How we partner

Our partners are many: cities and municipalities, affordable housing partners, corporate sponsors, individual donors, job trainees, student groups, community volunteers. Cities and municipalities can provide key leveraging funds that enable our work; affordable housing partners can provide a nominal cost share and help us identify clients who need our services while accessing clean, affordable power for their residents, and job training organizations work with us to get their students up on a roof installing solar in real time. Corporate groups can sponsor a workday, demonstrating their company's commitment to the environment and the community, while engaging employees in an enjoyable team-building project with tangible, long-term benefits for local families and the planet.

Contact to learn more about partnering with GRID North Valley.


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