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January 9th thru March 12th

Sandler Center Foundation

This year, 4ag is sponsoring the Out of the Box Emerging Artist series at the Sandler Center. Join us with host Paul Shugrue for some of the best artists in and around Hampton Roads.

Help us sponsor this and future events with the Sandler Center Foundation.

When you donate to 4ag, you choose where your money goes. Select from one of the funds below, or choose the 4ag General Fund.
Programs for 2020  Color Me Green Program Ctrl+Alt+Recycle Fund 4ag Scholarship Fund Save the Bees, VA Sandler Center Foundation Sierra Club of VA HR Combined Fund
4ag Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.
Upcoming Events  Out of the Box Series @ The Sandler Center Jan 9 - Jeremy Lasley & the Lastones Jan 16 - Logan Vath Jan 23 - Gratiot Lake Road Jan 30 - The Jason Cale Band Feb 6 - The Dustin Furlow Collective Feb 13 - Court Street Company Feb 27 - Ben Phelps Project Mar 5 - Mosquito Cabaret Mar 12 - Anthony Rosano & the Conqueroos  Jun 21 - Fete de la Musique

The 4ag Color Me Green Program™ helps folks add solar power to their homes.

The day that I decided to start 4ag, I had dinner at my favorite Chinese restaurant. This was my fortune. To build a better world, start in your community.

4ag is a proud supporter of the Sierra Club. Help us give more.

CTRL+ALT+RECYCLE™ is a 4ag program developed to provide refurbished computers to those in need.

4ag General Fund

When you give to the 4ag General Fund, your money will be divided up equally between all current funds.  Programs for 2020 include: Sandler Center Foundation, 4ag Color Me Green Program™, Ctrl+Alt+Recycle™ Fund, Save the Bees, VA, the 4ag Scholarship Fund, and the Sierra Club of Virginia Fund.

If you would like to set up a recurring donation, please let us know here.

 

Updates

1/9/20 - The Out of the Box Emerging Artist Series begins at the Sandler Center in Virginia Beach.  Join us.

12/7/19 - 4ag Inc. has been approved for 501(c)(3) status. We will begin taking donations soon.

11/4/19 - 4ag Inc. filed form 1023 to the IRS for 501(c)(3) status

10/9/19 - 4ag Inc. officially incorporated in the State of Virginia

10/9/19 - Color Me Green Project announced - Apply Here

10/8/19 - Petition to ask Amazon to reduce the amount of plastic in packaging. Learn More

10/6/19 - 4ag.org introduces the 4ag Green Score™ - Take the Survey

10/1/19 - 4ag.org announces plans to offer free and subsidized solar systems to low-income homeowners in 2020.

9/30/19 - 4ag.org joins the Virginia Chapter of the Sierra Club.

9/22/19 - 4ag.org files as a non-profit corporation with the State of Virginia.

9/8/19 - Block the Import of Black Rhino remains.  US to allow trophy hunter to import body of rare black rhino.  The Trump administration says it will issue permit to a Michigan trophy hunter to import the skin, skull and horns from a rare black rhinoceros he shot in Africa. Read More...

9/7/19 - Save the Bees Update.  This petition has been updated to include the entire state of Virginia and is now located at Change.org.  Here is the new link:  http://chng.it/x6n98rxRPT

4ag Color Me Green™ Program

In 2020, 4ag Inc. will begin offering fully and partially-subsidized, residential solar power systems for lower income families in Virginia. Your donation can help fund one of these projects.  If you would like to set up a recurring donation, learn more here.

To determine if your home qualifies for this fund, apply online.

Ctrl + Alt + Recycle™

The 4ag CTRL+ALT+RECYCLE Program™ is a program developed to take donated computers, refurbish them, and then provide them to students in need. Another green idea from 4ag.

This program will require donated computers and funds to repair and rebuild these computers. Please help any way you can.

Save the Bees, Virginia

4ag Inc. will be working with other groups in and around Virginia to determine what steps need to be taken to bring back the honey bee population, one of the most important animals on Earth.

4ag Scholarship Fund

4ag Inc. will begin offering scholarships to high school graduates that have been accepted into an environmental science program at an accredited university.  Scholarship winners will be selected by essay.