Partners and Supporters

We'd like to thank all of the supporters--corporate and group sponsors, foundations, municipalities, and individuals--who have helped make our work in the Central Coast possible this year. 

Special thanks also to our GRID Alternatives equipment partners. Click here for a complete list.

Individual Donors

Barbara Bell
Bruce Callarman
Cindy Chambers
June Cochran
Liz Espy
Steven Fernandez
Scott Fisher
Loyanne Flinn de Guaracha 
Linda Lichti

Susie and Charly Franklin
Susan Ratzlaff
Molly Lewis
Becky Hancock
Brenda Murguia
Terri Ikeda
Zachary Knapp
Shirley Moore
Jonathan Powers

Ann Robinson
Rosa Torres
Larry Werner
Janice Fong Wolf
Korie Stevens
Jerry Dawson
Mike Thomas
Caroline Craven
Patty Blair

Job Training Partners

Allen Hancock College
Atascadero High School
Cabrillo College
Cal Poly Power and Energy Society
Cal Poly Engineers Without Borders
California Conservation Corps - Monterey Bay

Center for Employment Training Gilroy, Santa Maria, and Soledad
Cuesta College - Clean Energy Workforce Development Program
Del Rio Continuation School
Hartnell College

Job Train Works - Menlo Park
Monterey Institute of International Studies
One Stop Center - San Luis Obispo
Poly Habitat
Santa Barbara City College

Regional News

GRID Central Coast is happy to announce that Solarthon will return in May 2017! Read more ›
November is a time of giving thanks and GRID Alternatives Central Coast would like to take the opportunity to... Read more ›
It’s the end of year again, and 2017 is right around the corner! Throughout 2016 we celebrated many... Read more ›
It was a beautiful summer afternoon at Leadbetter Beach in sunny Santa Barbara. Excitement was building as 50... Read more ›
Nearly three years ago, Los Banos native Jesse Cortez applied to GRID’s Central Valley office in hopes of... Read more ›
GRID Alternatives Central Coast is pleased to announce the certification of 4 new team leaders working to... Read more ›
On Friday, June 10, a team of eight SnapNrack employee volunteers from up and down the California coast came... Read more ›
GRID Alternatives Central Coast recently opened a new office to serve low-income homeowners in the Northern... Read more ›