Allterra Solar is dedicated to community involvement and creating sustainable solutions for residents and local businesses. From collaborating with Grind Out Hunger and New Leaf in the inaugural Hardwood Classic Charity Basketball game to partnering with New Leaf on the Local Food Local Power promotion; Allterra Solar works with other organizations to promote clean solar energy and help local residents produce their own power.
New Leaf Partnership
The Allterra Solar and New Leaf Community Markets Groceries and a Gift partnership was born out of shared values.
New Leaf, a certified B-Corp is committed to the triple bottom line: People, Planet, and Profit.
How We Give Back
New Leaf and Allterra Solar came together to sponsor the Hardwood Celebrity Classic, a benefit basketball game with proceeds going to Grind Out Hunger. “GRIND OUT HUNGER is a Santa Cruz based non-profit created through the vision of skateboarders helping kids overcome hunger and malnutrition.” – Grind Out Hunger
UCSC Arboretum Partnership
The UC Santa Cruz Arboretum and Allterra Solar are working together to promote the environmental and financial benefits of switching to solar energy while increasing awareness about the Arboretum. For a limited time only, Allterra Solar will fund a family membership (value $65) for any eligible person requesting a free solar consultation with the company. The Partnership is aimed at making home and business owners aware that the financial benefits of installing solar are likely to decrease in 2016, hence the importance of acting now.
How the Arboretum Benefits
Allterra Solar will give every eligible person (you must own house) a gift family membership (worth $65) to anyone, who signs up with the promo code of “ARBOR”, for a free inspection and quote by the end of this calendar year. If someone is already a member, they can re-gift the Arboretum membership. Visit allterrasolar.com/request-a-quote and enter the promo code of “ARBOR”. Additionally, for everyone who goes solar, Allterra will donate $500 to the Arboretum.
Big Creek Lumber Partnership
Trees for Threes is back for Green Week 2016! Allterra Solar and Big Creek Lumber have partnered with the Santa Cruz Warriors to plant a tree for each three-point basket made during the Warriors’ March 30th matchup against the Reno Bighorns. 42 trees were planted in 2015 and fans are encouraged to join the three partners in a planting in early April. Date and location will be announced at halftime during the March 30thcontest.
About Big Creek Lumber
“Big Creek Lumber is a family-owned and operated lumber company that has been serving central California since 1946. We utilize a framework of progressive and conservative forest management practices, like selective harvest, to cultivate viable redwood forests that will remain productive and enjoyable for future generations. Big Creek Lumber is the first wood-products company operating within a redwood forest to have company lands awarded the “Well Managed Forest” Certification by the Forest Stewardship Council.”
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