SEEED is a green community development non-profit focusing on creating and sustaining jobs for Knoxville’s urban young people, as well as ensuring clean energy technologies are available for low income residents. Our vision is for a sustainable city and sustainable careers for all of Knoxville’s residents. SEEED is preparing the heart of Knoxville to become the center of our emerging green economy by increasing access to sustainable, clean energy technologies and a sustainable food supply for low to moderate income residents. The resulting green job opportunities associated with these programs create pathways out of poverty for our youth.
SEEED creates pathways out of poverty for young adults through career readiness training, while equipping communities with environmental literacy skills.
Executive Director: Stan Johnson, email@example.com
Program Coordinator (AmeriCorps VISTA): Lee Owen, firstname.lastname@example.org
Social Media and Events Coordinator (AmeriCorps VISTA) : John P. Gough, email@example.com
Special Thanks to our recent grant partners
We are pleased to announce that SEEED has received the following grants for the 2015/2016 Career Readiness Program:
$15500 from Alliance to Save Energy through CAC, and the City of Knoxville for conducting 3 workshops with canvassing for the Knoxville Extreme Energy Makeover (KEEM) program
$10000 from First Baptist Concord and volunteer mentors
$9900 from Sparkplug
$6500 from the Cornerstone Foundation, whose purpose is to serve as a catalyst to reach our God-given potential as a community."
$6500 from the East Tennessee Foundation, "a public, nonprofit, community foundation created by and for the people of East Tennessee."
$5000 from Agilaire
$3000 from Bank of America
$1500 from City of Knoxville Parks and Recreation
$776 from ACF
$460 from Tennessee Valley Unitarian Church