal rights organization

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) works to make the world a greener place for all its inhabitants by promoting a sustainable, eco-friendly vegan lifestyle. PETAs efforts also include campaigns to protect animals exploited for entertainment and experimentation, wildlife, and our animal companions. To learn more, visit PETA.org.

Phone: 757-622-7382

Project Onward

www.projectonward.org

Project Onward is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting the career development of artists with mental and developmental disabilities.  Operating as both a studio and gallery, Project Onward supports the work of visual artists who have exceptional talents but face challenges ranging from autism to mental illness. OUR MISSION: - To provide artists with disabilities the opportunity to create their work in a safe, supportive studio environment, with access to work space, materials, and professional guidance; - To connect artists with disabilities with the arts community and the general public, through the professional exhibition and sale of their work, and through public programs designed to foster audience participation; - To inspire change by using art to promote empathy and reduce the stigma of mental illness and developmental disabilities; to improve the self-image of artists through the social and economic value of their work; and to cultivate new audiences in the art market by increasing awareness of, and demand for, artwork created by people with disabilities. 

www.rainbowpush.org

Social Justice organization founded by Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, Sr.

www.rebuildthedream.com

Bottom-up/people-powered innovations to fix US Economy

www.snowleopard.org

Hand made crafts supporting snow leopard conservation

iccaw.org

Protect the environment, human health, and rural quality of life

www.ica-usa.org

Releasing the capacity for positive social change /sustainability

www.tzmillinois.org

Sustainability advocacy through education and community action

www.TreeHouseAnimals.org

Chicago's largest no-kill, cageless cat shelter

Inspired by nature to envision & nurture a sustainable midwest metro...

www.yourvoiceforhealth.org

A health/freedom advocacy group - protect your health choices