A few bikes are left for the Spin Class with Radio Personality Sue Brady Hartigan and our spinning leader Andy for a “Fun”- draiser Tomorrow at 7pm.
Reserve Your Seat Today for Sustainable Wellesley’s First Fundraiser Since Gaining its Charitable Status
You know you have been wanting to try out spinning, or perhaps spinning with some new energizing folks, so please register TODAY and join us at Cyclebar, 386 Washington Street on Thursday, November 12th at 7-8pm. Afterwards, join us across the street for continued “fun”-draising at the Local where 10% of proceeds go to Sustainable Wellesley.
Click here to reserve your seat before they sell out.
Can’t make the ride, but want to join in the festivities?
Come by the Local (11 Forest St, Wellesley Hills) at 8.15 and/or swing by any time on Thursday and mention Sustainable Wellesley. 10% of all meal costs will proceed Sustainable Wellesley’s programing.
Your generous donations fund a variety of Sustainable Wellesley’s initiatives including: promoting renewable energy, climate education, school programing, conservation, and waste reduction.
Sustainable Wellesley is pleased to announce that it has been granted 501(c)3 status and may now accept charitable, tax-deductible contributions to support and broaden its sustainability initiatives. Can’t make the event, feel free to donate here.
Sustainable Wellesley’s mission is “To engage residents, businesses, and the Town of Wellesley in the actions required for sustainability”. With Wellesley Green Schools now part of the organization, inspiring students to create a healthy, sustainable world, is also one of its core goals.
This volunteer based, 1500-member organization encourages sustainability in a variety of ways in Wellesley by organizing events, promoting learning, and encouraging *action*.
If you want a stronger voice for sustainability in Wellesley and beyond, please choose your level of action: emailing the team about initiatives that you would like to work on; filling out the member survey; going to an interesting event on the calendar; perusing the informative and inspiring website; completing the easy-to-use sustainability checklists; coming to an action meeting; adding your name to the town’s solar map; pledging to make your lawn pesticide free; or requesting a climate change speaker for your event. And whatever your level of action please consider making a tax deductible donation to make all of this possible.