We hope you’ll join AmeriCorps Alums for an upcoming Issues Forum and Networking Event
Going Green: What is it? Who is really green? How do I “go green”?
From Oprah, to the Academy Awards, to Aspen, everyone seems to be “going green,” but what green efforts are really making a step in the right direction and helping the environment? Come to the AmeriCorps Alums Issues forum to hear from three panelists that will be able to shed some light on what green efforts are really making an impact.
When: Thursday, February 21
5:30-7:30pm; the panel will begin at 6:00pm
Where: Breckenridge Brewery – Food will be provided; and it is happy hour all night!
2220 Blake Street, Denver, CO
1. Kelly Purdy, Director of Foundation Relations, Global Greengrants
“Global Greengrants bridges the gap between those who can offer financial support and grassroots groups in developing countries that can make effective use of that support. Since 1993, Global Greengrants has made more than 2,000 grants in 113 countries.”
2. Christian Thompson, Founder, Green Door Living
“Green Door Living is the first, and only, green real estate brokerage in Denver. Green Door Living provides real estate agents that value environmental and social responsibility.”
3. Doug Linkhart, Denver City Councilman At-Large
Since July 21, 2003, when he took office as Denver City Councilman At-Large, Doug Linkhart has shown his dedication to making better opportunities for the 557,917 Denver residents. His current council positions include: Member, Neighborhood, Community & Business Revitalization, General Government, and Economic Development Committees; Chair, Safety Committee; Member, Denver Housing Action Plan Committee; Chair, Crime Prevention and Control Commission; and much more.
Questions? Contact Alexandra Lee, Chair AmeriCorps Alums, Colorado Chapter
Mobile – 303.880.2037
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