Your organization enrolls Viridian customers. You get funds each month they pay their bill.
We offer responsible energy, carbon neutral travel and other products that give customers a simple, affordable way to create a sustainable lifestyle.
“Individual choice, collective impact”is how we describe our ripple effect of positive change. It reaches around the globe and touches millions of lives. We welcome you to be part of it.
How much good could you do with some extra monthly income? Since we launched our program in 2010, VCAs have renovated churches, fed rescued horses, brought clean water to underserved regions, enriched PTOs and so much more.
One source of monthly funds is good. But two or more are great. As a VCA, you can build your own team of Associates and earn funds on their customers, too.
You start earning money from the first customer you enroll. Then, your organization receives a customer enrollment bonus for each customer enrollment milestone that you hit, starting at just 25 customers.
You receive funding every time your supporters pay their bills as a Viridian Energy customer. Every single month. And the more Viridian products your supporters choose, the more you earn, both in bonuses and monthly funding.
Since 2010, our Viridian Cares Program has been making a difference every day.
Viridian Cares Organizations
“I think so many nonprofits, schools and religious institutions are trying to hustle and raise money and everything they are doing takes time and energy. What is awesome about our program is that it’s something you do once. You are not asking any of your members for money and it’s something you are going to get paid on month after month. It’s a win for customers, the environment and nonprofit organizations.”
“The YWCA is grateful on many levels to have worked with Amy and Viridian – especially for bringing our energy costs under control and setting up a passive residual fundraising option to support our organization. We also feel so good about helping the environment!
I’ve known Amy (VCA) for many years as a member of the YWCA and the Worcester community — I trusted her immediately when she brought this to my attention, and I’m so glad she did!”