stephen Scalese donated 2020-06-06 18:16:40 -0400
Thank you for donating to MCAN!
Your support and participation are critical to MCAN’s work helping Massachusetts communities and individuals fight global warming. MCAN is an approved public charity under the provisions of IRS code 501(c)3. Our EIN number is 26-3880797. Your contributions to MCAN are fully tax deductible.
There are many ways you can support MCAN:
Your credit card will be charged “Massachusetts Climate Action Network” and your donation is 100% tax deductible.
You can send us a check (no cash, please!) to 36 Bromfield St, Suite 306, Boston MA 02108
Donations of Stock, aka Personal Divestment:
Looking to divest your personal portfolio? We can accept your donations of fossil fuel stocks (coal, oil, gas, etc) and turn them into the thing you care about - fighting climate change! Email us to find out more.
How we use your donation:
Your support means more towns pass clean energy policies, more communities build clean energy projects, more teams learn from each other, and more innovative policies get spread across the commonwealth.
Your donation is used to accelerate climate solutions and help build connections that keep our movement growing.
A $50 donation will support a clean energy tour.
$100 pays for a month of our website and email outreach tools so we can send you information about hearings, meetings, and trainings.
$250 buys ink cartridges and paper for our printer so we can make double-sided color copies of fact sheets and informational brochures for educating the public and for meetings with town and city officials and staff.
$500 pays for staff time for one on one coaching for passing a great energy policy in town.
$1,000 will help to support the larger campaigns and events that we hold, such as the cost of one Muni Summit with staff time, fees for renting the space, food, and transportation.Donate
stephen Scalese wants to volunteer 2016-03-22 19:38:31 -0400
One effective way to show the Governor and the Legislature that people care about clean energy and climate change is to get letters to the editor and opinion editorials published, urging both constituents and elected officials to take action.
Because of passionate activists like you, we have had Letters to the editor and Opinion Editorials flooding in from all corners of the state.
More than half of the people who read the paper read the opinion pages. Letters to the editor and Opinion Editorials stimulate the conversation about climate change and help people learn what we can do as residents of Massachusetts to bring cleaner energy into our state.
If you would like to aid in this effort, please volunteer here and a Grassroots Media Coordinator will provide you with materials for taking action.Become a volunteer