Source To Sea Cleanup Sponsors
There are many ways to support the Cleanup in addition to volunteering the day of. In-kind donations of supplies, membership support and business sponsorship all ensure that volunteers have the support and supplies they need on Cleanup day.
If you can supply any of these items, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Garbage bags (including heavy duty bags for steel and other sharp items)
- Work gloves (adult and children sizes)
- Hand cleanser
- Safety vests
- Rakes, shovels and buckets
- Use of a dumpster
- Ropes w/grappling hooks
- Volunteer rewards – gift certificates, free passes, water bottles, hats, etc.
- Dust masks
- Poison Ivy ID cards and wipes
Make a Donation
Please consider making a donation to CRWC to help us coordinate groups and buy necessary supplies. You can designate this gift specifically for the Source to Sea Cleanup by filling out our secure online donation form or by calling us at 413.772.2020 ext 201.
Be a sponsor
As a Cleanup sponsor, you gain personal satisfaction knowing you are making our rivers cleaner, and your customers will appreciate knowing you care about the communities in which you do business.
Get recognized for your good deeds. The event is typically mentioned in over 40 different media outlets including radio, television, newspapers, websites and blogs. Many ran multiple stories leading up to the big event.
Becoming a sponsor has never been easier. Simply contact Dana Gillette at (413) 772-2020 ext 202 and email@example.com
CRWC Thanks Lead Sponsors
of Our 16th Annual Source to Sea Cleanup
NRG Energy, Inc. NRG is at the forefront of changing how people think about and use energy. A Fortune 500 company, NRG is a pioneer in developing cleaner and smarter energy choices for our customers: whether as one of the largest solar power developers in the country, or by building the first privately funded electric vehicle charging infrastructure or by giving customers the latest smart energy solutions to better manage their energy use. Our diverse power generating facilities can support more than 20 million homes and our retail electricity providers – Reliant, Green Mountain Energy Company and Energy Plus – serve more than two million customers. More information is available att www.nrgenergy.com.
TransCanada owns hydroelectric stations, storage reservoirs and dams in NH, VT and MA, producing 567 megawatts of clean electric power. Proud of their environmental record and the partnerships they’ve developed in the region, TransCanada is a leader in responsible development and reliable operation of North America energy infrastructure. To learn more, visit www.transcanada.com.
Photo credits (above): CRWC Staff
Image Credits at Right - Illustrations: Bill Singleton; Photos: Elisabeth Cianciola, John Stack, Kyla Bennett, CRWC Staff.