About ColorBrightonGreen.org

Located in Brighton, New York, USA, ColorBrightonGreen.org is a non-profit organization focused on education and action to reduce our impact on the global climate and to build community through common purpose. The organization began as a committee of the Green Brighton Task Force, which was established by Town of Brighton Supervisor Sandra Frankel in May 2007 to address the town’s climate impact. After the Task Force submitted its recommendations to the Town Board in September 2008, ColorBrightonGreen.org incorporated and became independent of the town government and subsequently applied for non-profit status.

Mission and Vision

The mission of ColorBrightonGreen.org is to educate and engage individuals and organizations in actions that protect and improve our environment.

Our vision is a community where everyone has the capacity and commitment to reverse climate change.

Program goals

  • Assure that most people in Brighton know about ways they can be involved in conservation efforts
  • Assure that most people are continually taking conservation action
  • Build Community through joint action and purpose


ColorBrightonGreen.org is operated by volunteers and has no paid staff.  Any expenses are covered by donations.  Activities completed to date (including creation and maintenance of the website) and those planned for the near future are done with volunteers.  A volunteer Board of Directors decides what activities to conduct and then implements them, or seeks out additional volunteers for implementation.

A special thanks to key supporters:

  • Brighton Farmers’ Market
    A weekly, producer-only market, it was formed to bring the pleasures of eating local food to the residents of Brighton and nearby communities.
  • Michel Godts eDesign
    Freelance web graphic designer who supports the online communication needs of businesses and nonprofit organizations.
  • Rome Celli, Realtor
    Celebrating over 30 years of commitment to real estate clients in every corner of our community!

Act now for a cool planet

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