Share your love of the planet with our design contest! All ages are welcome to apply. Creativity is encouraged. Multiple submissions are allowed. Ideas for formats: photos, collages, paintings (including finger painting!), original songwriting, poetry, a short film, animation, etc. Categories for entries (feel free to mix and match!): Reducing Waste, Saving Trees, Saving Energy, and Electric Vehicles.
Send submissions to Natalie Cain, FACS Digital Organizer.
With each submission, you grant us permission to share your work (credited to you) with our broader network/followers.
The winning design will be featured on FACS’ social media, in a FACS’ newsletter, and at FACS’ Sustainability Awards.
FACS’ #ZerosAreHeroes campaign is part of our effort to promote local policies that will reduce greenhouse gases and reach carbon neutrality by 2050.
The social media toolkit is a helpful resource to help guide individuals and/or groups of people who care about the planet to take faith-based action. The toolkit currently has four advocacy priorities outlined with key takeaways, tactics, and digital assets (graphics + a video) along with sample messaging so that we can unify and amplify our voices.
Want the nitty gritty? Read about all of our 2021 Advocacy Priorities in our comprehensive e-book.
FACS organizes Advocacy Teams in Fairfax County, Arlington County, and the City of Alexandria. FACS convenes monthly advocacy webinars to share information and updates related to our advocacy. Interested in learning more? Read our Advocacy Team Member Role Description. If you’d like to join an advocacy team, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will connect you with a team leader.
Faith Alliance for Climate Solutions is a 501(c)(3) organization, and does not engage in partisan activities. We do not work for or against specific candidates or parties. All are welcome at the table.