Thank you for your interest in hosting a fundraising event for GreenWave!  

A house party is a great way to raise consciousness about the issues we work on - helping to build the organization’s visibility, and harness new support.

Party Planning Resources

Use the following links to access printable party resources

+ What’s a house party?

A gathering for friends and family to get together to eat, drink, and donate. A house party is an informal fundraiser organized by supporters who want to help sustain GreenWave.

+ Why throw a house party for GreenWave?

  1. To raise critical support for GreenWave’s programs and operations.
  2. To help GreenWave reach out to new folks who care about creating new blue green jobs, feeding the planet with a small footprint, and rebuilding marine ecosystems while mitigating climate change.
  3. To participate in the restorative ocean farming movement.
  4. To create an environment for you and your guests to enjoy yourselves.

+ Where do I start?

If you plan to hold a fundraising house party, email and let us know about your event, the date, and the location. Then, use the provided resources to help plan the event.

+ What kind of party should I host?

Your house party should reflect an event you’re most comfortable hosting and what would be fun for you and your guests. This could include a potluck, backyard barbeque, dinner party, cocktail party, a seaweed tasting, a game night, pizza party - we look forward to hearing what you come up with!

+ Can you send a GreenWave representative?

Unfortunately, our resources are limited and we’re unable to send GreenWave representatives to House Parties at this time. We’ll be happy to answer questions during your planning process and brainstorm alternative ways to support you.

+ How should my guests and I make our donations?

Guests can give to GreenWave through our online form . Checks made payable to “GreenWave’ can be collected and mailed to our offices - contact for more information.

+ Are donations tax-deductible?

Yes, GreenWave Organization is an exempt organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (EIN 47-5438012).