Individuals: Join Our Sustainability Circle
The Sustainability Circle is CNT’s network of individual leaders committed to CNT’s mission of improving urban economies and environments across America with gifts of $360 or more. In thanks, Sustainability Circle donors receive special recognition and privileges, such as recognition in our Annual Report and early and exclusive invitations to CNT events.
Corporate partnerships offer flexible, year-long sponsorships that can be linked to specific programs or activities. Opportunities currently exist to sponsor the Equity Express Green Financial Literacy Program, as well as aspects of the Location Efficiency Hub. Event sponsorships are another great way to participate in exciting CNT activities surrounded by other supporters, and a great way to get your employees involved in urban sustainability issues. CNT event sponsorships change throughout the year, and are currently available for the Urban Sustainability Tech Challenge. Contact the Development Department today to create your customized package and to learn more.
Stock and Securities Gifts
A gift of stock or securities to CNT will potentially lower your capital gains liability. Please notify Paul Cusimano and transfer securities electronically to this account: Charles Schwab & Co. DTC#: 0164 ; Account: 30928924/Center for Neighborhood Technology
Workplace giving: CNT is a member of EarthShare, a network of organizations committed to environmental sustainability that promote charitable giving through payroll deduction. CNT participates in the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC Code #28111). To find out if your workplace is a part of the EarthShare network, check the list here.
CNT recognizes that there is concern about the use of personal information by charities and a donor desire to have this information kept confidential. For this reason, CNT will not share or sell donor information or personal information collected both online and offline with anyone else, nor send donor communications on behalf of other organizations unless the donor has given the CNT specific permission to do so.