Membership Form It's just a few easy steps to apply for membership! Step 1 of 5 20% User Registration Before proceeding to the application, please register below. For added security, your password will NOT be emailed to you upon submitting this application, so please keep it in a safe place. You will, however, be able to reset your password easily should you lose or forget it.Your Name First Last Your Title*UsernameEmail Your Phone NumberPassword*Your password must be "good" or "strong". See password strength indicator below. IMPORTANT: Write your password down or store it in a secure place. We will not be emailing your password to you; however, you will have the ability to reset it at any time. Enter Password Confirm Password Strength indicator Company InformationCompany Name*Referral Source*How did you hear about Seattle Good and/or our programs?Social Media / OnlineWord of MouthCurrent Program MemberEvent or WorkshopThrough Another OrganizationStaff or Board MemberOtherReferral Source DescriptionPlease specify how you were referred to us.Private, Independent Ownership*Company privately held, not publicly traded. Company owners have full decision-making power for the business, including purchasing, operations, distribution, financing, staffing, marketing, branding, and sales.YesNoNot applicableWashington Registration*Company is registered in Washington State.YesNoNot applicableCompany Headquarters*Company is headquartered or production facilities are located within [select best answer]:Seattle city limitsSeattle-metro area—within King, Kitsap, Pierce, or Snohomish countiesWashington StatePacific Northwest Region—Oregon, Idaho, or British ColumbiaCompany Ownership*Company owners who have a controlling interest (50% or greater percentage of the ownership) currently reside within [select best answer]:Seattle city limitsSeattle-metro area—within King, Kitsap, Pierce, or Snohomish countiesWashington StatePacific Northwest Region—Oregon, Idaho, or British ColumbiaLocal Purchasing*If known, approximately what percentage of your purchasing and expenses go toward goods and services that are produced in Washington State?25%50%75%100%UnknownNot applicableLocal Sales*If known, approximately what percentage of your sales come from customers in the Seattle-metro area?25%50%75%100%UnknownNot applicable Good Business Practices In this section we ask about all the GOOD that your business or organization is doing for society, the environment, and our local economy. We collect this information to showcase the great things your business is doing and also because we are actively working to create pipelines or pathways for businesses to increase their environmentally and socially sustainable practices and make these goals more attainable and cost effective. Note: You will be asked to list any third-party certifications or memberships you might have later in this application form, so there is no need to list them in this section.EnviroStars Program*EnviroStars is a free, one-stop hub for Washington businesses to get information, help, and recognition for actions that protect their workplace, the community, and the planet. Through EnviroStars, Seattle Good members are offered free technical assistance to find easy and quick ways to ‘green’ their business. Whether your business is just starting to explore green practices, or you’re looking to take it to the next level, EnviroStars meets your business where it is today.I am currently unaware of the EnviroStars program or have not started the application.I have started my EnviroStars applicationI have finished my application or am waiting to be recognized by EnviroStarsMy company is currently recognized by EnviroStarsNot applicableCircular Economy [QUESTION DEACTIVATED]A “circular economy” aims to protect finite natural resources while simultaneously reducing waste in our economic systems. This includes—but is not limited to—sourcing energy and raw materials from renewable sources, limiting waste and pollution, keeping products and materials in use (upcycling or recycling), and regenerating natural systems. Does your business do any of the following? [select all that apply] Take measures to reduce energy and water consumption Reuse materials in such a way as to create a product of a higher quality or value than the original (upcycling) Recycle used products and materials in accordance with local ordinances and to the best of our ability. Work to eliminate pollution or waste None of the above Not applicable Circular Economy Description [QUESTION DEACTIVATED]Please provide a brief description of your company's circular economy activities below. [1000 characters max]Ethical Sourcing*Does your business employ the following ethical sourcing practices? [select all that apply] Sustainable sourcing of raw materials (i.e. products are hormone, antibiotic, pesticide-free, and do not cause harm to the environment) Sustainable packaging for food/beverage products Sustainable packaging for non-food/beverage merchandise Sustainable product design Products are cruelty-free, no sweat shops, etc. We don't practice sustainable sourcing yet, but are interested! Not applicable Ethical Sourcing Description*If you selected "other," please provide a brief explanation of your company or organization's efforts to source sustainably. [1000 characters max]Community Giving*Is your organization committed to charitable or community giving?YesNoNot applicableCommunity Giving Description*If you answered yes, please indicate your organization’s dedication to community giving by providing a URL to a specific page on your website or social media that states your dedication to community giving or enter a short description of your community giving activities. [1000 characters max]Cooperative Model*Company is a cooperative or worker-owned or is in the process of transitioning to a cooperative model.YesNoNot ApplicableTransparent Supply Chain [QUESTION DEACTIVATED]Our company knows or has a direct business-to-business relationship with every supplier along our supply chain.YesNoUnknownNot applicable Youth EngagementYouth ProgrammingAs part of our youth engagement and empowerment program, would you be interested in hearing more about our: [select all that apply] Youth Board Youth Tours (of production spaces) Youth Internships Membership Guidelines Every member of the Seattle Good Directory pledges to abide by the following guidelines: Keep your user profile and listing up to date. We will reach out to members annually with a reminder to update your profile if necessary, but it is up to you to keep your information current. Stay subscribed to our Seattle Good email list. When your application is approved, we will add you to our general mailing list. In order to build community, it's important that we are able to contact you. If you are active on social media, please like or follow Seattle Good. For social links, please see the “Follow Us” section in the footer of our website. Being part of the Seattle Good Directory means that you either are, or are working towards, being a good steward of your community, both environmentally and socially. We have the resources to help you get there. Buy local. Our mission is to build the local economy by encouraging people to buy, invest, and produce locally. While we encourage the community to support local businesses, we also want to encourage our Seattle Good members to buy locally. Be an advocate of Seattle Good to your colleagues and to the community at large! Help our network of GOOD grow! Member Guidelines Response* Yes, by proceeding to the final step of the application process, I pledge that my company, business, or organization will fulfill our obligations as a Seattle Good member, as outlined above. Seattle Good Membership Levels Below are the three different levels of membership you can select from, complete with a listing of memberships benefits and perks. Thank you for supporting us! Member for Good FREE* Standard listing. Annual admin fee. Standard directory listing. Annual admin fee of $35. Participation in members-only events. Opportunities, perks, and discounts through our partners. Free one-on-one sustainability consultation. Champion for Good $250/year Featured listing and discounted event tickets. Annual admin fee. Featured directory listing—appear at top of search results. 20%+ discounted tickets to most Seattle Good program events. Annual admin fee of $35. Participation in members-only events. Opportunities, perks, and discounts through our partners. Free one-on-one sustainability consultation. Sustaining Partner $1500/year Brand visibility throughout directory and at events, featured listing, and complementary event tickets. No admin fees. Brand visibility throughout directory and at Seattle Good events. Company profile feature on Sustaining Partner page. Complimentary tickets to most Seattle Good events. No annual admin fees. Featured directory listing—appear at top of search results. Participation in members-only events. Opportunities, perks, and discounts through our partners. Free one-on-one sustainability consultation. *Administrative fee of $35 applies at time of registration.Membership Levels*Choose your membership level and click the button below to proceed to payment.Member for Good (Application Fee)Champion for GoodSustaining PartnerCAPTCHA This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.