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Washington, DC
PaintCare Inc., a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, represents paint manufacturers (paint producers) to plan and operate paint stewardship programs in U.S. states and jurisdictions that pass paint stewardship laws. PaintCare is a program of the American Coatings Association (ACA), a membership-based trade association of the paint manufacturing industry. Working through the Paint Producer Stewardship Initiative (PPSI) facilitated by the Product Stewardship Institute (PSI), ACA supported the passage of the first U.S. paint stewardship law in Oregon and established PaintCare in 2009.
Mattress Recycling Council
Alexandria, VA
Mattress Recycling Council is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization created by the International Sleep Products Association (ISPA). Our team is comprised of enthusiastic individuals who are committed to positive change through mattress recycling. Meet our team below.
Massachusetts Service Alliance
Boston, MA
The Massachusetts Service Alliance (MSA), established in 1991, is a private, nonprofit organization that serves as the state commission on service and volunteerism. We are committed to increasing the number of people engaged in meaningful volunteer opportunities across Massachusetts that are both fulfilling for the volunteers and that meet critical needs in our community.
The Furniture Trust
Arlington, MA
The Furniture Trust is driven to make a positive, community impact with used office furnishings, while providing the most economical and environmentally responsible solutions to local businesses. We provide companies of all sizes with a proven process for decommissioning that maximizes the value of unwanted furniture assets. Leveraging our sustainable network, The Furniture Trust connects donated, office furnishings with local schools and nonprofits.
Boulder, CO
Using age-specific group discussions, activities, slide shows, crafts and games, our educational presentations and field trips help students understand the relationship between solid waste issues and many other environmental problems such as pollution, resource depletion and deforestation. The presentations are very popular, with the number given increasing from 180 in 1989 to approximately 1,600 annually. Many presentations educate students about source reduction and buying recycled products as well as recycling. Other topics include Zero Waste, holiday and lunch-time waste reduction, litter prevention, composting, household hazardous waste, forest ecology, rainforest issues, air quality, indoor air pollution and energy conservation.
Great Hearts America-Texas
Scottsdale, AZ
In 2004, Dr. Scoggin authored the original Great Hearts business plan. As the founding CEO, he secured the initial strategic funding partnerships with local and national philanthropy to launch the Arizona schools network. From 2004 to 2015, Dan directed the network’s growth and parent demand catapulting a fledgling start-up school of just 200 students at one school in Phoenix to almost 10,000 students at 19 academies.
Nature and Culture International
Del Mar, CA
Since 1996, Nature and Culture International (NCI) has been working to protect some of the planet's most important and endangered ecosystems. We believe that the most effective way to do so is through bottom-up conservation with local communities, indigenous groups and governments. Through 17 offices in Latin America staffed by dedicated conservationists, we have helped protect nearly 14 million acres to date. Now, our goal is to save 20 million acres by 2020. By giving to NCI, you can help prevent irreparable damage to our environment, the extinction of exceptional species, and the disappearance of ancient cultures.
Eureka Recycling
Minneapolis, MN
Founded in 2001, Eureka Recycling is an environment nonprofit focused on recycling. It is a mid-sized organization, with $14m in revenue and 160 employees. Eureka Recycling is headquartered in Minneapolis, MN and its co-president is Kate Davenport as of December, 2019.
Tri-CED Community Recycling
Union City, CA
Tri-CED Community Recycling is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation founded in 1980 as a community-based recycling organization located in a state-of-the-art urban waste processing facility in Union City, California. Tri-CED’s mission is to reduce the waste stream, employ disadvantaged youth and adults, and share residual proceeds with the community. Tri-CED forms partnerships with community-based organizations, schools, teachers, and faith-based organizations to promote source reduction, recycling collection, compost creation, and community education programs designed to reduce waste and raise awareness about our environment.
The Climate Trust
Portland, OR
The Climate Trust mobilizes conservation finance to maximize environmental returns. Building upon a legacy of innovation and leadership in the carbon market, The Climate Trust accelerates the pace of carbon mitigation through conservation finance. We value air, water and soil through the financing, development and sale of qualified offsets and a relentless investment in people and projects with environmental purpose.