We Need Your Help!
Envirolution is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to developing dynamic energy efficiency K-12 education opportunities and community outreach programs, providing green job training, and connecting green businesses in the surrounding Reno area. Envirolution seeks to promote global change by championing local sustainability efforts that empower citizens to give back to their communities and increase the demand for jobs in green industries.
To fully realize our vision and goals, we need your help. If you support our mission to advance sustainability, to grow the green economy, and to empower the next generation of leaders, then please donate! Envirolution is an IRS recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Your tax-deductible gift to Envirolution will help to empower the next generation of sustainability leaders to unite to make the world a better place.
Visit our donor page if you would like to know more about ways to support Envirolution and its programs.
Ways of Giving
Donate online through Network for Good, a safe and secure donation system.
|Cash or Check:
Mail or hand deliver cash or check to our offices. *Please make checks payable to Envirolution.
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|Gifts in Kind:
We welcome donations of time, services, or goods to Envirolution that adhere to our mission and current needs. If you or your organization would like to give in this way, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
|Corporate Matching Gifts:
Many corporations have chosen this method of supporting education. Companies will often match or multiply gifts made my employees, and sometimes spouses and retirees, as well. Please consult your employer’s Human Resource Department to determine their matching gift guidelines. View list of Matching Gift Companies. View list of Matching Gift Companies.
Envirolution is proud to abide by the Donor Bill of Rights. Read more here.