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Help JetBlue ‘GreenUp®’ Your Local Community with Grants for Local Environmental Non-Profits

During Earth Month, customers can nominate their favorite environmental-focused nonprofits to receive ‘GreenUp’ grants and enter for a chance to receive free carbon offsets
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NEW YORK, April 1, 2019 /3BL Media/ – JetBlue (Nasdaq: JBLU) today launched its annual “GreenUp” campaign which highlights the airline’s commitment to local environments. In celebration of Earth Month, JetBlue is empowering its customers to educate themselves, and join the airline in donating and volunteering with non-profits working to preserve natural spaces.

JetBlue Provides $60,000 in “GreenUp" Grants to Four Eco-Focused Nonprofits

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JetBlue recently wrapped its annual environment-focused campaign which took place during Earth Month. Throughout April, JetBlue provided opportunities for its customers, crewmembers and community to donate, volunteer and engage with nonprofits working to preserve the environment.

JetBlue Launches ‘GreenUp™’ Campaign in Celebration of Earth Month

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During Earth Month, Customers Can Vote For Select Eco-Focused Nonprofits to Receive ‘GreenUp’ Grants

Throughout April, JetBlue Crewmembers and Customers Will Volunteer and Support a Variety of Environmental Causes and Initiatives in the Airline’s Six Focus Cities Including Revitalization Projects in Puerto Rico

Press Release

During Earth Month, Customers Can Vote For Select Eco-Focused Nonprofits to Receive ‘GreenUp’ Grants

Throughout April, JetBlue Crewmembers and Customers Will Volunteer and Support a Variety of Environmental Causes and Initiatives in the Airline’s Six Focus Cities Including Revitalization Projects in Puerto Rico

Vivienne Westwood Design Printed on Anvil Eco T-Shirt Collection - GreenUp Initiative

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At the launch of the UN Environment Programme (UNEP)'s new 'GreenUp' initiative, conceived to bring the Green Economy closer to Europeans, fashion designer Dame Vivienne Westwood unveiled a Tree-shirt to raise funds for re-connecting Europe's forests. The shirts  were donated by the Anvil Eco T-Shirt Collection- and each shirt includes a Shirt Scan- Code with additional information on the GreenUp programme.

To learn more or buy a Tree-shirt, visit: www.unep.org/greenup

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