Donations and Memberships

Donations and Memberships

With your help SSMC can:

  • Honor local champions with our annual Sustainability and Green Building Awards
  • Evaluate trends towards sustainability in the County with the Indicators Report
  • Build Pathways to Sustainable Communities, our exciting new program to take a longer look at trends, programs and policies that are making a difference, share success stories, and navigate the path forward for our organization and community
  • Spread the word about sustainability and key findings and resources from the Indicators Report through presentations, events, and other educational outreach
  • Advocate for sustainable policies as we build our policy work with viewpoints based on 25 years of expertise researching local economy, environment and equity issues
  • Expand our programs and build our capacity
  • SSMC Memberships: $250 Corporate • $125 Small Business/Nonprofit • $50 Family • $35 Individual • $15 Student

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    You can also become a member or make a donation by check through the mail.

    Make your check payable to Sustainable San Mateo County and mail to:

    Sustainable San Mateo County (SSMC)
    177 Bovet Road, Sixth Floor
    San Mateo, CA 94402

    For questions about donations and memberships, other ways to contribute, or to make a pledge and receive an invoice, please contact our office:

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  • Call: 650-638-2323
  • Fax: 650-341-1395
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    From the 2017 Indicators Report

    Between 1989 and 2014, low income wages decreased by 7% and high income wages increased by 27% in San Mateo County.

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    ‟In the long term, the economy and the environment are the same thing. If it's unenvironmental it is uneconomical. That is the rule of nature.”—Mollie Beattie