Are you a Charlotte resident looking for a way to contribute to the overall improvement of the environment in North Carolina? Turn to a nonprofit that has been connecting NC residents with renewable energy and carbon offset programs since 2003: NC GreenPower.
There are a number of ways you can improve the environment with the help of NC GreenPower in Charlotte:
- Donate to support solar schools and renewable energy or our carbon offset projects. On our donation page or on our fundraising site my.ncgreenpower.org, individuals may contribute as little as $4 per month to be split evenly with $2 adding one block of 50 kilowatt-hours of renewable energy to the electric supply and $2 supporting the installation of solar PV demonstration projects at North Carolina K-12 schools, or $4 can be contributed to fund the mitigation of 1,000 pounds of greenhouse gases.
- Become an NC GreenPower Volunteer. Want a chance to staff environmental outreach tables at local events, answer questions about NC GreenPower, and greet event-goers? Volunteer with NC GreenPower in Charlotte, NC!
- Start your own fundraising project in Charlotte. When you create a profile page and launch a campaign on my.ncgreenpower.org, you can raise money to fund both renewable energy and carbon offset programs in Charlotte and across North Carolina.
Our Mission to Improve the Environment in Charlotte & Beyond
Through both volunteers and donations, our nonprofit has been able to grow tremendously since our start more than 10 years ago. If you are looking to work with an organization that strives to improve the environment in Charlotte and surrounding areas by partnering with some NC’s best renewable energy and carbon offset providers, consider NC GreenPower.
Want more information about how you can do your part to protect the environment in NC? Contact us today at (866) 533-NCGP – we would be happy to answer any questions you may have.
NC GreenPower is proud to connect individuals to renewable energy and carbon offset programs in Asheville, Chapel Hill, Cary, Durham, Greensboro, Hendersonville, Raleigh, Wilmington and Winston-Salem, NC.