The Green Fund Development Institute, Inc. Announces its Mission is to Improve and Strengthen Fund Development Strategies for California's Nonprofit Organizations.

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The institute provides hands-on professional consultation and services that strengthen every organization's fundraising efforts to insure their success. There are four major divisions: Dosha Fundraising, offering products that benefit our health and reduce our impact on the environment; Healthy Directions of Poway, provides a comprehensive health/wellness and nutrition platform; Gardens of Eden, educates how to design and plant a garden to successfully grow your own food and Phoenix Energy and Construction, performs quality energy saving upgrades for non profits that operate their own residential homes.

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In this tough economy many groups and organizations struggle just to maintain. Fundraising has become necessary for their survival. The Dosha Fundraising's website ( offers products for fundraising that have been scrupulously researched for their contribution to our health and sustainability of the planet. With a parallel commitment to the well being of people and the earth, the Green Fundraising Development Institute understands how to implement most profitable fundraising campaigns that exceed expectations with integrity. All participants are proud to represent their organization while encouraging their customers to make a difference.

Healthy Directions of Poway ( provides thehealth/wellness/nutrition platform for fundraising events.
Services that can be tailored to your event include:
□ Programs focusing on disease management: These programs monitor and treat specific illnesses, i.e.: Cardiovascular disease, Hypertension, Cancer, Obesity, Diabetes, and Stress. Disease management follows the 80/20 rule: 80% health care costs are spent on 20% of employees.
□ Programs focusing on health enhancement and disease management i.e. Programs that focus on lifestyle changes for: smoking cessation, exercise, air and water pollution, dietary excesses and poor nutrition, alcohol and substance abuse, stress management, sleep disorders, sunlight and radiation protection, occupational and industrial safety.
□ Fitness programs designed with professional trainer: Reasonable goals established; Evaluation and summary printout; Scheduled follow-up.
□ Medical evaluation, including EKG and blood work, cancer screen, bone density for Osteoporosis, if appropriate; Psychological evaluation; Summary printout; Appropriate self-help and learn materials dispensed, once high-risk areas are identified; Scheduled follow-up.
□ Consultation with Registered Dietician: Diet history and Nutritional assessment; Lifestyle recommendations; Summary printout; Scheduled follow-up.
□ Oriental and Integrative Medicine consultation.

The Gardens of Eden division shows how to design and plant a garden to successfully grow your own food. We can provide individualized garden advise that demonstrates how to irrigate and maintain your garden year round. Tired of paying high prices for fresh organic veggies? Eat what you grow and sell or donate the rest.

Non Profit Organizations that operate residential homes and commercial properties demand quality energy improvements and San Diego based Phoenix Energy and Construction's goal is to fill these needs. Non Profits realize that utility cost savings to operate their facilities saves money each month and improves their bottom line.Phoenix Energy and Construction has qualified as a Participating Contractor in Energy Upgrade California, collaboration between the California Department of Energy and Utilities throughout the state, to reduce energy use and create a more comfortable, healthy and safe environment in homes. Homeowners can achieve up to $8000 in rebates and incentives to upgrade their attic and wall insulation, home heating/cooling, windows and perform weatherization.saving money on utility bills.

If any of our services can improve and strengthen fund development strategies for your nonprofit organization please contact the Green Fund Development Institute at 858-208-7016.

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