Paying It Forward

We are proud to actively pay it forward: providing money, support and motivation to the following non-profits and foundations, and many others on an ad-hoc basis. We are equally inspired by the commitment and good deeds of these organizations and many, many others.

 

Project EverGreen’s GreenCare for Troops provides complimentary lawn and landscape services for the families of currently deployed military personnel, and post 9/11 disabled veterans with a service-connected disability.
High school students dedicated to service and supporting communities at home and abroad, while learning how to become citizens of the world.
High school students dedicated to service and supporting communities at home and abroad, while learning how to become citizens of the world.
College scholarships for students studying for careers in the landscape industry.
College scholarships for students studying for careers in the landscape industry.

Raising money for children in need, everywhere.
Raising money for children in need, everywhere.
Increasing awareness of watershed-based environmental and social opportunities.
Increasing awareness of watershed-based environmental and social opportunities.
Offering world-wide reconstructive cleft palate surgery.
Offering world-wide reconstructive cleft palate surgery.

Giving free medical care to war torn areas.
Giving free medical care to war torn areas.
WSHU – NPR News and Classical Music: WSHU Public Radio Group is a non-profit service organization whose mission is to be a unique and independent voice in our community.
Center for Family Justice: Providing services that create hope, restore lives and drive social change through education and community collaboration.

The Industry Growth Initiative
The Industry Growth Initiative, growing the Green industry and its workforce by strengthening Americans’ appreciation of outdoor spaces where they live, work, and play. – Life and life’s work are best enjoyed outdoors!
Tulane University
Tulane has been a big part of the rebuild of New Orleans after Katrina. The Maker Space is a place for curious and creative students from every part of Tulane to get their hands dirty, build something from scratch and help strengthen the community.