We are excited to announce our 2018 humanitarian solar project! The focus of our solar project is to provide off-grid power that will be used for refrigeration, lights, and fans on two different school buildings.
On March 13th at Kells Brewery, we'll be hosting a Fundraiser plus a Silent Auction the be able to increase our impact on the school children of Isla Grande. Similar to other years, the generous donations will be used to buy local school supplies and other necessities to directly help the students.
Want to donate to the Silent Auction? Email Matt at [email protected]
or call us at 360.313.7190 (&Thank You!).
Can't attend, but want to show your support? You may donate on our GoFundMe page! gofundme.com/colombiasolar
Any kind of support will be warmly appreciated!
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More About The Project---
— Last year, Sunbridge Solar completed two projects in Colombia. The first project reduced the high cost of energy for an orphanage. The second project gave energy to a remote village left in the dark. One year later, both projects exceeded expectations because people came together wanting to see better in the world.
This year, Sunbridge Solar is returning to Colombia to a place called Isla Grande (see video below). The Isla Grande has less than 1,000, mostly native, inhabitants.The entire island has no electricity and what electricity is made is generated using dirty, diesel-generators for power.
With Your Help!
This year we will construct an off-grid solar energy system that will be used for powering two classrooms for kindergarten and Pre-K children. By switching to solar power, the schools will have access to essential classroom necessities, like refrigeration, lights, and fans.
Your donation will go 100% of the materials for this project. All flights and accommodation will be covered by Sunbridge Solar and installers are donating their time. The funds will pay for solar modules, batteries, racking, and wire.
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