I call RayDay our environmental family reunion. That makes you the family! Thank you for spending your Sunday afternoon with us, and I hope you came away inspired.
Let’s see. How do I write this blog post without it sounding like every other “thank you for coming” that has ever been given? It’s like a wedding toast – original content is pretty much impossible to come by.
Instead, let’s just steer into the clichés, because they’re all true.
Our fifth annual RayDay this past Sunday was beautiful. We simply could not have done it without the hard work of so many people. RayDay has been the enduring vision of the Foundation Trustees from the beginning, their fitting tribute to Ray Anderson. Harriet, Mary Anne, Phil and Jaime, thank you for your generosity!
Grand prize for biomimicry acceleration goes to Team NexLoop for AquaWeb, an innovative water capture system designed for use in urban food systems.Read More
John Lanier, Foundation Executive Director recently participated in panel discussion focused on marketing to millennials at a conference hosted by the Catholic Stewardship CouncilRead More
In September 2011, one month after Ray C. Anderson died, his two daughters—Mary Anne Lanier, now 60, and Harriet Langford, 57—were summoned to his lawyer’s Atlanta office. Anderson had founded Interface, the world’s largest commercial carpet-tile manufacturer, and he left his daughters a $50 million philanthropic trust. “We were absolutely shocked,” says Langford. Anderson had given no instructions about where the money should go or what the foundation should focus on. “We went around for the next six months like deer in the headlights,” she says.Read More
Representatives from The Ray are proposing a $1 million beautification project at Exit 13— the Whitesville Road exit, on I-85.Read More