KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) - Socially Equal Energy Efficient Development is hosting its annual Green Tie Event Thursday.
The program, established in 2009, is an eight to ten week paid training program that provides career readiness training with the goal to create pathways out of poverty and equip communities with environmental literacy skills.
“We are excited for these next classes of students, and we want to be able to provide them all the resources they require to set them up for success,” said Stan Johnson on the importance of this fundraiser.
The Green Tie Event is the annual fundraiser hosted by SEEED that celebrates students who have graduated from the program and recognizes the people who helped the graduates along the way.
The Green Tie Event is Thursday, April 19, at the Overcoming Believers Church at 211 Harriet Tubman Blvd. Tickets can be purchased online in advance for $40, or at the door for $50.
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