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Bring Solar to the Shelterless - Mary Isaak Center

cots woolsey-30 smallBring solar to Committee on the Shelterless (COTS) and break the cycle of homelessness for children, and families with the help of solar power!

COTS provides life-saving shelter and transformative programs to families, children and adults in Sonoma County, California. The organization provides 322 beds of emergency shelter, both transitional and permanent housing, and serves 120 hot meals per day. All of these services take a lot of energy to keep running. 

UPDATE! In November 2016 we completed the first phase of the project by installing a 19.5 kW solar energy system on their headquarters, the Mary Isaak Center. See project photos here. We're now working to complete the second phase, an 8 kW solar array for one of the homes dedicated to COTS' Veterans Housing Program.

Together we are helping COTS reduce their carbon footprint by 14,000 pounds of CO2 per year, and re-directing more of their limited funds towards helping homeless families by cutting over $11,000 per year from their electric bills.

Help us bring solar to veterans in Sonoma County

PROJECT STATUS
$46,450.00 NEEDED
$46,450.00 PLEDGED

Read more: Bring Solar to the Shelterless - Mary Isaak Center

 

Bring Solar to Wildlife Associates

george teaching childrenBring solar to Wildlife Associates and help them take care of over 50 non-releasable wild animals and inspire wonder, empathy, and love for wildlife among the hundreds of thousands of children they serve each year.

Wildlife Associates spends over $9,000 per year on their electric bills for their animal care. Together we can help them cut this cost by 90% by installing a free 27.4 kW solar energy system.

This project is fully funded and installed!!!

PROJECT STATUS
$78,500.00 NEEDED
$78,500.00 PLEDGED
 
Donate to one of our current projects!

Read more: Bring Solar to Wildlife Associates

 

Solar for Rebuilding Together

RTP LogoRebuilding Together Peninsula (RTP) builds volunteer partnerships to rehabilitate homes and community centers for neighbors in need. By providing RTP with a 21.5 KW solar energy system, Everybody Solar will save RTP several thousand dollars a year on electricity costs. 

This project is fully funded and installed!!!

PROJECT STATUS
$59,000.00 NEEDED
$59,000.00 PLEDGED
 
Donate to one of our current projects!

Read more: Solar for Rebuilding Together