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RepowerYolo names 2019 YoloShines recipients, donates $49,500 to organizations

RepowerYolo, a Davis-based solar company, donated a total of $49,500 to 37 Yolo County nonprofit organizations in 2019.

“It is our great pleasure, on behalf of Repower homeowners, to support more than three-dozen worthy Yolo County service organizations through our YoloShines program,” said Chris Soderquist, RepowerYolo owner. “YoloShines is simple: Every time a community member goes solar, we donate $500 in their name to their favorite Yolo County nonprofit organization.”

The 2019 YoloShines beneficiaries are: Citizens Who Care, City of Davis Housing Trust Fund, CommuniCare Health Care, CoolDavis Foundation, Cub Scout Pack 111, Davis Chapter of Project Linus, Davis Community Meals & Housing, Davis Little League, Davis Media Access, Davis Phoenix Coalition, Davis Schools Foundation, Empower Yolo, Esperanza Rising Foundation, Family Hope Network, Interfaith Rotating Winter Shelter, iHouse Davis, Norcal GSP Rescue, NorCal Trykers, Patwin School PTA, Paul’s Place, Purebreds Plus Cat Rescue, Rivendell Nursery School, Robert E Willett Elementary School, Rotts of Friends, STEAC, Suicide Prevention Yolo County, Sutter Davis Hospital Foundation, UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center, UC Davis Guardian Scholars Program, University Covenant Church, Yolo CASA, Yolo Crisis Nursery, Yolo Food Bank, Yolo Interfaith Immigration Network, Yolo SPCA and Yolo Land Trust.

欧洲杯竞猜The top-three recipients were Davis Community Meals and Housing ($11,750), Yolo CASA ($9,500), and Yolo Food Bank ($8,750). Since 2014, RepowerYolo has donated more than $120,000 to 68 Yolo County nonprofit organizations.

“We are extremely grateful to Repower’s YoloShines program and to the generosity of John, Chris and Repower homeowners for their donations this past year,” said Bill Pride, Davis Community Meals and Housing executive director. “Programs such as YoloShines provide needed funding to allow us to provide food, services and housing to our fellow community members in need.”

“Repower’s YoloShines program is a terrific model for the business community of how to do well by doing good, and it encourages philanthropy amongst their client base, as well,” said Michael Bisch, Yolo Food Bank executive director. “Repower homeowners gain the experience of supporting nonprofits engaged in critical work in Yolo County, which elevates the entire social safety net. Here at Yolo Food Bank, the proceeds from YoloShines last year resulted in food for 26,250 meals for neighbors living in poverty countywide. This sustenance has a tremendous impact upon health outcomes, housing opportunities, academic achievement, employment prospects, and more. Repower is a champion for changing lives in Yolo County, and we’re grateful for our partnership with them,” Bisch stated.

RepowerYolo helps residential and commercial property owners evaluate and go solar. Property owners receive a complimentary solar analysis, including assessment of historical energy use, amenable roof space, investment objectives, environmental outcomes and other factors, culminating in a report summarizing the analysis and providing solar system recommendations. To learn more, go to or call 530-564-4292.

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