by sara
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This is one party that I would sooo love to attend. Hosted by Andrew Keegan, Humanitaire will be benefiting Global Green USA, a nonprofit that works to create a sustainable planet. Global Green will be getting 100% of the ticket sales. But not only is Humanitaire for a green cause–it’s actually a green event itself.

On August 29 this mean green scene will include a green carpet made by bio cell technologies, a grassroots garden for green sponsors, a green gallery of local artists, and services to promote eco-friendly awareness to event goers. Even the “Battle of the DJ’s” at the event will be run on bio-diesel generators. Sounds like a standard the Academy should adopt to me.

“It’s such a necessity for every individual to take responsibility for what surrounds them. I’m proud to be involved with a project that brings so much environmental consciousness,” says Keegan.  Word, Andrew.

To get in on this green charity event, click here. VIP folks even get organic beer and and a vegan/vegetarian buffet! You can’t beat that.

VIP guests can arrive at 7:00 p.m. for a pre-party and an hour of free organic beer. In addition, VIP guests will be offered a vegan/vegetarian buffet.

[Editor's note: This is a great, green event -- but listing a "flat of Fiji bottled water" as an eco-friendly prize in their press release has me laughing. Who organized this and thought that would be considered eco-friendly?]

  • sara

    Yikes, I didn’t even spot that! Bottled water is a definite no-no in my book. That is a pretty doofy prize. The rest is still impressive, but somebody’s got to pipe up at the even that bottled water isn’t “green”!

  • http://www.TheGreenGirls.com Apple

    I actually met a sustainable analyst from Fiji water & learned a lot about their efforts to go green. I would have never known. Like a solar farm that actually powers the homes on Fiji. Pretty amazing stuff. You can learn more about their efforts here: http://www.fijigreen.com/