Non-Profits + Clean Currents = Love

Posted on July 22, 2010. Filed under: Recommendations | Tags: , , , , , , |

At Clean Currents, we’ve always had a special place in our heart for non-profits. Though we’re a for profit company, we often say we have a non-profit mission– we believe that businesses have a responsibility to protect and improve our environment. We worked with numerous non-profits to control their electricity costs, green their operations, and further their missions. 

By locking in fixed rates for electricity with Clean Currents, non-profits can protect themselves from market fluctuations. Clean Currents has also helped non-profits get even better rates by coming together in buying groups and purchasing electricity in bulk.

A recent Montgomery County buying group included Manna Food Center, Guide Program, Montgomery Housing Partnership, Paint Branch Unitarian Universalist Church,  Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless, Housing Unlimited, Mental Health Association of Montgomery County, Jewish Council for the Aging of Greater Washington , Montgomery Hospice, Montgomery Preservation, National Capital Trolley Museum, The Arc of Montgomery County, St. Luke’s House, and Unitarian Universalist Church of Silver Spring.
Our associates give non-profits personal attention by promoting them in this newsletter, on twitter, our blog and our website. Beyond that, we get involved in events through sponsorship and attendance. As a local company, we have an interest in the development of the community around us. Our GNEC program is an innovative fundraising mechanism that gives money back per sign-up to further the non-profit mission. All in all, Clean Currents and non-profits are a great match!


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