Sustainable Prosperity

Day_One_Covid_19.pngIn this challenging time all of us at Sustainable Prosperity hope you are well and safe.  We encourage you to follow the recommendations of the CDC and directives from our Governor, Roy Cooper.  

Our project, Day One Disaster Relief is responding to our state's needs.  We encourage you to support their efforts with a donation and/or volunteer.

For more information on Day One Disaster Relief please email Sustainable Prosperity Programs.

It’s the mission of Sustainable Prosperity, Incorporated [SPI] to provide a higher quality of life for all residents by solving issues such as affordable housing, sustainable energy, water reuse, the provision of clean drinking water, management of solid waste and waste water, downtown revitalization, social and health welfare, and jobs that pay living wages.

To achieve these goals, SPI intends to create scalable programs and pull together projects that are broad-based and that unite vulnerable communities, local businesses, as well as municipal, county, state, and federal entities as well as non-profit and private leadership to raise capital and focus investment in local and regional economies.

Our organization’s goal is to provide visionary leadership to create and maintain sustainable and environmentally-sound growth in North Carolina and beyond by fostering vibrant, diverse, and economically resilient communities.


Support Pittsboro Roadhouse Meals for Chatham Families

How can we make an impact in our community helping families during the pandemic? Send food to families who need it.

Currently the Pittsboro Roadhouse is providing free meals three times a week for approximately 50 to 60 families in Chatham County.

That is 600 to 650 meals for children and their parents who have been identified by the participating schools as being in need of food.

Find out more and support this effort.