Organizing For Glass Organizer is a nonprofit organization focused on helping individuals, organizations, and communities organize for more environmentally sustainable solutions.
Organizers can use Glass Organize as a tool to help people connect and connect with their communities, and share their work with the world.
Organizers are also using Glass Organizes to help connect with fellow organizers and get to know each other in order to collaborate on projects.
Organizing for glass organizer’s website states, “Organizers use Glass organizer as a bridge between groups of organizers and a common platform for organizing.
They can use it as a resource for creating new, meaningful, sustainable communities.”
Organizing For glass organizer has helped organize over 40 local events in the San Francisco Bay Area, and the organization plans to expand to more cities in the future.
OrganizingForglass organizes more than 60,000 events a year in more than 40 cities in California, New York, and more than a dozen other countries.
The organization also works with organizations to share and grow their work.
Organizations are invited to sign up for the organization’s email list, which includes a weekly email with the latest news, workshops, and events.
Organize for glass organizers also offers free event rental to help groups host events in their community.
Organize For Glass organizes events at their own events, but they have also held many events for community and local groups around the Bay Area.
Organizer Stephanie Oleson from the California Department of Labor is an organizer for the California Glass Institute.
Oleso started organizing for Glass organizer’s work about six years ago and she is still working with the organization to build out the organization and its membership.
Organization For Glass organizer, Stephanie Oelson, said, “This is a really amazing organization that has helped me tremendously, and it has been a huge part of my career.”
Organizers and Glass Organized have also helped to connect and grow the Glass Organizing Network, which has helped to help organizers and Glass organizers organize events around the world, Oles, who works in the industry, said.
The Glass Organization Network is currently growing and Olesons goal is to expand the network to include organizations from around the globe, and to have Glass Organists participate in Glass Organizations global events.
Organists can find out more about Glass Organizations mission, website, and support at their website.
Glass Organisers are encouraged to join Glass Organizational Network by contacting a Glass Organist.
Glass organists are also welcome to create their own organization with Glass Organisms support.
Glass Organizers support is also offered through the Glass Organization Newsletter and Glass Coordinator program.