Contribute to Support Sustainability!

Your donations sustain our work.

You can make a one-time gift, or set up automatic monthly contributions here. Thanks!


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Tax Deductible Information
The Alliance for Sustainability is a registered 501(c)(3) organization.
Our Tax ID Number is 41-1451709.
Contact us for our current state and federal certifications and our most recent form 990.

Alliance for Sustainability, in the GreenWay Building, 2801 21st Ave S. Suite 100, Minneapolis, MN 55407


You can make your contribution to the Alliance here for Give to the Max Day Nov 17, 2016. Thanks!

Support our work for Resilient Communities!

Your gift will be matched and will enable us to empower citizen leaders in 40 metro communities to include climate resilience and equity in their city’s comprehensive plans (a once in a decade opportunity!), expand community solar, protect water quality, engage faith communities and grow sustainable local food systems.

Resilient Communities
Join us at a workshop near you to learn how you can help include sustainability in your city’s comprehensive plan! Your support will enable us to empower Environmental Commission volunteers in 40 metro cities to incorporate climate resilience and economic equity in their city’s new comprehensive plans. This opportunity comes only once a decade!
Community Solar Gardens
We are bringing congregations, businesses and communities together to organize community solar gardens, which allow all Minnesotans (even if they don’t have access to solar) to save money through locally-produced solar energy that creates local jobs and builds the economy.  Sign up to learn how to join our solar garden at:
Water Stewards
We matched trained volunteer Master Water Stewards with congregations, neighborhoods, lake groups, schools and Environmental Commissions to help them plant rain gardens to protect our lakes and creeks in partnership with the Fresh Water Society.
Engaging Congregations in Sustainability
We support volunteer teams in congregations to through our lively networking events for volunteers to share their successful solar, rain garden, community garden and energy efficiency projects in eight clusters of congregations.
Model Local Sustainable Food Systems
Through the Community Table Cooperative we support African-American, Latino, Hmong, immigrant and other farmers to increase sales by forming co-ops to supply affordable, healthy food to corner stores.