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Hospitality On Purpose Everyday

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Name of Organization: 
Hospitality On Purpose Everyday
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Business Description: 
We are a non-profit organization dedicated to making a positive impact in the lives of individuals by providing free mentoring services. Our primary mission is to empower and support individuals from all walks of life, helping them achieve their full potential and thrive in various aspects of life.
Contact Person: 
Preston Brown
Executive Director
Business Location: 
08049 Magnolia , NJ
United States
39° 51' 16.4088" N, 75° 2' 20.6124" W
Number of Employees: 
Renewal Date: 
Tuesday, July 11, 2023
Management and Leadership
Adopt Environmental Policy Statement
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Develop Environmentally Preferable Purchasing Plan
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Employee Commute
Description of Action: 
Reduced employee trips in single occupancy vehicles: - We have implemented a carpooling program that encourages employees to share rides to work. This reduces the number of single occupancy vehicles on the road and promotes a more efficient use of transportation resources. Promoted ride-sharing, public transportation, and other alternative transportation options: - We actively promote ride-sharing platforms and encourage employees to use them for commuting or work-related travel. - We provide information and resources on public transportation options, including bus and train routes, schedules, and subsidies if available. Increased efficiency of business travel: - We prioritize minimizing travel whenever possible, opting for remote teleconferencing or video conferencing instead. - When travel is necessary, we encourage employees to use public transportation or shared transportation options instead of individual rental cars or taxis. - We plan travel itineraries to optimize efficiency, reducing the number of trips and maximizing the use of transit options.
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Support the Well-Being of Your Employees
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Serve Customers with Disabilities
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Adopt a Cause or Project in your Community
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Shop Local
Description of Action: 
Here's a detailed explanation of how our organization shops at local supermarkets, pizza shops, farmers markets, participates in local community events, and only purchases goods and items from local stores in the Somerdale and Magnolia communities: 1. Local Supermarkets: - Our organization prioritizes shopping at local supermarkets within the Somerdale and Magnolia communities. This includes establishments such as neighborhood grocery stores or locally owned markets. - By choosing local supermarkets, you contribute to the local economy by supporting these businesses and the jobs they provide within the community. - Additionally, shopping locally often means accessing fresh produce and locally sourced products, promoting sustainability and reducing environmental impact through shorter supply chains. 2. Pizza Shops: - [ ] - Our organization prefers ordering from local pizza shops located in the Somerdale and Magnolia communities. This supports small, independent businesses that contribute to the local culture and provide employment opportunities. - By purchasing pizzas and other menu items from these local establishments, you directly contribute to the success and vitality of the community's food industry. 3. Farmers Market: - Our organization actively participates in the local farmers market in the Somerdale and Magnolia communities. Farmers markets provide an avenue for local farmers, growers, and artisans to sell their products directly to the community. - By purchasing goods at the farmers market, your organization supports local agriculture, promotes sustainable farming practices, and encourages the use of fresh, locally grown produce. - Engaging with farmers and artisans at the market also fosters personal connections, creating a sense of community and supporting local entrepreneurship. 4. Local Community Events: - Our organization takes part in various local community events such as festivals, fairs, and fundraisers. These events provide opportunities to connect with the community, build relationships, and showcase the services and mission of your non-profit organization. - By actively participating in these events, we contribute to the vibrancy and social fabric of the Somerdale and Magnolia communities. This involvement helps strengthen community ties, raise awareness about your non-profit's initiatives, and build support from local residents and businesses. 5. Purchasing from Local Stores: - Our organization is committed to purchasing all goods and items exclusively from local stores within the Somerdale and Magnolia communities. This means sourcing office supplies, equipment, and any other necessary items from local vendors or retailers. - By adhering to this practice, we prioritize supporting the local economy, fostering relationships with neighboring businesses, and ensuring that the financial benefits generated stay within the community. By adopting these practices, our organization plays an active role in supporting local businesses, contributing to the economic growth, sustainability, and overall well-being of the Somerdale and Magnolia communities.
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Member Since: 
Tuesday, July 11, 2023
Description of Action: 
Bag Recycling Program Objective: The bag recycling program at Hospitality on Purpose Non-Profit 501C-3 aims to promote responsible waste management and encourage the recycling of plastic bags within our organization and the community. By collecting and recycling used bags, we strive to reduce plastic waste, minimize environmental impact, and promote sustainable practices. Program Guidelines: 1. Bag Collection Bins: - Place designated bag collection bins at our physical location(s) and in prominent community areas. - Clearly label the bins with the purpose of bag recycling and provide instructions for proper bag disposal. 2. Accepted Bags: - Accept plastic bags made from high-density polyethylene (HDPE) or low-density polyethylene (LDPE). - Include shopping bags, produce bags, bread bags, dry cleaning bags, and newspaper bags. - Do not accept bags contaminated with food waste, hazardous materials, or other non-recyclable items. 3. Bag Recycling Education: - Create educational materials (posters, brochures, website content) to inform customers, staff, and the community about the bag recycling program. - Promote the environmental benefits of bag recycling, including the reduction of plastic waste and conservation of resources. - Provide instructions on proper bag preparation, such as removing receipts, labels, and any non-recyclable attachments. 4. Partnerships with Recycling Facilities: - Establish partnerships with local recycling facilities or organizations that accept plastic bags for recycling. - Ensure that the recycling facilities follow proper recycling processes and comply with environmental regulations. 5. Bag Collection and Transport: - Assign responsible staff members or volunteers to regularly collect bags from the designated collection bins. - Safely transport the collected bags to the recycling facilities for proper recycling. 6. Community Engagement: - Actively engage the community through awareness campaigns, social media, and local events to encourage participation in the bag recycling program. - Collaborate with local schools, businesses, and organizations to promote bag recycling and encourage their involvement. 7. Tracking and Reporting: - Keep records of the number of bags collected and the frequency of collections. - Regularly report the progress of the bag recycling program to staff, volunteers, and stakeholders to demonstrate the impact of their efforts. 8. Continuous Improvement: - Continually assess the effectiveness of the bag recycling program and seek feedback from participants. - Explore opportunities for expansion or improvement, such as additional collection locations, awareness campaigns, or partnerships with other organizations. By implementing this bag recycling program, we can actively contribute to waste reduction, promote sustainable practices, and encourage community involvement in recycling efforts. Together, we can make a positive impact on the environment and inspire others to adopt responsible waste management practices.