Global Impact

√ 6,300 schools
√ 500,000 students
√ 43 US States and 9 Countries
…and growing!!!

Awards and Recognitions for Project Green Schools

Since 2007, Project Green Schools programs have been recognized, endorsed, or supported by:
• US Department of Education
• US Department of Labor
• US Environmental Protection Agency
• National Environmental Education Foundation
• North American Association for Environmental Education
• Earth Day Network
• Green Schools National Network
• Keep America Beautiful
• National Wildlife Federation’s Eco-Schools USA
• Green Education Foundation
• Beyond Benign and
• Stakeholders connected to environmental education on a statewide, regional, and national level.

Project Green Schools has received the following awards:

Healthy Kids Heroes Award awarded by Healthy Kids Info to Green Schools Student Leader, Brooke Leifer, February, 2016
• Organization-Regional Award Winner awarded by North American Alliance for Environmental Education, October 2013
• Finalist for 2012 Massachusetts Nonprofit Network Excellence Award in the category of Leadership, April 2012
• Presidential Environmental Youth Awards Certificates awarded to Green Schools Student Ambassadors and Green Rockers, April 2012, March 2011
• Certificate of Honor presented to The Green Schools Student Ambassadors and Green Rockers at The Massachusetts State House for Commitment to Environmental Stewardship, March 2011
• Nominated for 2010 Massachusetts Nonprofit Network Leadership Award, April 2010
• Honored by US Senator John Kerry for commitment to and encouragement of green education and awareness, May 2010
• Certificate of Honor – 15th Annual Secretary’s Awards for Excellence in Energy and Environmental Education, April 2009

Robin Organ, Executive Director/Founder of Project Green Schools has received these awards:

• Presidential Volunteer Service Award awarded to Robin Organ for more than 4,000 hours of sustained service, October 2011
• Most Valuable Educator awarded to Robin Organ – Recognized at Fenway Park by The Massachusetts Teachers Association, April 2009
• Conservation Teacher of the Year: Robin Organ – Recognized by Mass Audubon, November 2008
• Woman of Achievement in the state of Massachusetts: Robin Organ – Recognized by The Center for Women & Enterprise (CWE), September 2008