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Solar Champion Program

Become a Solar Champion Today!

Bring solar energy to local nonprofits

Are you passionate about clean energy? Do you want to tackle climate change, starting in your community? As a RE-volv Solar Champion, you will have an incredible experience spearheading a local solar project from start to finish. Don’t know much about solar? Not to worry. RE-volv will train you on everything you need to know to bring solar energy to your community. RE-volv is a nonprofit that works with volunteers around the country to run crowdfunding campaigns to raise money to install solar panels on community-serving nonprofits of their choice.

Current Champion Opportunities

Madison County Vinyard Church - London, OH

Madison County Vineyard hosts a variety of programs focused on underserved communities both in London, OH & in Columbus, OH. They organize homeless outreach, fight food deserts, offer free summer lunch for elementary school kids and free "rummage" giveaways, as well as offering their space for preschool services for autistic children, tutoring, and programs for kids with behavioral issues. They are truly an amazing organization and would benefit tremendously by the savings they would reap monthly by going solar. Apply to be a Solar Champion today and help them realize their dream of clean, affordable energy.

Martha's Vinyard

True Fellowship Baptist Church - Richmond, CA 

True Fellowship Baptist Church is a keystone within the Richmond community. True Fellowship works in diverse ways to support the those in need and offers a monthly clothing and food giveaway. Solar energy will reduce the church's costs and free up resources for the good work they do for the people of Richmond. Solar Champions will bring True Fellowship solar energy savings, more resources for their community programs, and clean, renewable energy.

Beverly Scott of True Fellowship Church

Lakeshore Avenue Baptist Church- Oakland, CA 

Lakeshore Avenue Baptist Church has been a positive force in the community since its inception in 1860. Lakeshore Avenue Baptist Church has a Hunger Task Force to fight hunger and homelessness with food, shelter, and clothing and they offer their own food bank and emergency fund for the community. Bringing solar to Lakeshore Avenue Baptist Church will have an incredible ripple effect in Oakland.


                        You can bring solar energy to these incredible nonprofits!


Interested in becoming a Solar Champion?

Or reach out to Anna Foreman at to set up a short intro call.

More projects will be made available soon! Learn more about the Solar Champion Program here!