Get to know us by getting to know some of the organization we support.

  • FOOD
  • PLANET
  • HEALTH
  • OUTDOOR
  • COMMUNITY

Washington, DC

American Farmland Trust
LOCATION:
Washington, DC

YEAR SUPPORTED:

FOOD, PLANET, HEALTH
farmland.org
GRANTEE PROFILE:
American Farmland Trust protects America's fast disappearing farm and ranch land, promotes environmentally sound farming practices, and works to ensure an economically sustainable future for farmers and ranchers. Through efforts such as the No Farm No Food campaign, the Steward of the Land Award, and the Sustaining Farms on the Urban Edge report, the Trust inspires people to act on behalf of farms, clean water, and local food.
Campus Kitchens Project
LOCATION:
Washington, DC

YEAR SUPPORTED:

FOOD, HEALTH, COMMUNITY
campuskitchens.org
GRANTEE PROFILE:
Campus Kitchens Project empowers thousands of college students each year to recycle food from their cafeterias, turn these donations into nourishing meals, and deliver them to those in need. Simultaneously, they cultivate resourceful and mutually beneficial partnerships among students, social service agencies, businesses, and schools.
Green America
LOCATION:
Washington, DC

YEAR SUPPORTED:

PLANET, COMMUNITY
greenamerica.org
GRANTEE PROFILE:
Green America (formerly “Co-op America”) harnesses economic power – from consumers, investors, businesses, and the marketplace – to promote social justice and environmental sustainability through programs such as Responsible Shopper, Community Investing, Green Business, and Shop & Unshop.
Wilderness Leadership and Learning
LOCATION:
Washington, DC

YEAR SUPPORTED:

PLANET, OUTDOOR, COMMUNITY
will-lead.org
GRANTEE PROFILE:
Wilderness Leadership and Learning helps teenagers improve decision-making and life skills and develop leadership potential through hands-on experiences in wilderness and community “classrooms.” Students study climate change and erosion on Chesapeake Bay, learn U.S. history on the National Mall, and give back to their communities by volunteering with groups like the Anacostia Watershed Society.