Rachel Gutter

On September 21, I contributed a piece to the Excel Dryer blog about the company's ongoing commitment to the Green Apple Day of Service. You can read a portion of my piece below, and see the piece in its entirety here.

As students return to the classroom and teachers organize their lessons for the next school year, volunteers all over the world are diligently preparing for the 2015 Green Apple Day of Service on September 26, and if the past is any indication, this one will be the best one yet. Last year’s Day of Service included more than 3,800 events, projects and commitments that took place in 43 countries with the help of 306,000 volunteers. Thanks to our dedicated volunteers and Green Apple partners, we’re on track to grow our impact this year.

One original Seed Sponsor of the Green Apple program since its inception, Excel Dryer, has long been a supporter of our efforts to provide healthier and more efficient learning environments on a local, national and global scale. A partner truly committed to the green schools movement, Excel Dryer has organized Day of Service projects around the United States and developed a Green Apple-branded hand dryer line, a portion of the proceeds of which goes to support Center for Green Schools’ initiatives.

For the last three years, Excel Dryer employees have organized Day of Service events from coast to coast with projects within their home state of Massachusetts, at Boston Public Schools and the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, as well as the Los Angeles Unified School District and Sacramento Unified School District in California. This year, Excel Dryer is once again helping us raise awareness for the importance of green and sustainable school environments by organizing Day of Service projects at Stefanik Memorial School in Chicopee, Massachusetts and Norwin Learning Center in Irwin, Pennsylvania.

Read more on the Excel Dryer blog.