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Become a NJ Chapter Partner

Getting the next generation excited about green initiatives, championing legislation that will make an immediate impact, sharing ideas and innovations that inspire and motivate. This is what happens when you sponsor the programs of the U.S. Green Building Council New Jersey. Our partners are invaluable in helping us reach our goal of healthier, more efficient lifestyles, buildings and communities. By aligning with USGBC NJ, a trusted leader in green building and sustainability, you’re sending a powerful message of commitment, passion and promise.  Your partnership contributions provide operating support and start-up funds for over 150 educational programs including; sustainability education for homeowners and renters, continuing education courses for green building professionals, and training for local school districts. Your funding also supports outreach events, research studies and advocacy initiatives.

Why Become a NJ Chapter Partner?

Leadership. Lead the sustainability initiatives in our businesses, residential communities, schools and health care facilities in both the grass roots and “top down” arenas.

Recognition. Be recognized through USGBC NJ’s website, quarterly newsletters, events and printed materials targeted to green building advocates and decision-makers. Our newsletter reaches 10,000+ supporters and our educational events attract 1,500+ professionals each year, including architects, engineers, owners, developers, policy makers and more.

Membership. Join one of the largest and most active chapters, with 1500+ committed members. Receive complimentary chapter memberships with free and discounted event admission to over 50 educational and networking events annually.

Investment. Help our cutting-edge research, advocacy and education programs to advance sustainability in lifestyles, buildings and communities both locally and nationally.

USGBC NJ serves as the meeting ground and catalyst for sustainability- minded individuals in building-related professions, including:

  • Major Corporations
  • Manufacturers and Retailers of Green Products
  • Architects, Designers, Engineers
  • Facility Managers and Building Owners
  • Developers, Builders, Appraisers
  • Lenders and Real Estate Professionals
  • LEED Project Leaders, Owners, Professionals