Founding One Hundred

Founding One Hundred

Become a Founding One Hundred Supporter

founding one hundredWant to round out our exclusive family who are the cornerstone of our grass roots sustainability movement, making the Annapolis area a Greener, more beautiful community? Then consider becoming one of our Founding One Hundred. The Founding One Hundred is an exclusive group comprised of the first 100 people to donate $1,000 to Annapolis Green. Join us as a leader at the forefront of the sustainability movement in the Annapolis area.

Annapolis Green is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization so donations are tax deductible in accordance with applicable tax law.

Don’t miss being part of this exclusive group!
Only six spots remain.

Click here to donate $1000 and become a Founding One Hundred.

1. Charlie Birney
2. Infrared Tools Energy Services
3. Gene Singleton & Maureen McEnerney
4. Keith & Helen Drewett
5. Doug Lashley/GreenVest
6. Elvia Thompson
7. Lynne & Mark Forsman
8. Ralph Gleason
9. Shelley & Eric Rubin
10. Boatyard Bar & Grill
11. John Nicklin
12. Cohen Community Fund
13. Towne Park
14. Eastport Civic Association
15. Galway Bay Irish Pub
16. The Brick Companies
17. Steve Schuh Family Foundation
18. Severn Savings Bank
19. Paul Murphy
20. Hannah Studios, Inc.
21. Joe Budge & Sharon Kennedy
22. PNC Wealth Management
23. K&B True Value
24. Betty & Jim Davis
25. Chesapeake Bay Roasting Company
26. Clean Currents
27. John H. Stevens
28. EP Henry
29. MOM’s Organic Market
30. La Prima Catering
31. Jeannie Zajac
32. Vic Pascoe
33. Robert Clark
34. Mid-Atlantic GEM, LLC
35. Dick Lahn
36. Homestead Gardens
37. Rick Kissel & Lee Finney
38. Kevin & Stacey Green
39. Hannon Armstrong
40. Clare Vanderbeek & Jack Morkan
41. Leonard Paper
42. Watermark Journey
43. Nancy & Bob Plaxico
44. Steve Kahle, SKA Studio
45. Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation
46. Blades of Green
47. Great Frogs Winery

48. Mike & Trish Davis
49. Victor Stanley, Inc.
50. Nicholas DiPasquale & Becky Robson
51. Paradise Float Spa
52. Katcef Brothers
53. Anne Arundel Soil Conservation District
54. Weems & Plath
55. The Helena Foundation
56. Robyn & Tom Modly
57. Julie Crudele
58. Live Green
59. Herrington by the Bay
60. What’s Up Media – Veronica Tovey & Milo Mason
61. Kristi Neidhardt
62. Edward Herold, Jr.
63. Craven & JD Engels
64. Kincey & Bruce Potter Environmental Fund
65. Brad & Mark Leahy
66. The Leahy Family
67. Stephen Holt
68. Margaret & Craig Morrell
69. Katie Leavy
70. Bob Agee
71. John & Peggy Brock
72. Westin Annapolis Hotel
73. Bob De Young
74. David & Lily Openshaw
75. George Blevins
76. Lisa Spallitta
77. Nora Terres & Peter West
78. Chesapeake Bayhawks
79. Marcia Verploegen Lewis & Tom Lewis
80. Jacqueline Sincore Guild
81. Al & Teresa Todd
82. Justen Garrity, Veteran Compost
83. Diane Holland
84. Jeffrey Short
85. Fred Schaefer
86. Sue Dodds, Dodds Properties, LLC
87. Merrill Family Foundation
88. Buzz & Joan Stillinger
89. Dennis Dineen
90. RASA Juice Shop
91. Phyllis & Dick Emmett
92. Lynn Stack
93. Mark & Bev Chaney
94. Jack Evans

Friends of Annapolis Green

If a $1000 Founding One Hundred donation is not possible, or you want to reach the $1000 in installments, consider becoming a Friend of Annapolis Green by donating an amount that is appropriate for you. Once you reach the $1000 level, your name will move to the Founding One Hundred list.

Founding One Hundred supporters doing good in our community

Hannon Armstrong donated $150,000 to Maryland Food Bank, YWCA of Annapolis and Anne Arundel County, and Annapolis Light House, organizations that are “working to relieve the widespread impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting gaps in community services.” Read more.

Galway Bay Irish Restaurant and Pub has implemented the Community 1st Responder Meal Fund that provides special lunches and dinners to staff at Anne Arundel Medical Center, Riva Fire Department, and the Southern, Eastern, and Northern Districts of the Anne Arundel County Police Department. If your company (or family) would like to sponsor a meal, Galway and its sister restaurants (Brian Boru, Killarney House, Pirates Cove) invites you to participate at the special price of $10 per meal. If you want to add a $2 tip per meal, the tip will go to the company’s employee relief fund to help team members most in need during this difficult time. The company will take care of the preparation and delivery and let the recipients know who sponsored their meals. How to donate.

MOMs Organic Market is showcasing its “Green Hour,” a list of activities and ideas for families. Categories are Make, Learn, DIY, Read, and B Mindful. Read more.

La Prima Food Group is offering no-contact home meal delivery & individual boxed meals with NO minimum. Read more.

Read about how Founding One Hundred supporter and Annapolis Green former Board member Kristi Neidhardt worked with her fellow Rotarians to set up the Anne Arundel COVID-19 First Responders Relief Effort to support healthcare workers, firefighters, police and restaurants during the coronavirus pandemic Click here.

K&B True Value hardware is open for curbside pickup and delivery. from 8am to 5pm. Order online at or or call 410-268-3939. K&B just announced that it will no longer carry products containing the toxic herbicide glyphosate such as Round-Up! They have a range of effective substitutes.

Homestead Gardens is bringing joy to Anne Arundel seniors and hospitals with fresh flowers. Read more.

While Katcef Brothers recently purchased sewing machines and enough materials to make 5000 PPE masks. All employees have the chance to volunteer in this process. They are using time from reduced schedules to produce the masks for local medical professionals, people in our community who are underserved and more. They are making deliveries of the masks to Anne Arundel Medical Center, George Washington University Hospital, the City of Annapolis, and So Others Might Eat (SOME). And the company has donated 200 half-gallon containers of Red Fox Hand Sanitizer to the City of Annapolis, working closely with Mayor Gavin Buckley to facilitate its delivery. Katcef Brothers has a 90-year tradition of giving back to local communities CEO Neal Katcef said the company “felt a responsibility to help the people who are fighting this pandemic on the front lines every day, and we couldn’t be any prouder of their work.”

We could not be prouder to be connected to these outstanding companies and individuals.


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