Congratulations to the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits for earning Green Plus Certification!
The NC Center for Nonprofits became the latest organization to earn Green Plus Certification, joining the ranks of more than 80 businesses and organizations around the country to earn the distinction. It is now the second organization taking part in the Z. Smith Reynolds technical assistance program to earn full Green Plus Certification, following the North Carolina Coastal Federation.
Based in Raleigh, the NC Center for Nonprofits works to better communities in North Carolina by supporting local nonprofits and high impact philanthropy. *Check out the Center’s pre-recorded webinar for philanthropic foundations — Is Your Foundation Sustainable?
“We are grateful to the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation for supporting the N.C. Center for Nonprofits and other organizations to reach for Green Plus certification,” says Jane C. Kendall, President of the NC Center for Nonprofits. “Nonprofits serve as incubators for positive change in our community, and we are proud to model and encourage good practices by becoming better stewards of our human, environmental, and organizational resources. This award represents hard work by our entire staff and board to help the Center to be sustainable for another 20 years.”
This year, the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation joined in a partnership with the Institute for Sustainable Development to provide technical assistance to ten nonprofit organizations across North Carolina through the Green Plus program.
The NC Center for Nonprofits is one of the nonprofits who received this support, and is the second of the ten, along with the NC Coastal Federation, to receive full Certification. Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation itself is also a Green Plus Certified organization.
Congratulations to the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits!