Since its remarkable establishment in 2008, The Southeast Climate & Energy Network has been known for its unparalleled commitment to member satisfaction. It’s this standard of excellence and dedication that has provided the momentum for us to grow into the extraordinary network we are today.
Our members always come first and that means exceptional services and collaborative wins. Our team is fully dedicated to meet our members' needs and to amplify the voices of frontline communities and grassroots organizations.
Your donation will help SCEN members to fight the climate crisis in a just and equitable way.
Don’t miss out on the chance to be part of an amazing network striving to make change at a global level and fostering a better tomorrow together!
Monthly Donation Levels
Climate Supporter - $10 monthly will help 1 emerging climate leader undergo a capacity building training
Climate Educator - $25 monthly will help pay for stipends to volunteer organizers for the Southern Communities for Green New Deal program
Climate Ambassador - $50 monthly supports the recording, editing and promotion of the new Climate Justice Y’all podcast
Climate Activist - $100 monthly supports 1 SCEN grassroots member organization for their work in frontline, low-income communities
Climate Leader - $200 monthly supports 2 SCEN grassroots member organizations for their work in frontline, low-income communities
Climate Champion - $500 monthly supports our Bi-Annual Convening that gathers over 60+ organizations to induce change across 12 states in the Southeast
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For your donation we will send you:
1. $20: Tote Bag
2. $25: SCEN T-shirt
3. $40: Both items
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SCEN's TOP ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Prepared Southern Communities for a Green New Deal policy platform in partnership with Gulf Coast Center for Law and Policy, Dogwood Alliance, and Kingdom Living Temple, and multiple organizations and networks throughout the South
Created its first ever RFP “Film in the Field” in partnership with Exposure Labs
Became a member of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) and sponsored the participation of 20+ co-op members in this organization’s annual meeting who otherwise would not have had the opportunity to attend
FRESH energy and Environmental working groups implemented programatic and network weaving activities for the 4th consecutive year
Created a third working group in partnership with the Southeast Faith Leaders Network that works on the intersectionality between faith and climate
Created a first iteration of an asset map to assess the networks’ membership strengths and areas of improvement
Increased its membership by 39%