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Supported Grantees

Store-supported grantees receive funding through our Retail Grants Program. These organizations identify and work on the root causes of problems and approach issues with a commitment to long-term change.

Adirondack Council

Elizabethtown, NY

Adirondack Council

Adirondack Council seeks to ensure the ecological integrity and wild character of New York’s 6-million-acre Adirondack Park, a patchwork of public and private lands.

Gowanus Canal Conservancy

Brooklyn, NY

Gowanus Canal Conservancy

The Gowanus Canal Conservancy is a community-based non-profit organization that serves as an environmental steward for the Gowanus Canal Watershed. GCC envisions the evolution of an open, clean and alive Gowanus Canal and watershed with accessible, connective open space; clean water, soil and air; and vibrant ecological, business and cultural

New York Energy Democracy Alliance

Brooklyn, NY

New York Energy Democracy Alliance

The New York Energy Democracy Alliance advances a just transition to a resilient, localized and democratically controlled clean energy economy in New York State.

Elizabeth Street Garden

Manhattan, NY

Elizabeth Street Garden

ESG works to protect and preserve the magic of Elizabeth Street Garden as a public community green space.

Sane Energy Project

New York, NY

Sane Energy Project

Sane Energy Project is committed to replacing fracked gas infrastructure with community-led, sustainable energy.

Lower East Side Ecology Center

New York, NY

Lower East Side Ecology Center

Lower East Side Ecology Center is working toward a more sustainable New York City by providing community-based recycling and composting programs; developing local stewardship of green space; and increasing community awareness, involvement and youth development.

The Human Impacts Institute

Brooklyn, NY

The Human Impacts Institute

Human Impacts Institute exists to inspire you to transform environmental challenges into social action for a just and livable world.

Alliance for Climate Education

Boulder, CO

Alliance for Climate Education

Alliance for Climate Education works to educate youth on the science of climate change and empower them to take action.

City Growers

Brooklyn, NY

City Growers

City Growers connects urban communities with agriculture, food and environment through farm education and advocacy.

The River Project

New York, NY

The River Project

The River Project is a marine science field station that works to protect and restore the ecosystem of the Hudson River Estuary and New York Harbor.

Carbon Sponge

Brooklyn, NY

Carbon Sponge

Carbon Sponge is a platform to explore carbon sequestration in urban soils as a means to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions led by an interdisciplinary team of artists, scientists, educators and urban gardeners.

Sierra Club Foundation

Oakland, CA

Sierra Club Foundation

The Sierra Club Foundation promotes efforts to educate and empower people to protect and improve the natural and human environment.

Make an Impact

Protect Adirondack Wilderness and Waters from Overuse! — Adirondack Council

 from Adirondack Council

Elizabethtown, NY, United States

Protect Adirondack Wilderness and Waters from Overuse!

Adirondack Council

Unaddressed overuse in the Adirondack Park is putting pressure on the natural resources and, in some cases, creating unsafe settings for visitors and harming the quality of the wilderness experience.

All New Yorkers Deserve Energy Efficiency — New York Energy Democracy Alliance

 from New York Energy Democracy Alliance

Brooklyn, NY, United States

All New Yorkers Deserve Energy Efficiency

New York Energy Democracy Alliance

New York State needs an energy efficiency policy that helps all New Yorkers live in safe, affordable, efficient homes, no matter how rich or poor – if you agree, please sign and spread the word!

Save our community compost program! — Lower East Side Ecology Center

 from Lower East Side Ecology Center

New York, NY, United States

Save our community compost program!

Lower East Side Ecology Center

We demand that the compost yard stay operational until 2023. We demand that the City engage with the Ecology Center to finish the design for the renovated compost yard as part of the reconstruction.

Make NYC Waterways Safer and Healthier — Gowanus Canal Conservancy

 from Gowanus Canal Conservancy

Brooklyn, NY, United States

Make NYC Waterways Safer and Healthier

Gowanus Canal Conservancy

If we want clean waterways in the city, we need to speak up-tell NYC that its plan to reduce sewage discharges into local waters must meet federal health standards. Submit comments to ltcp@dep.nyc.gov

Please Sign the Petition to Protect the Adirondacks from Acid Rain — Adirondack Council

 from Adirondack Council

Elizabethtown, NY, United States

Please Sign the Petition to Protect the Adirondacks from Acid Rain

Adirondack Council

For decades acid rain has been a silent threat to our Adirondack forests, waters, wildlife and communities. To this day, acid rain remains a continuing national tragedy.

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