We are eternally grateful to GRID Alternatives and its staff. Families like us would never have been able to afford solar panels if not for a program like this. -- Mayuga Family
On January 24th, 2015, GRID Alternatives Inland Empire will be coming to the City of Desert Hot Springs, CA to kick off Solarthon 2015, This initial solar installation will be the first of 9, culminating in a week long installation event and block party the week of April 6 – 11, 2015. With the support of Mayor Adam Sanchez Sr. and the City of Desert Hot springs, hundreds of corporate sponsors, community organizations, job trainees, and individuals will come together to install solar for these hardworking and deserving Desert Hot Springs families during that week while increasing awareness for solar energy, healthy living, and raising vital dollars to support and sustain GRIDs work throughout the Inland Empire!
Having served in the army for 27 years and being married to his wife, Jacquelynn, for 36 years, we’d say it’s about time for this deserving couple to own their very own home with their very own solar electric system!
The goal of our GIVE BIG RIVERSIDE campaign is to provide career
GRID volunteers mixed it up with hundreds of solar companies, energy and
We're launching our Solar Affordable Housing Program in the Mid-Atlantic region! The EPA's Gina McCarthy, HUD’s Julian Castro, & White House officials came out to celebrate with us and shine a spotlight on access to solar power for low-income families.
As part of their $4 million dollars renovation project, Courtyard By Marriott near UCR is selling their furniture, artworks, chairs ect..... starting from $8 a piece, and they are DONATING 100% of the proceed to non-profit organizations like us. ( Click here: http://www.courtyardisriverside.com/list-of-non-profits.html )
Here in Shannon County, South Dakota, poverty is endemic, perpetuated by substandard housing and lack of economic infrastructure. In the Pine Ridge reservation and surrounding communities, a growing population of Native youth struggles with uncertain opportunity. Tribal and community leaders are facing these obstacles down by embarking on a path of sustainable community development that embraces cultural values and self-determination.
GRID volunteer Wendy Campa writes about her first days on the job with SolarCity. She is the first female installer in her local SolarCity office.