USGBC-Missouri Gateway Chapter is a mission-driven 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that serves our community and our members by promoting environmentally responsible, prosperous and healthy places to live, work and learn. We hope you will consider making a donation to support our important work of providing access to green buildings and green communities to everyone. All levels of contributions are appreciated!
Founded in 2001, we are much more than a member group or professional organization–membership and course fees cover only 30% of our budget. Along with providing valuable education and networking opportunities for members and non-members alike, we provide a wide-range of outreach and advocacy programs, such as our Green Schools efforts, which provide resources and programs to ensure that every child attends a green school within this generation. The Regional Environmental Internship Program’s Climate Action Internship , which we recently inherited from another non-profit places interns with local governments to develop a Greenhouse Gas Inventory and Climate Action Plan for the municipality. Currently interns are placed in Maplewood and Wildwood.
Our Scholarship Program provides individuals from underserved or underrepresented audiences the opportunity to attend regional green building conference or supports their pursuit of a LEED professional accreditation. We also aim to assist students and emerging professionals entering the workplace with our Green Shadow Program, a one-day mentorship program with local business people working on green building and sustainability.
Questions? Please contact Emily Andrews, our Executive Director at 314.577.0854 or firstname.lastname@example.org.