Green Sports Alliance Summit attendees leave Brooklyn greener

Thanks to Fans Without Footprints and attendees of this year’s Green Sports Alliance Summit, Brooklyn’s Prospect Park is a little bit greener. In an effort to balance some of the summit’s eco-impact,  a sapling was planted in the park near where over 500 #greensports leaders gathered to discuss the greening of sports. Supporting local green projects is at the root of FWF’s mission and we are proud to help leave a green legacy wherever our platform is used.

“Contributing to the local community to help balance the impact of large-scale events is one way FWF’s ground-breaking (pun intended) program engages all stakeholders including participants, organizations, and the local environment.” says Harry Groome, FWF’s co-founder.

The FWF Demo app rewarded industry insiders for learning more about organizations making a difference, sharing ideas on twitter, interacting with #greensports leaders, and supporting local green projects. Download available for iOS and Android.

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