Green Clean Schools Sponsor Levels + Benefits (2014-15)

Join the Winning Team

Tony Almeida

Elk Grove Unified School District, Elk Grove, CA

Aaron Uresti

University of California, Riverside, CA

Shawna Cragun

Davis School District, Davis County, UT

Christopher K Raines

Cosumnes River Community College, Sacramento, California

Mark Bishop

Green Cleaning Consultant

Kimberly Thomas

Clarke County School District, Athens, GA

Mike Jones

Columbia Public Schools, Columbia, MO

Jodi Krause

University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

Infection Control

A proper infection control strategy is important to an effective green cleaning program. Through education, hand hygiene, proper cleaning and THEN safer disinfecting products, schools can support health and the environment together.

Integrated Pest Management

Integrated Pest Management (IPM), similar to green cleaning, is an important strategy to minimize the use of potentially toxic chemicals in your school. Green cleaning and IPM work hand in hand in promoting healthier and more sustainable schools.

Green Laundry

Laundry is a crucial, yet often unnoticed, part of a school’s overall green cleaning program. Textiles from athletic jerseys to kitchen rags require regular laundering. The good news is that laundry care is the perfect opportunity for schools to reduce energy, water and chemical consumption.

Green Cleaning in School Food Service

In food service, as in all areas of a school, meeting stringent public health and sanitation requirements is a top priority. Health and safety should never be compromised. The following guidelines address specific green cleaning considerations related to food service in schools.

Step 5
Share the Responsibility

Everyone plays a role in maintaining a healthy environment. This step describes ways that students, teachers, administrators, unions and contractors can share the responsibility.

Step 4
Adopt Green Cleaning Training + Procedures

Green cleaning procedure goals are to reduce health risks and minimize environmental impact. This step outlines how you can get your procedures to line up with those goals.

Step 3
Introduce Green Equipment + Supplies

Today’s tools can reduce chemical use, increase productivity and help decrease injuries. This offers guidance on making the right green equipment and supply choices.

Step 2
Identify Green Cleaning Products

This step is designed to take the guesswork out of evaluating products and help you identify those that meet high standards for effectiveness, health and safety.

Step 1
Prepare Your School

Step 1 walks you through essential preparations for building a green cleaning program, such as creating a green team and assessing your current program.

Mervin Brewer

Salt Lake City School District, Salt Lake City, UT

Keith Webb

Newport News School District, Newport News, VA

Gene Woodard

University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Green Clean Schools Sponsor Levels + Benefits

Join us in transforming school cleaning for the next generation

Healthy Schools Campaign is proud to launch Green Clean Schools, a multi-faceted strategy to ensure green, sustainable cleaning programs. The website is focused on three new resources that will educate school decision-makers, recognize outstanding green cleaning programs and provide opportunities to engage with influencers to drive healthier and more sustainable cleaning programs for all schools.

For nearly a decade, Healthy Schools Campaign and partners have been changing the way schools are cleaned. Together, we’re educating and engaging school decision-makers and influencers; creating a supportive policy environment; recognizing outstanding programs; and providing a marketplace that’s easy for purchasers to navigate while rewarding product innovation.

Now, we invite you to join us and the team that’s greening America’s schools as we take on our most ambitious, comprehensive program yet.We’re looking for sponsors to join our green team and ensure healthy, sustainable schools for all.

Our new website includes:

GreenCleanSchools.org

The new GreenCleanSchools.org is the place for all things green cleaning. The updated and expanded content reflects current trends in cleaning and puts practical tools and resources for school decision-makers front and center. The site is easier to use, easier to access, and more comprehensive than ever before, with powerful tools for parents, teachers, administrators and cleaning professionals alike.

Green Clean Schools Leadership Council

Healthy Schools Campaign is proud to announce the launch of our new Green Clean Schools Leadership Council. Composed of the top school cleaning professionals in the country, this elite group is coming together to promote best practices, create mentorship opportunities, and share their experiences with school leaders and cleaning professionals across the country.

Green Clean Leadership Summit

The Leadership Council will come together annually to encourage the on-the-ground leaders of the green clean schools movement and share their experiences with others. Dialogue from the Leadership Summit will inform our guidance and communications on green cleaning. The Summit will also be a place where leaders can connect with each other, as well as with industry, to understand the latest trends and technologies.

 

Join a Leader in the Movement

Over the last decade, Healthy Schools Campaign has emerged as a leader in the green clean schools movement, encouraging and supporting schools to adopt green cleaning programs. We have:

 

  • Engaged over 175,000 individuals with our Five Steps to Green Cleaning in Schools, a comprehensive toolkit for schools.
  • Passed green clean schools legislation in Illinois and supported legislative efforts in seven other states.
  • Run a national green cleaning awards program, now in its 7th year, with American School & University magazine and Green Cleaning Network.
  • Provided regular online educational programming for schools and industry.
  • Developed a network of 25 leading stakeholder organizations including many national education organizations, to educate their members about green cleaning in schools.
  • Supported Green Cleaning Network as a Founding Board Member.
  • Engaged with policymakers to incorporate green cleaning into national education and environmental programs.
  • Partnered with industry leaders who offer green cleaning services and products that are changing the marketplace.

Sponsor Levels + Benefits

We invite you to join us in the exciting next phase of our green cleaning work as a sponsor of Green Clean Schools. In addition to receiving the benefits outlined below, sponsors align their brand with this successful campaign, which is helping transform the green market for schools and will reach a wide variety of school decision-makers and influencers.

Below are details for a two-year sponsorship commitment. Contact Sara Porter via email or at (312) 419-1810 to learn more.

 

  Presenting
$50,000
Platinum
$30,000
Leader
$20,000
Member
$12,500
Supporter
$7,500
Affiliate
$2,500
Visibility in the green cleaning section of HSC’s website Yes
Visibility on Green Clean Schools homepage Yes
Company logo on Green Clean Schools homepage Yes
Company logo on Green Clean Schools website Every page One section
Product category exclusivity Yes One section
Customized communications plan including traditional and social media outreach Yes Yes
Customized web search engine optimization strategy Yes Yes
Sponsorship of Green Clean Schools Leadership Summit Yes Yes
Recognition on green clean webinars and other special projects All Three Two One
Access to special Green Clean Schools logo for use on company website and other materials Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Featured in blogs and newsletters Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Placement on Green Clean Schools sponsor page Prominent logo Logo Logo Logo Logo Listing
Qualified product listings in the featured product database Unlimited Unlimited Up to 100 Up to 50 Up to 25 Up to 10
Placement on downloadable brochure Prominent logo Logo Logo Listing Listing Listing

 

CONTACT SARA PORTER TO LEARN MORE