We brought solar to Committee on the Shelterless (COTS) - Mary Isaak Center and broke 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.
Project Details: We helped COTS install a 19.5 kW solar energy system at the Mary Isaak Center (their main facility) and an 8 kW solar energy system for one of their permanent supportive homes for veterans in Petaluma, California.
Our Impact: 27,500 watts of solar energy to the Committee on the Shelterless, helps them save $11,200 per year, allowing them to serve additional meals, provide additional job readiness and retention courses, and beds for emergency shelter to those in need.
THANK YOU to individuals and organizations who have made contributions to help bring solar to the Shelterless - Mary Isaak Center!
Special Thanks to....
Youness Scally, Rafael Ubal Tena, Jack Lambert, Ellen Macneale and the Macneale family, Nicolas Hinderling, Craig Smith