Sustainability Award Nominee
On Earth Day – Friday, April 22, 2022 – MoRA will be attending the 10th Annual Charlotte Sustainability Awards Presented by Duke Energy to celebrate individuals and organizations making “incredible strides toward a smarter and more sustainable future.”
For over 10 years, Sustain Charlotte has been Charlotte’s leading organization for smart growth — an approach that aims to protect the environment, support local economies, and further opportunities for all. MoRA exists for all of these reasons and more. And we are honored to be nominated for a sustainability award this year.
Monroe Road Advocates is proud to be in the company of these fine organizations in the largest category at the awards. And we are excited to learn more about their stories and successes.
Non-profits: A Roof Above, ArtPop Street Gallery, BikeWalk North Carolina, Carolina Farm Trust, Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation, Charlotte Green Initiative, Charlotte ReCyclery, Charlotte Wildlife Stewards, CLT Bike Camp, Crisis Assistance Ministry, Great Outdoors University, Historic West End Green District, Margaret Burtin Inc, MoRA (Monroe Road Advocates), NorthEnd Partners, The Visual and Performing Arts Center (VAPA), TreesCharlotte, Upcycle Arts (Click here to read more about each nominee)
You can head over to Sustain Charlotte’s site to see the other categories and nominees.
Get Your Tickets
This isn’t your average awards ceremony, and this isn’t a typical year; 2022 marks the tenth year of this event’s existence, and they’re are excited to be bringing it back in person and at a new venue!
Join our region’s community leaders, elected officials, and media for an evening of drinks, dinner, and delight. Proceeds from ticket sales help to further Sustain Charlotte’s mission. Reserve your tickets here.
EVENT: Sustain Charlotte’s 2022 Charlotte Sustainability Awards presented by Duke Energy
WHEN: Friday, April 22 from 6-9 p.m.
WHERE: The Extravaganza Depot on N. Tryon St.
Monroe Road Advocates (MoRA) is grassroots group of volunteers from Monroe Road neighborhoods, businesses, nonprofits, and schools. We’re connecting community in the corridor from Lupie’s/7th Street to NC-51.