The world’s top charities are doing good things for electric cars
Posted On August 2, 2021
The world is getting ready to celebrate the end of World Electric Vehicles Week, a monthlong celebration of electric vehicles.
The International Campaign for Clean Energy (ICLE), which has a global membership of more than 4 million people, has been organizing the event, with some of the top charities participating.
Among the participating organizations are the Red Cross, The Nature Conservancy, and the Natural Resources Defense Council.
There’s also a focus on climate change and renewable energy.
This is the third year the event is taking place, but this year the focus is more on the environment.
Volunteers have already donated more than $1.3 million, which is expected to increase to more than half a billion by the end in 2021, according to ICLE.
It is a great way to promote clean energy, said Tom Fenton, director of environmental advocacy for ICLe.
I hope we’ll see a significant increase in donations and we’ll be able to make a significant contribution to clean energy production and consumption.
While the event does have some of these environmental goals, the most important one for me is that we want to encourage more people to get involved and do good things,” he said.
If you’d like to help, you can make a tax-deductible donation to ILEC or visit its website.
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