$10,000 Bank of America Grant
During this time of social distancing and COVID-19, it is important to f
Safety is a core GRID value. With the rapid spread of the new coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to share with you the response GRID is taking to slow the spread of the virus and limit potential exposure for our staff, our partners, our volunteers and trainees, and the communities we work with.
On Valentine’s Day, and for the second year in a row, GRID Alternatives Central Valley hosted 34 students and two professors from the Universidad Autónoma Chapingo (UACh).
California State University, Fresno, (CSUF) has been committed
Five volunteers and six GRID staff volunteers from the United States donated their time to help make possible the installation of a solar system and a coffee roaster for a women’s coffee cooperative in El Regadio, Nicaragua.
Bridges at Florence, a low income multi-family housing complex receives solar panels
The SunPower Solar Academy is a week-long, intensive, work-based learning experience for high school students that includes lectures from professionals, hands-on activities and field visits. Student teams worked on a solar project to create a startup company and design a solar system for a client.
One night late from work Juan, Hermila’s husband heard the heart wrenching, but suppressed cry of his very tough eleven-year-old daughter Diana. The very next day, Juan took the day off work and drove 90 miles to the nearest children’s hospital. The diagnosis revealed an advanced case Ewing Sarcoma, a painful bone cancer.
Artemio has all the traits that we value here at GRID Central Valley and we are more than happy to have him on board.