We work to provide free solar energy to outstanding nonprofits in order to help them better achieve their missions and meet the needs of our communities.
Bring solar to the Science Factory in Eugene, OR, and help them sustain their educational science programs and exhibits. This project includes the development of an interactive solar exhibit that demonstrates how solar panels work while empowering community members to invest in solar and other clean energy sources.
The 32.55 kW photovoltaic (PV) solar energy system will save the Science Factory approximately $4,900 per year. Overall, the system will offset 52,578 lbs. of CO2 per year – the equivalent to planting 663 trees.
DONOR MATCH ALERT: Help us bring this project home, make a donation between now and May 31, 2017 and an Everybody Solar supporter will match your donation dollar-for-dollar up to $5,000!
Bring solar to Committee on the Shelterless (COTS)
and break the cycle of homelessness for veterans with the help of solar power!
COTS' vision is to end homelessness for veterans and families throughouth Sonoma County. Through a variety of programs COTS helps our veterans rebuild their lives.
The Solar Fund is comprised of donations for all of Everybody Solar’s projects. Please donate to the Solar Fund if you would like your contribution spread equally among all current (and up-coming) Everybody Solar solar projects for non-profits.
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Bring solar to the Sciencenter in Ithaca, NY, and help them expand their educational programs in the community and open a new exhibition gallery that will empower guests to engage in sustainable practices in their daily lives.
The 15 kW photovoltaic (PV) solar energy system will save the Sciencenter over $1,700 annually and offset 15,000 pounds of CO2 per year.
Bring solar to Homeboy Industries and help amplify Homeboy Industries' efforts to increase opportunities for at-risk youth in Los Angeles by putting solar power on their rooftop.
Alternative Rock for Alternative Energy: Join Everybody Solar, the Sierra Club, Grid Alternatives and the band Trapdoor Social in bringing a solar energy system to LA non-profit Homeboy Industries! Put sustainability in action through this joint campaign and also get Trapdoor Social's new album and other great gifts such as a custom Everybody Solar T-shirt signed by the band.
Donate to our fund for the project, or go to the PledgeMusic campaign and get some great music and other great perks with your pledge!