Sep 21, 2017
A fund that provides students hands-on learning experience and supports HSU’s goal of being a climate positive campus just received a major boost.
Launched in 2015 by the HSU Advancement Foundation, the Go Green Fund will make it possible for students to play a vital, hands-on role in implementing the University’s Climate Action Plan, which includes strategies to ease the campus’ ecological footprint. This work might include things like more efficient lighting, reduced heating costs, and better monitoring of utility usage.
“Donors gave generously to help HSU students make our campus greener and more sustainable. A special thanks to everyone who helped make this campaign a success,” says Foundation Board member and Chair of the Philanthropy and Advocacy Committee Laura Fisher (Geology, ‘84).
The Go Green student-interns, in collaboration with HSU’s Office of Sustainability, will begin work this fall. Thanks to donors and board members, this successful fundraising campaign not only empowers students to make HSU more sustainable, but also gives students the tools to make our world a better place.
You can join donors by making a gift to the Go Green Fund here. For more information about the Go Green Fund, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (707) 826-5200.