Take an active role in reducing Pittsburgh’s carbon emissions! The Black and Gold City Goes Green is partnering up with the West End Alliance and Elliott Community Group to host the second blitz of the year on Saturday, September 13, and they are looking for volunteers to help make the event successful. As a volunteer, you will team up with a partner and distribute free energy-saving toolkits door-to-door to your neighbors in Elliott and West End. The Black and Gold City Goes Green will provide you with adequate training in the morning so you will know what to say at each house, and upon your return from the streets you will be greeted with a free lunch courtesy of Chipotle. All you need to bring is a water bottle and a winning smile, and be sure to dress appropriately for the weather – the blitz will go on rain or shine!
The event begins at 10:00am at the New Life Center (725 Lorenz Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15220) and will be finished by 2:00pm. Visit www.blackandgoldcitygoesgreen.com/volunteer to sign up today! As a bonus, the first 25 people who sign up will receive a complimentary movie ticket to the SouthSide Works, and everyone who joins will have a chance to win tickets to Venture Outdoors.
The Black and Gold City Goes Green was created in 2009 as the residential aspect of the Pittsburgh Climate Initiative. It is a project by PennFuture that promotes energy efficiency and renewable energy use at home. By using less energy and having your electricity supplied from renewable sources, you can significantly reduce your household’s carbon footprint and help make our air cleaner and communities healthier.