CalGreen Commends CalNonprofits' Rigorous Work

From fighting to preserve the Johnson Amendment to defeating the Amazingly Bad (AB) 1250, CalNonprofits concludes another year, working hard and nonstop, for California’s social sector. SACRAMENTO, Calif.–With the release of their 2017 Annual Report, CalGreen commends the California Association of Nonprofits (“CalNonprofits”) for their dedicated, continuous, and powerful work, especially with the turbulent times facing nonprofits at state and federal levels. “Whether it was leading defeat of the job-killing A.B. 1250, protecting free speech by fighting to preserve the Johnson Amendment, amplifying the sector’s presence and impact with the Assembly Select Committee on the Nonprofit Sector, or

CalGreen Commends CalNonprofits' Rigorous Work

From fighting to preserve the Johnson Amendment to defeating the Amazingly Bad (AB) 1250, CalNonprofits concludes another year, working hard and nonstop, for California’s social sector. SACRAMENTO, Calif.–With the release of their 2017 Annual Report, CalGreen commends the California Association of Nonprofits (“CalNonprofits”) for their dedicated, continuous, and powerful work, especially with the turbulent times facing nonprofits at state and federal levels. “Whether it was leading defeat of the job-killing A.B. 1250, protecting free speech by fighting to preserve the Johnson Amendment, amplifying the sector’s presence and impact with the Assembly Select Committee on the Nonprofit Sector, or

CalGreen Maintains GuideStar's Gold Certification

Initially awarded last year, CalGreen again receives GuideStar’s second highest honor for transparency, openness, and board governance. SACRAMENTO, Calif.–With its mission to advance systems thinking and the Triple-Bottom Line, the California Green Academy (“CalGreen”) is proud to obtain GuideStar’s gold certification, for the second year-in-a-row. GuideStar is the world’s largest information source for nonprofit organizations, and is long considered an authority in oversight and best practices for the social sector. Additionally, GuideStar’s certification levels–bronze, silver, gold, and platinum–are earned by the degree of administrative and financial transparency, openness and best prac

CalGreen Maintains GuideStar's Gold Certification

Initially awarded last year, CalGreen again receives GuideStar’s second highest honor for transparency, openness, and board governance. SACRAMENTO, Calif.–With its mission to advance systems thinking and the Triple-Bottom Line, the California Green Academy (“CalGreen”) is proud to obtain GuideStar’s gold certification, for the second year-in-a-row. GuideStar is the world’s largest information source for nonprofit organizations, and is long considered an authority in oversight and best practices for the social sector. Additionally, GuideStar’s certification levels–bronze, silver, gold, and platinum–are earned by the degree of administrative and financial transparency, openness and best prac

CalGreen Celebrates 1st Birthday!

New year brings new opportunities, and a new continued commitment to excellence. SACRAMENTO, Calif.–With its mission to advance systems thinking and the Triple-Bottom Line, the California Green Academy (“CalGreen”) is excited to celebrate its first anniversary today, reaffirming its commitment to the founding mission and vision. “While it is true nonprofits succeed much longer than small businesses, CalGreen still maintains the need to remain focused on our mission; our staff, programs, and most importantly, our supporters, have grown significantly since last year, and we are obstinate in our resourceful administrative and service delivery,” stated Greg Justice, CalGreen’s Chief Sustainabili

CalGreen Celebrates 1st Birthday!

New year brings new opportunities, and a new continued commitment to excellence. SACRAMENTO, Calif.–With its mission to advance systems thinking and the Triple-Bottom Line, the California Green Academy (“CalGreen”) is excited to celebrate its first anniversary today, reaffirming its commitment to the founding mission and vision. “While it is true nonprofits succeed much longer than small businesses, CalGreen still maintains the need to remain focused on our mission; our staff, programs, and most importantly, our supporters, have grown significantly since last year, and we are obstinate in our resourceful administrative and service delivery,” stated Greg Justice, CalGreen’s Chief Sustainabili

CalGreen / USF Launch "Sector Speakers Series"

