As part of our commitment to corporate responsibility, GreenCollarWoman™, a brand of Anderson Brown Ltd, will donate a portion of its profits to certain charitable/non-profit organizations as part of our ‘Designated Charities’ program. Donations will be in the form of cash or in kind benefit.
The designated charities/non-profits must be dedicated to supporting environmental and/or women’s leadership initiatives and can be located anywhere in the world. At the end of each calendar year, members of the GreenCollarWoman™ community will vote on the ‘Top Charity’ which will receive 40% of the donation fund with the other charities receiving 30%, 20% and 10% of the donation fund respectively, depending on the number of votes received.
As part of the ‘Designated Charities’ program, these non-profit organizations will have access to other benefits such as free membership.
10:10 is a national drive to cut the UK’s carbon emissions by 10% during 2010. Anyone can sign up to 10:10, from ordinary people, schools and hospitals to councils and government departments, from corner shops to high street banks and from scout troops to premiere league football clubs.
By joining 10:10, people and organizations are making a commitment to try their best to cut their own emissions by 10%, as part of a wider national effort to significantly reduce the output of greenhouse gasses in line with what the scientists say is needed.
The campaign launched from Tate Modern on September 1st 2009, and within three days had signed up over 10,000 people, 400 businesses, and the leaders of all three major political parties to the 10:10 pledge.
10:10 is a project from the team behind the climate blockbuster The Age of Stupid, directed by Franny Armstrong.
To find out about 10:10 and to sign up, go to http://www.1010uk.org/