Help Us Grow
The Loudoun Green Business Challenge was created in 2009 as a partnership between Loudoun County and the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce for the purpose of encouraging all businesses to strive for long-term environmental sustainability. Since 2009, our green business challenge has had great sponsors such as REHAU, Loudoun County, Dominion Energy, Nova Medical & Urgent Care Center, Washington Gas, and The National Conference Center. Sponsorships have helped to hold events such as lunch and learn, networking meetings and of course, our end of the year Awards event, all to help promote and teach about sustainability.
In 2018, we took on its green business Challenge which helps identify and recognize the environmentally-sustainable accomplishments of participating businesses through a scorecard. Any commercial based business and home based business in Virginia is welcome to complete the scorecard and be a part of this great green movement.
Virginia Green Initiative, Inc. relies on the honor and integrity of each participant. There are no authorities in place to audit each submission. It has been developed to recognize, acknowledge and build a community of trust among participating organizations and networking opportunities. To better prepare for the scorecard successful completion, consider how sustainability relates to your business with regard to these pillars of sustainability:
Sponsorships have helped to hold events such as lunch and learn, networking meetings and of course, our end of the year Awards event, all to help promote and teach about sustainability.
Please sponsor Virginia Green Initiative, Inc.’s growth and success at one of the following levels:
- Signature Sponsor, $3,000
- Platinum Sponsor, $2,500
- Gold Sponsor, $1,500
- Green Series Events Sponsor, $7,500
- Members Green Gala Ticket Sponsor, $45
- Host Sponsor
- Media Sponsor
- Food Catering Sponsor
“We Do Not Inherit the Earth from Our Ancestors; We Borrow It from Our Children”
Sponsor the Green Business Challenge
Please help grow the Virginia Green Initiative, Inc., now a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.