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M.O.E.R Foundation is non-profit organization seeking to promote clean energy, equality and green jobs in low-income communities across America as a pathway out of poverty. – Scott Webster, Program Director

“These areas include small and disadvantaged businesses,underserved school districts and community stakeholders.” The MOER Foundation supports local home owners to reduce their carbon footprint by implementing sustainable practices and procedures into their existing living situation that increase energy efficiency, reduce water usage and develop cleaner waste management.

By participating in the MOER Green Team program, home owners allow weatherization groups to come into their homes and provide energy efficiency audits and assessments, these homes owners become members in our Community Weatherization Leadership Program.
The MOER Foundation targets education efforts with underserved schools to reach students at an early age and encourage them to become stewards of their community & environment. These students are future candidates for green-collar job opportunities in the green economy. The environmental education on topics ranging from climate change issues to sustainable living will hopefully spill over into their’ households to indirectly expose parents in low-income communities to the sustainability and the opportunities that a green economy provides.

The MOER Foundation collaborates with community stakeholders in low-income communities. These influential members of the community are business leaders, pastors and others who have a genuine interest in the economic, social and environmental well being of their communities. Local Community stake holders are very important to help move the MOER Foundation’s initiatives forward in low-income communities. The MOER Foundation seeks to partner with community stakeholders in the struggle for environmental and social justice to address issues like adverse health effects caused by the pollution and access to good paying green jobs in low-income communities..

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Disadvantaged communities include people with low incomes, women, people of color, at-risk youth, people who lack a high school degree or GED, people
with prior convictions, immigrants and refugees of varying status, youth of color, public-assistance recipients, people who have been chronically
unemployed or underemployed, parents with childcare needs, under- skilled job-seekers, people with disabilities and other vulnerable communities.


1. Educate home owners and renters on the benefits of going green to save
money and manage their impact on the environment.

2. Gender equity create opportunities and outcomes that ensure that women have full and fair access to all jobs and contracts, and that all benefits and
burdens are shared and bias-free.

3. Create a green job workforce in low-income and underserved communities to provide new employment opportunities in the growing green economy.

4. Incorporating racial equity to create opportunities and outcomes that ensure that people of color have full and fair access to all jobs and contracts, and that all benefits and burdens are shared and bias-free.

5. Facilitate communication and sharing of information among community groups involved in green initiatives.

6. Increase economic stability and reduce poverty by ensuring that economically disadvantaged people and communities have full and fair access to high- quality jobs, improved community services and environment, access to affordable housing and public transportation, and expanded opportunities.

If you are interested in learning more about this project or any other projects, be it about training, volunteering, raising awareness, or you simply want to know the best way to reduce your family carbon footprint, please contact: TOLL FREE: 800-719-5070 or