Will you Support Green Star?
When you donate to Green Star, you make our programs and services possible. Your generosity allows us to accomplish our mission: encouraging and enabling our community to reduce waste and increase recycling.
Did you know that Green Star is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals’ Alaska Chapter? This organization adheres to the Association of Fundraising Professionals’ Donor’s Bill of Rights and Code of Ethics.
Please consider investing in our efforts to provide the Fairbanks community with information and resources for living and working “green.” Whose lives are better for what we do?
- Volunteers who love working with us.
- Children who receive the gift of knowledge and who will follow our example.
- Future generations of Alaskans who depend on us to protect their environment.
Your support is critical to our success. Will you join us?
When you donate, here’s what we can do…
Due to the possibility of hazardous waste elements leaching into groundwater, this program benefits the many residents of the Interior who rely on wells for drinking water. And because Total Reclaim salvages and resells valuable resources such as precious metals, fewer natural resources will be needed when producers buy the recycled material to make new products. Learn more!
Green Star partners with a variety of community organizations to provide recycling bins at special events and coordinate volunteers who collect and sort recyclable materials. Over two dozen volunteers collected and sorted more than 1,500 pounds of plastic water bottles and aluminum cans during the 2014 Tanana Valley State Fair. Learn more!
Tons of E-Waste Recycled Since 2006
Green Star publishes and distributes 15,000+ Fairbanks Recycling Guides annually. This comprehensive resource includes valuable information to help community members navigate the recycling scene in Fairbanks. You can download an electronic version of the Fairbanks Recycling Guide. Get the guide!
Every year, Green Star partners with Golden Valley Electric Association (GVEA) to present the Energy Hog Program at local elementary schools. This program accomplishes two goals: it helps students track down energy wasters—or energy hogs—and it teaches them energy-saving habits. Learn more!
Will you donate or become a member of Green Star to support these programs?
Checks may be made out to Green Star of Interior Alaska or GSIA. If you have any questions regarding membership or donations, please contact us at email@example.com or 907-452-4152. Your donation is tax deductible to the full extent the law allows, as Green Star is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with Tax ID# 92-0163048.