Partners and Supporters

GRID Alternatives Bay Area would like to thank all of our partners and donors for supporting our work in the San Francisco Bay Area!

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

Individual Donors

Ann McCormick
Anonymous Generous Donors
Brian Feng
Buzz Hill Blackett, III and Elaine Bayus
Christine Bennett-Schildt
Dai Owen
Darin Layman
Deborah Knuckey

Janet and Scott Pollak
Jean and Robert Graham
Jeff Eyet
Joanna Teubert
Kingston Duffie and Elizabeth Schwerer
Laura Galavis
Lauren Casentini
Mara Feeney

Mary Bryan
Michael Spiegelman
Mark Prudowsky
Ophelia Basgal
Reid Tucker
Sara Ross
Sonja Marwood
Susan Separk

Hundreds of individuals also donate in support of GRID Alternatives' programs. Thank you for supporting renewable energy for communities in need!

And a huge thank you to our member community! You are an important part of our work year-round! Not a member? Become a member today!

Learn more about ways to give.

Check out the work and partners of our sister office on the North Coast here.

We make every effort to keep this list updated and complete. Please contact elincoln@gridalternatives.org with questions. 


Last updated: April 2021

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