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thrive from clean energy
Join the Climate Courage Book Club!
In his new book Climate Courage, RE-volv Executive Director Andreas Karelas tells a story that we don't often hear: that the answer to the climate crisis is right in front of us, and that there is already a powerful clean energy movement afoot in countless communities across the country.
Kicking off next month, Andreas and special guests will be leading a dynamic series of monthly discussions around the book's themes and impactful ways to get involved in the clean energy revolution in your community. To join, you can set up a monthly donation in any amount.
And in celebration of our 10 Year Anniversary, join at the $10/month level until March 23, and we'll send you an exclusive signed copy of Climate Courage to get started! Happy reading!Join
Spread clean energy.
Make a real change in people's lives
Your monthly gift supports community-serving nonprofits, allowing them to access the cost-savings of renewable energy and fight climate change at the local level.
About the Solar Seed Fund
Types of nonprofits benefiting
Every penny, nickel, and dime that I’m saving from solar is going to my three year old granddaughter's education
Unity Gardens affordable housing resident
Here is what you can expect
when you join
Access to exclusive events
Inside stories of communities thriving
Proof of dollars well spent
RE-volv raises money to put solar panels on community-serving nonprofit organizations like homeless shelters, schools, community centers, and houses of worship. As these organizations pay RE-volv back, we reinvest the money into more solar projects in low-income communities across the country.
The revolving fund used by RE-volv to finance its leases is seeded through donations and a percentage of the
lease payments from each project is reinvested back into the fund for use in future solar projects.
This revolving fund is known as the “Solar Seed Fund.” Through this model, the success of each nonprofit project drives a virtuous cycle that enables RE-volv to support more campaigns and increase contributions to each successive project.
Homeless shelters, schools, community centers, and houses of worship are a few examples of the types of nonprofits we help go solar. All of these community institutions provide vital services to those who need it most. The monetary savings from solar helps these nonprofits and their community thrive.