New program brings the greatest minds in the nonprofit world, all at no charge to attendees. SACRAMENTO, Calif.–With its mission to advance systems thinking and the Triple-Bottom Line, the California Green Academy (“CalGreen”) has launched a new program, the “Sector Speakers Series.” Bringing together the greatest minds of the nonprofit sector, and at no charge to attendees–a major tenant of the program, the series’ goal is to provide informative, engaging, and transformational conversations to CalGreen supporters. “The series is an amazing opportunity for CalGreen supporters, nonprofit scholars, and social sector professionals; we have an incredible program being developed, including many

CalGreen / USF Launch "Sector Speakers Series"

New program brings the greatest minds in the nonprofit world, all at no charge to attendees. SACRAMENTO, Calif.–With its mission to advance systems thinking and the Triple-Bottom Line, the California Green Academy (“CalGreen”) has launched a new program, the “Sector Speakers Series.” Bringing together the greatest minds of the nonprofit sector, and at no charge to attendees–a major tenant of the program, the series’ goal is to provide informative, engaging, and transformational conversations to CalGreen supporters. “The series is an amazing opportunity for CalGreen supporters, nonprofit scholars, and social sector professionals; we have an incredible program being developed, including many

CalGreen Submits Public Comments for Caltrans' Draft Public Participation Plan

Comment letter puts forward issues of inclusion, diversity, and varying communications, especially for the many communities traditionally excluded from transportation planning. SACRAMENTO, Calif.–With its mission to advance systems thinking and the Triple-Bottom Line, the California Green Academy (“CalGreen”) has submitted public comments to the California Department of Transportation, regarding the January 2018 Draft Public Participation Plan (“PPP,” pictured right). When finalized, the PPP will direct outreach efforts for the California Transportation Plan, and the Federal Statewide Transportation Improvement Program. TransportiCA’s concerns regarding with the draft version included: 1)

CalGreen Submits Public Comments for Caltrans' Draft Public Participation Plan

Comment letter puts forward issues of inclusion, diversity, and varying communications, especially for the many communities traditionally excluded from transportation planning. SACRAMENTO, Calif.–With its mission to advance systems thinking and the Triple-Bottom Line, the California Green Academy (“CalGreen”) has submitted public comments to the California Department of Transportation, regarding the January 2018 Draft Public Participation Plan (“PPP,” pictured right). When finalized, the PPP will direct outreach efforts for the California Transportation Plan, and the Federal Statewide Transportation Improvement Program. TransportiCA’s concerns regarding with the draft version included: 1)

CalGreen Launches "Public Comment" Program

SACRAMENTO, Calif.–With its mission to advance systems thinking and the Triple-Bottom Line, the California Green Academy (“CalGreen”) has launched a new “Public Comment” program, centralizing all submissions to state and federal jurisdictions. Mainly through its TransportiCA program, CalGreen puts forward public comment letters to respective governmental and planning bodies, providing insights on transportation and social inclusion and diversity, financial obligations and security, as well as, ecological responsibility and stewardship. “As a ‘public charity,’ we know we have a responsibility for providing our comments and expertise to these respective governing bodies. Systems thinking req

CalGreen Launches "Public Comment" Program

SACRAMENTO, Calif.–With its mission to advance systems thinking and the Triple-Bottom Line, the California Green Academy (“CalGreen”) has launched a new “Public Comment” program, centralizing all submissions to state and federal jurisdictions. Mainly through its TransportiCA program, CalGreen puts forward public comment letters to respective governmental and planning bodies, providing insights on transportation and social inclusion and diversity, financial obligations and security, as well as, ecological responsibility and stewardship. “As a ‘public charity,’ we know we have a responsibility for providing our comments and expertise to these respective governing bodies. Systems thinking req

Getting 'Social' with CalGreen

Looking to follow CalGreen closely on social media? Below are many of our accounts, mostly Twitter, but also including CalGreen's Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn accounts. For additional information, please feel free to email us at communications [at] calgreenacademy.org. Tweet away! A linked PDF of the above listing can be downloaded here.

Getting 'Social' with CalGreen

Looking to follow CalGreen closely on social media? Below are many of our accounts, mostly Twitter, but also including CalGreen's Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn accounts. For additional information, please feel free to email us at communications [at] calgreenacademy.org. Tweet away! A linked PDF of the above listing can be downloaded here.

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