Veterans

It is our volunteers who make our work at GRID possible. During this holiday season, we would like to shine the solar spotlight on one particular volunteer, Shawn Kerek, who has already given so much in service.
GRID IE's focus on income-qualified homeowners and job trainees delivered...
Is there someone in your life who gives and lives 100% of their life to inspire everyone around them? For her community, that person is Pat. Watch as we partnered with 100%.org & Life Changing Ministries to celebrate her on "Pat's Day!"
Be part of Giving Tuesday, a global day of giving.
Sacramento homeowner and GRID system recipient Delbert Farmer kindly shared his story with GRID Alternatives North Valley about being on the frontlines of the Korean War.
When US Army Major Renee Marie first stepped onto the GRID Alternatives women veterans’ Sacramento installation jobsite in July, the morning seemed to grow even brighter with her enthusiastic smile.
As the nation expressed it's gratitude for our veterans on Veterans Day, we must never forget that the highest show of appreciation is not to just utter words, but to live by them.
GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic recently hosted its first Troops to Solar build in Virginia! GRID Alternatives and HeroHomes teamed up to save money for a veteran family with equipment and system design donated by Standard Solar. The installation was completed by veteran and active duty military job trainees, as part of GRID’s Troops to Solar initiative, supported by Wells Fargo.
Local chapters of two non-profits came together on Saturday, August 20, 2016 to install a solar electric system for Navy veteran Joseph Faulk. The landmark, collaborative installation was located within the San Diego Promise Zone.
Veteran William Cobb forges a new career in solar through GRID's Troops to Solar program.

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