New Member Groups

Media Contact:
Melanie Baird
EarthShare of Georgia
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ATLANTA –February 2, 2015 – Every three years, EarthShare of Georgia invites a select group of environmental non-profit organizations to apply to become member groups. Those chosen represent the best-in-class of dedicated non-profits working year-round to protect and conserve our air, land and water. For 2015, EarthShare of Georgia is delighted to announce three new member groups: Georgia River Network, Keep Georgia Beautiful Foundation and West Atlanta Watershed Alliance. According to Madeline Reamy, Executive Director of EarthShare of Georgia, “The organizations selected support our goals of building our statewide presence and reaching a diverse base of supporters throughout Georgia.”

EarthShare of Georgia connects people to trusted nonprofit organizations dedicated to conserving and protecting our air, land and water. EarthShare of Georgia is working for the day when our air, land and water are clean, abundant and healthy. Founded in 1992 by environmental non-profit organizations to represent them in workplace-giving campaigns, and to provide an efficient and secure way to manage donations, EarthShare of Georgia has raised more than 5.5 million dollars on their behalf. These organizations work hard every day to address environmental health risks, restore natural habitats, protect wildlife, reduce global warming, and much more.

EarthShare of Georgia annually certifies that member groups operate within the highest ethical and professional standards and engage in active programs that protect our air, land, water and health on local, national and global levels.