Fort Washington, MD, November 22, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- The Green Habitat, a water conservation nonprofit based in Prince Georges County, Maryland, has officially been launched. The organization will be working in the coming months to implement various programs to combat the exhaustion of one of the world’s most important resources, water. These programs include the Rain Barrel Art Project and Every Drop Counts Program.
The Green Habitat is focused on bringing positive change to local communities through the implementation of programs related to storm water pollution, conservation techniques, and home water efficiency improvements. Recently, the non-profit earned the 2018 Bronze GuideStar Seal of Transparency through its dedication to give potential donors and funders better insight into the work that it does. The Green Habitat is also partnered with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s WaterSense Program to promote the use of products and practices that save water and protect the environment.
The organization is now accepting donations to help fund its upcoming programs. For more information and to donate to the cause, please visit www.thegreenhabitat.org, or send an email email@example.com.
The Green Habitat is a water conservation nonprofit based in Prince Georges County, MD. Through its charitable initiatives, it brings together partners, donors and volunteers to implement programs and educate the community on the importance of water conservation and the environmental issues that impact our future water supply. For more information, contact: Geoffrey Grandison at firstname.lastname@example.org