You can help create a greener, healthier, cooler Earth.

Project EverGreen brings people together to make a difference in our yards, parks and community green spaces.

PROJECT EVERGREEN is a national non-profit organization committed to helping people like you work together to create healthy green space. We do this through GreenCare for Community initiatives that revitalize parks and public green spaces, and through the GreenCare for Troops program that mobilizes lawn and landscape services for military families.

Our efforts, empowered by donations and volunteers, result in remarkable lifestyle improvements, environmental impact and economic benefits.

To learn more about Project EverGreen and its planet Earth victories, or to join us by volunteering your time, service or resources call 877-758-4835.

Our Vision

A greener, cooler Earth.
Healthier, happier people.

Our Mission

Bringing people together to make a difference in how our yards, parks and communities create a greener, healthier, cooler Earth.

Make Health and Happiness Happen

Just 2,500 square feet of turfgrass releases enough oxygen for a family of four to breathe.

When #GreenCareforTroops formed an alliance with @IWantToMowYourLawn the goal was to ensure both programs would be able find and match families to available volunteers more effectively. The partnership paid off this spring. @borstlandscape https://bit.ly/3QmUp4i

Get ready to rock and roll at Band Blitz VI for the Military, a fundraiser for #GreenCareforTroops. Enjoy the music of popular local bands and food while supporting active-duty military troops on Saturday, September 10. Buy your tickets at https://bit.ly/3zV11Bu

Our seventh NYC #GreenCareforCommunities project is a wrap at #BradhurstGardens. Thanks to our donors and volunteers for transforming another green space that will significantly impact the lives of neighborhood residents. We can’t wait until 2023! https://bit.ly/3bh0Ln5

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