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Turn Points into Green Projects

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Your Recyclebank Points could put recycle bins in a school or plant a community garden. 


Schools can — should! — be a hands-on place for young minds to learn about sustainability and the environment. The 2014 Recyclebank Green Schools Program aims to make that a reality through grants for green projects.

A few months ago, schools proposed their green educational projects, along with the budget it would take to make those projects real. Now you can help them receive a grant by donating your Recyclebank Points to individual schools and projects. If they raise enough points, their project will be fully funded, and they can receive bonus funding and a year’s worth of paper from Domtar!

The proposals vary from school to school — it could be a new community garden, recycling bins, environmental clubs — but they all need your support. Here are a few facts about the 2014 program:

Check out this year’s projects and give points today!

Will you donate Recyclebank Points to a Green Schools project? Tell us which project(s) you will support!

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  • Shalee R. 2 years ago
    if you have to water it should be for food always
  • Janet R. 2 years ago
    Our pre-k classroom plants greens and cabbage at the end of the school term and the water from the air conditioning unit waters them through out the summer. They've also planted pumpkin seeds.
  • erick c. 2 years ago
    great
  • joanna l. 2 years ago
    I think donating to schools for green projects is a fabulous idea! ( I would also like to point out that some of the ideas put forth by the students cost little to virtually NOTHING!
    Like donating recess time to a garden , making green announcements over the schools PA system, and hanging up posters to remind students to recycle.
    All of which can be done right away!
  • joanna l. 2 years ago
    I think donating to schools for green projects is a fabulous idea! ( I would also like to point out that some of the ideas put forth by the students cost little to virtually NOTHING!
    Like donating recess time to a garden , making green announcements over the schools PA system, and hanging up posters to remind students to recycle.
    All of which can be done right away!