Introducing The Conservation Fund – the Bounce Energy Charity Partner for April 2014

By Adam P. Newton, April 11, 2014, Charity & Community

Introducing The Conservation Fund – the Bounce Energy Charity Partner for April 2014Here at Bounce Energy, we believe in taking care of our environment and being responsible citizens of Planet Earth. Since people around the globe celebrate Earth Day each April 22nd, we take time during the month of April to share a range of news, information, and tips about green living. As part of these efforts, we have partnered with The Conservation Fund as our charity for April 2014.

Since 1985, The Conservation Fund has worked hard to preserve land of all shapes, sizes, and purposes across America, saving special places across the country – for all its people.

Bounce Energy will be giving The Conservation Fund a donation of $2,500 to assist this non-profit with its noble efforts to conserve, rebuild, and restore areas in need around Texas. We will also donate an additional 50 cents for every new Facebook “Like” and Twitter follower we gain during April 2014.

We’re honored to team up with The Conservation Fun this month. The organization has strong financials (96% of every dollar received goes into the operations), maintains a range of major programs as part of its the conservation strategy, and can speak about locations all across America where the great work of conservation has been accomplished.

To learn more about The Conservation Fund, we encourage you to visit ConservationFund.org and then find out how you can partner with and/or support their efforts.

To learn more about Bounce Energy and our past charitable campaigns, please visit bounceenergy.com/charity.

East Texas Wetlands image courtesy of The Conservation Fund.

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Born and raised in Southeast Texas, Adam P. Newton never acquired the charming accent that most life-long Texans possess in spades, but he’s OK with that. Adam currently creates and curates online content for Direct Energy. Before his career in content marketing, Adam spent several years toiling as a music journalist.

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