Solarthon

This past Saturday, GRID Alternatives Greater Los Angeles held its 5th annual Solarthon in Santa Ana, CA, where more than 100 participants—volunteers, individual sponsors, corporate teams, job trainees and homeowners themselves—came together to install solar electric systems for five families.
GRID Alternatives Inland Empire teamed up with Emma and 6 other Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley homeowners to spread that “enormous good feeling” to hundreds of corporate and individual sponsors, community leaders, and job trainees on November 9th at Solarthon – GRID’s annual community solar installation, block party, and fundraiser!
Rich Gordon is one of those volunteers that every non-profit hopes to have. He is dedicated, passionate, and volunteers.... a LOT. In fact, in just over a year, he has put in over 450 hours of volunteer time, including time at two Solarthons and becoming the star Team Leader in the GRID Alternatives North Valley office.
Meet the Novak - Donahue - Pilch - Tigue Family — 8 strong. Together, they signed up as Solar Champions for GRID Alternatives Inland Empire 2013 Solarthon on November 9th in Temecula so they can be part of the change!
On Saturday, November 9th, GRID Alternatives Inland Empire will be hosting its 2nd Annual Solarthon, the biggest fundraiser of the year in the city of Temecula. Check out just some of who is involved!
GRID had a great day in Long Beach on Saturday, Sept. 21st when more than 175 volunteers— individual sponsors, corporate teams, job trainees and homeowners themselves— came out to install solar electric systems on nine homes for our fourth annual Greater Los Angeles Solarthon
On November 9, 2013, GRID Alternatives Inland Empire will harness the power of the sun in the “Place of the Sun”, Temecula, CA, for our largest annual solar installation block party and fund and visibility raiser – Solarthon 2013.
How GRID - and 150+ of our friends - installed solar for 8 families in 1 day
The Bay Area Solarthon is coming to Richmond, where the benefits will be especially meaningful.
Two important partners came together to bring new light to a small corner of San Luis Obispo on August 24th, 2013 when GRID Alternatives, a non-profit organization that brings solar power to underserved communities, hosted its annual Solarthon fundraiser. Three homes being built by Habitat for Humanity of San Luis Obispo County were outfitted with solar electric systems during the event, thanks to around 50 volunteers and job trainees. When the houses are completed next month, three deserving families will move into homes crafted by the hands of volunteers and powered by the rays of the sun.

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