Corporate Workdays

Sponsor a Solar Corporate Workday with GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic to demonstrate your company's commitment to your local community and to the environment, while engaging your group in a fun and educational team-building project with tangible, long-term benefits for a family in need.

Not part of an organization and still want to help? Become a Solar Champion and fundraise with your friends to sponsor a system, or make an individual donation to GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic, to help more homes go solar in the region!

Team-Building Private Solar Work Day

Your organization can partner with GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic for team-building volunteer days installing solar in underserved communities. 

Solar Work Day: $7,500

Every Solar Work Day includes

  • 10 volunteer participation slots
  • Refreshments and sun protection
  • An environmental and financial impact report of your team's on-day volunteer service
  • Digital photos of your team
  • Recognition on GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic's website, social media, and monthly newsletter
  • Detailed safety trainings and insurance coverage for all volunteers

For larger events and strategic partnerships, we can work with you to develop custom marketing plans, including media collaboration, co-branding and content development.

Wells Fargo volunteers take a break from installing solar
Wells Fargo volunteers take a break from installing solar

 “It was a wonderful experience to learn about how much solar energy can save this homeowner monthly. I also learned a new skill and the teamwork was the icing on the cake.”

- Courtney J. DeRamus, Wells Fargo

Learn More!

SEPA Corporate Workday volunteers pose
SEPA Corporate Workday volunteers pose with power tools

"I think that they make you work hard and it’s good to get a good sweat sometimes and get to know your coworkers more outside of an office setting. And I think it was also really fantastic to learn a lot more about the project itself and the community."

- Brenda Chew, Smart Electric Power Alliance

Solar Workdays allow groups to team-build while giving back to the community. Our corporate volunteers have helped GRID install solar on everything from single family homes, saving homeowners money on their electricity bills, to large-scale multi-family projects, helping non-profits keep costs down for their tenants. Read about some of our past corporate builds! 

  • Wells Fargo helps a single family homeowner in Baltimore save approximately $800 annually
  • The Smart Electric Power Alliance sponsors two days on a multi-family project in Southeast DC
  • Constellation volunteers help us install a 90 kW solar system for an affordable senior living center
  • The NAACP joins us in Baltimore following the release of their "Lights Out in the Cold" energy access report
  • Part of WGL's annual Day of Weatherization was spent helping GRID staff install solar for tenants. 
  • Other workday partners include: Deloitte, Accenture, The Solar Foundation, Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), and Housing Association of Nonprofit Developers (HAND) 
Get Started!

GRID Alternatives is both a licensed contractor and a mission-based organization, and their experienced staff will cover event planning, site safety, insurance, equipment, and hands-on training for all participants. No experience needed!

Contact GRID Alternatives to learn more and start planning your solar work day

Reyna Askew stands with two Wells Fargo volunteers, with check donation to GRID
Reyna Askew stands with two Wells Fargo volunteers, with check donation to GRID

Constellation volunteers pose with their Constellation sign on a GRID installation
Constellation volunteers helped GRID install a solar system for an affordable senior living center

"I think it’s a good team building activity also it’s good to get outside your comfort zone and do something different and very good for the community." 

- Lisa Nicholson, Constellation

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