By Steve Muzzy

by Steve Muzzy

We are wrapping up the 2014 Green Apple Day of Service campaign and are excited to share that we had 60 projects this year in MA, exceeding last years total!  We also piloted a Green Apple Day of Service Mini-Grant program that awarded 14 grants to well deserving schools.  These schools will be submitting blogs to the Chapter soon.  In the meantime, please check out the following blogs for a sampling of this years projects:

I also want to recognize the efforts for the Bunker Hill Community College USGBC Student Group and specifically their President (and Chapter volunteer) Steven Fitzgerald.  Steven and his group have coordinated 10 projects ranging from collecting cell phones for veterans to LEED tours.

Boston Green Academy



The Center for Green Schools reports that Green Apple Day of Service 2014 brought together hundreds of thousands of volunteers participating in 3,760 service projects in all 50 states and in 42 countries throughout the world.  Thanks to everyone for making the 3rd Annual Green Apple Day of Service a success!




Thank you again to our generous Green Apple Day of Service Mini Grant sponsors and their support of healthy, sustainable schools.



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