The All Eco Center takes great pride in our community involvement. Follow the links below to learn more about our community partners and how you can contribute to making a difference, too.



  • Community Forklift

    We partner with Community Forklift, a nonprofit building materials reuse center, to donate our salvaged and surplus building materials, fixtures, tools and appliances. Community Forklift uses the proceeds from sales help lift up communities in the DC region, by reducing waste and demand for natural resources.

  • Montgomery County Certified Green Businesses
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    The Department of Environmental Protection mission is to protect as well as enhance the quality of life of the Montgomery county. They do this by providing a solid waste management guided by the principles of science, resource management, sustainability, and stewardship.

    We have been a certified green business since the program’s inception in 2011 and continue to improve our conservation practices.


  • Green Wheaton

    We volunteer with Green Wheaton to help promote collaboration and environmental education between residents, businesses and the community.

  • Bethesda Green


    We volunteer with Bethesda Green to bring business, government and community together to promote a healthy economy and sustainable living practices and reduce our collective impact on the environment.

  • U.S. Green Building Council

     As registered members since 2012, we are committed to upholding the U.S. Green Building Council’s mission for a prosperous and sustainable future for our nation through cost-efficient and energy-saving green buildings.

  • Hispanic Business Foundation

    The Hispanic Business Foundation mission is to outreach the economically disadvantage within the minority community with a focus on the Hispanic community.  They promote education, sound business practices and synergies between youth and the business community.

  • Restore – Habitat for Humanity

    Restore is a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian ministry that builds and repairs houses with and for people in need. Their focus is to help the less fortunate regardless of race or religion.

  • Rock Creek Conservancy

    The Rock Creek Conservancy’s mission is to protect the lands and waters of Rock Creek by cleaning the Rock Creek Park from debris and trash in order for people to treasure it and enjoy it.