Special thanks to board leader Judi Dotson and her team at Booz Allen Hamilton, for hosting a fundraiser happy hour in December at Stone’s Cove Kitbar to support NatGen. It was a success — the whole team came to celebrate the holidays and show their commitment to NatGen. Many of our supporters including AOC Key Solutions, Middleburg Bank, Jenkins Restorations, Capital Financial Investments, and Maid Brigade came to network and celebrate the holiday spirit of giving. Our partners at Stone’s Cove Kitbar once again agreed to donate 10% of that day’s earnings to support NatGen — in all we raised nearly $900 for our programs.
Thanks also to Mark Johnson at Tetra Tech, and Mike Knots at Middleburg Bank for sponsoring a table at our Earth Saving fundraiser event on Dec 14 which raised $1018.00. And last, thank you to all of our dedicated the board leader volunteers: Debi McGhee, Tony Diecidue, Sarah Matheson, Rhonda Jackson, Emily and Amber Walton.
Thank you to our very first sponsors for the Eco-Golf Classic, scheduled for April 24 at Stonewall Golf Club in Gainesville. Sponsor opportunities are still available and golfer registration is open. Click here for details.
The Nature Generation President Amy Marasco Newton has been invited by the Purcellville Gazette to submit a monthly column “A View From My Window — A Byline From Nature.” Click here to read her debut article on reflections and hopefulness for the new year.
Nominations for the 2015 Green Earth Book Awards are now being accepted in these categories:
- Picture Book – books for young readers in which the visual and verbal narratives together tell the story
- Children’s Fiction – novels for young readers up to age 12
- Young Adult Fiction – books for readers from age 13 to 21
- Children’s Nonfiction – nonfiction books for readers from infancy to age 12
- Young Adult Nonfiction – nonfiction books for readers from 12 to age 21
2015 GEBA Nomination Form
2015 Green Earth Nomination Instructions
We are happy to announce Middleburg Bank as our new Sustainable Partner!
Middleburg Bank generously supports our environmental education programs and is a key sponsor of our Chapman DeMary Trail outdoor classroom. In addition to their generous financial contributions, Middleburg Bank also works collaboratively with us to directly inspire more kids to be good stewards of the earth – whether it’s passing out Monarch-friendly milkweed seeds to their customers, helping to develop a pollinator habitat or sponsoring an environmental reading contest for 5,000 area students.
Says Middleburg Bank President and CEO Gary R. Shook, “We are extremely excited about this partnership. The Nature Generation shows exemplary leadership in both environmental stewardship and community outreach. I believe that by working together we can make a positive impact in Purcellville and the surrounding area.”