In addition to developing positively impacting "sustainability" projects, and offering making public presentations, we have produced a number of community based events - designed to educate and inspire attendees to take action in their daily lives that will benefit themselves, their communities, and our world.  We always work with thoroughly vetted business and vendors to ensure that our events are carried out in the most positively impacting way possible. 


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A Taste of Summer | Friday, June 22, 2012 | Liberty Station, Point Loma

A Taste of Summer was the launch event for the San Diego chapter of The Positive Plate. 10 restaurants, including Alchemy, Sea Rocket Bistro, JSix, Urban Solace, Kitchen 4140, Carnitas, Gabardine, Cafe Chloe, Cups, and SOL Market, participated in the delicious tasting event featuring local, sustainable ingredients. Organic cocktails were created by Greenbar Collective, Lightning Brewery provided beer, and great live music was played by San Diego’s own Patrick Norton and Stacy Clark.

A Taste of Fall | Friday, November 11, 2011 | Second Harvest Food Bank, OC Great Park

A Taste of Fall was the official launch event for The Positive Plate, our Southern California based sustainable restaurant certification program. Attendees enjoyed dishes from eight Orange County restaurant/chefs that showcased their commitment to sustainability, while sipping organic wine, local craft beer, and organic cocktails. The event also included live music, local art, and a silent auction. The event was attended by local sustainability advocates and leaders, as well as foodies from throughout Orange County.

The Inspired Buyer | Sunday, November 21, 2010 | Environmental Nature Center, Newport Beach

The Inspired Buyer was a one day sustainable shopping event showcasing the finest environmentally and socially conscious businesses in the region. Geared specifically for the holiday season, the goal of the event was to inspire our community to celebrate sustainably. In addition to fabulous vendors selling holiday gifts, The Inspired Buyer also featured do-it-yourself gift demos, engaging presentations, live music, children’s art activities, and healthy food and drinks were available for purchase. The entire event was powered by the sun and was free to attend!

Gambling for the Gulf | Friday, October 1, 2010 | Andrei’s Conscious Cuisine, Irvine

In response to the worst environmental disaster the United States has ever experienced, Ecofficiency.Org organized a casino themed fundraiser event for the Gulf Coast oil spill. Vegas style gaming tables were set-up, as well as a poker tournament, while attendees enjoyed organic hors d’oeuvres and cocktails, live music, and terrific prizes throughout the evening. Money that was raised went towards a research trip to the Gulf Coast by a UCI graduate student studying the effects of environmental disasters.

The Slam | Sunday, June 27, 2010 | Volcom Skatepark, Costa Mesa

The Slam was a skateboarding festival attended by over 3000 people that raised money for victims of domestic abuse. Ecofficiency.Org was hired to guarantee that the event was produced and maintained in a sustainable fashion. The power used for The Slam was generated through bio-diesel and all waste was recycled and/or composted. Because of the large amount of attendees, individual waste stations were set-up and monitored by volunteers to ensure that trash was placed in the correct receptacle. All marketing collateral for the event was made with recycled paper with vegetable inks, and an eco education area was set-up at the event to demonstrate to people how The Slam was created sustainably.

Communities Helping Communities :: Hope for Haiti | Thursday, February 11, 2010 | Detroit Bar, Costa Mesa

After Haiti’s devastating earthquake, Ecofficiency.Org made a commitment to help the country in any way we could. Hosted by Detroit Bar, Hope for Haiti was an evening of music and authentic Haitian cuisine that benefited Doctors without Borders. Marc B, the Pawnshop Kings, the Knuckles, and Emily Satterlee performed, while food was provided by a local Haitian support group.

Endless Summer Benefit Concert | Saturday, October 17, 2009 | The Boathouse Collective, Costa Mesa

The Endless Summer Benefit Concert was Ecofficiency.Org’s first large scale fundraising event. The celebration included music from 5 local bands and 2 DJ’s, food provided by an organic gourmet food truck, art from 10 local artists, organic cocktails, and our now signature photo booth. The donations generated from the event went directly to funding our educational classes and presentations.