How to Support Sustainability Initiatives, Even If You’re on a Budget

There are people around the world working day in and day out at various companies to create a more sustainable future for us all. It’s a busy and prominent space (and we know that there’s a lot to take in!). So how do you get involved, particularly when a lot of the companies are small businesses, start-ups, and non-profits with small budgets and limited communications channels?

That’s where GreenFunder comes in. A new platform that puts the spotlight on a range of small organizations and their sustainable initiatives. The platform is working to give those behind a host of cool initiatives, from a car-sharing solution to eco-friendly paper, to extending the life cycle of mobiles, an opportunity to expand and grow, so that their impact is more widespread.

Michael Ter Mors, GreenFunder Founder & CEO
 said: “I decided to start GreenFunder as the primary conduit to realize my vision of an economy and society that we can all be proud to be a part of and contribute to for generations to come. GreenFunder will support the success of several organizations, from food and agriculture, to waste reduction, and mobility, with crowdfunding from engaged citizens around the world, who will in turn receive exclusive content and educational material about sustainability initiatives and our beneficiaries.”

So if you’re looking for an easy way to contribute, and to learn more about innovations out there, you can subscribe via  


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