The Heritage Foundation USA’s Commitment to Community and a Greener Future
Since its inception, the Heritage Foundation USA has been committed to creating achievable goals for our fund-raising and volunteering campaign efforts to better aid the communities we serve. Even during the COVID-19 Pandemic is no exception as we continue to strive for a brighter future.
Our most recent efforts have focused on piloting a Sustainable Energy Project designed to support our various non-profit programs. By investing in renewable energy, not only are we are able to provide free utilities and other essential resources to these programs, but we are able to give back to the communities closest to our hearts.
Every day, community groups and small businesses nationwide are looking for more sustainable options to support the growing costs associated with energy consumption required to operate. To meet this need, The Heritage Foundation USA has partnered with a local renewable energy company to connect communities directly to these greener resources. In turn, all funds raised from this program will be distributed to our active campaign donation platforms.
Investing in this initiative not only supports our programs, but it invests in a better future for all. From solar panel farms, to wind-generated energy, utilizing greener technologies will allow society to reduce and maintain our carbon footprints.
- Solar Energy: Affordable and easy to install, this is often the top choice of
renewable energy for commercial businesses.
- Wind Energy: Optimal for organizations with larger footprints, investing in
Windmill Farms creates a bigger impact on the local environment as a whole.
With the cost of utilities and other overhead expenses on the rise, sustainable energy is quickly becoming the solution to help support local businesses and non-profits thrive during a time of infrastructure uncertainty and economic recession.
By supporting the Heritage Foundation USA’s Sustainable Energy Project, you are investing in a greener future, today.
For more information on how you can help, call us at (224) 432-7403 or visit our website.
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