Community Solarthon 2016

Community Solarthon is GRID Alternatives Colorado's flagship event and fundraiser showcasing GRID's mission and work in action. These three days of fun in the sun will bring together hundreds of GRID supporters, job trainees, and clients to install a community solar garden which will benefit low-income and energy burdened families in Fort Collins.

Volunteers Needed!

Volunteer for a great cause, help your community, and get hands-on solar job training. For this special volunteer opportunity, please reach out to Lillian Chen at volunteerCO@gridalternatives.org. Volunteer spots are limited, sign up today!

 

Sponsorship Opportunities

Sponsoring Solarthon demonstrates your committment to the environment, renewable energy and local communities, while giving your employees a fun and educational team-building project with long-term benefits to low-income families. Sponsorship benefits can include prominent signage, logos on event marketing materials, speaking opportunities, media outreach and more - plus the benefits of participating in a fun and meaningful community event! Past Solarthon sponsors have included Wells Fargo, SunRun, and SunEdison. To find out more, click the Sponsorship button below. 

Community Solar Block Party

You're invited to join us for the Community Solar Block Party with Keynote Speaker Governor Hickenlooper. RSVP here!

  • 518 N. Loomis Ave., Fort Collins, CO 80521
  • Friday, October 21st
  • 11:00am-1:00pm

GRID Colorado invites you to read about Community Solarthon 2015 HERE

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