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[GreenYes] Re: Sustainable/Green fundraising ideas?

Our energy folks have been pushing a fundraising concept that has the
students selling CFLs. It's called the Lights for Learning
You can get more info from mtipton@no.address or 1-800-LFL-CFLS

Ronald Swager, Mgr., Recycling Education & Engineering Section
Bureau of Energy and Recycling
Dept. of Commerce and Economic Opportunity
620 East Adams St.
Springfield, IL 62701
Ph. 217/785-3498 Fax: 217/785-2618 ron_swager@no.address

The Blue Sky Guide/Chinook Book developed by Celilo Group Media, Inc.
is one such effort. Think of an ecologically-responsible Happenings
Book and you get the idea.

Editions are currently available for Minneapolis/St. Paul, Portland/
Vancouver and Seattle.

Because the Guide/Book focuses on educating folks about local
environmental issues and also promoting locally-based businesses, one
would have to be developed for a given community. The Minnesota Office
of Environmental Assistance provided a $75,000 matching grant to
develop the Minneapolis/St. Paul version. After the first edition came
out for 2002, the effort became self-sustaining and interest continues
to grow.

In addition to being used as a school fundraiser, the Blue Sky Guide
is sold at natural foods coops and independent bookstores.

Mark Snyder
Pollution Prevention Specialist
Minnesota Office of Environmental Assistance

On Feb 23, 1:25 am, "Amy Hemmert" <a...@no.address> wrote:
We offer our waste-free lunch kits as a school fundraiser. Each one
comes with a book of nutritious lunch ideas, promoting a fresh,
organic, locally grown, plant-based diet. In other words, they're
designed not only to reduce waste, but to improve lunch nutrition as
well. Details can be found
Creating this resource is a great idea. I know so many parents who are
tired of being asked to sell candy and cookie dough.

Let me know if you have any questions about our program.

Amy Hemmert
Obentec, Inc.

There are also many cell phone and ink jet cartridge recycling
programs forfundraising with a google search I came up weith the

Cell phones for cash web sites:


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