April 18, 2013 at 10:28pm
GreatNonprofits today announced that Washington DC has the
most Top-Rated Environmental Nonprofits of any city in the United States, with 5 Top-Rated nonprofits.
These nonprofits qualified for the status of Top-Rated based on user reviews submitted during 2012 on
the greatnonprofits.org website.
“In celebration of Earth Day 2013 GreatNonprofits is focused on increasing the awareness of leading
environmental nonprofits and the cities that host them. These nonprofits achieved Top-Rated status
because their clients, donors and volunteers chose to review them and bestow a high rating. There are
over 58,000 environmental nonprofits on our site and five of the top rated are based in United States,”
said Perla Ni, CEO of GreatNonprofits.
The Top-Rated Environmental Nonprofits in Washington DC are:
Amazon Conservation Association: ACA does an exceptional job of designing and implementing
programming that maximizes gains in both biodiversity conservation and livelihoods development and
American Forest Foundation: The American Forest Foundation is one of the oldest conservation
organizations in the US, and has been responsible for creating a huge (the largest) network of private
forest landowners in our country. (Review)
Civil War Trust: For more than a decade my wife and I have vigorously supported the Trust with more
than 50 donations…quite simply we ‘trust the Trust’ to stay on mission(“we buy dirt”), to support
preservation of hallowed ground, to educate those who walk these grounds and participate in their
educational offerings, to obtain matching funds and to minimize their ‘overhead expenses’. (Review)
National Parks Conservation Association: Every National Park has its own unique beauty and history,
National Parks Conservation Association is there to make sure everyone now and in future generations
gets a chance to visit these national wonders. (Review)
Environmental and Energy Study Institute: The Environmental and Energy Study Institute is a great
organization that works tirelessly to inform the public, policymakers, and stakeholders on environmental
and energy issues that affect not only the United States, but the entire World. (Review)
All nonprofit donors, sponsors, clients and volunteers are welcome to review their favorite nonprofits
at www.greatnonprofits.org. GreatNonprofits is currently gathering reviews for our 2013 Top-Rated
Award. Reviews are due by October 31, 2013 for your favorite nonprofit to be considered for a Top-
Rated Award .
Cities with the most Top-Rated nonprofits include Tucson, Arizona; Palo Alto, California; Denver
Colorado; Boston, Massachusetts; Washington, DC; Arlington Virginia and Seattle Washington.
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