Many thanks to everyone who contributed to our Giving Tuesday fundraising campaign and donated much-needed items for our community service project in partnership with Heartland Hope Mission. Also, thank you to SHARE Omaha for organizing and hosting the 24-hour metro-wide event.
Contributions will be used to install a minimum 4-kilowatt solar system on Heartland Hope Mission’s building at 2021 U Street. Over the 25-or-more-years’ lifespan of the solar panels, the system will save the nonprofit approximately $18,000 on their electricity bills.
The project will be completed on or before Earth Day, April 22, 2020, which will be the national organization’s 50th anniversary. Ken and Helen Deffenbacher are the Lead Coordinators for the Heartland Hope Mission project.
New Green Watts for Good Project To Be Announced Soon!
Leo Arens is the Lead Coordinator for our seventh Green Watts for Good project. Over the past few weeks he has been developing this new charitable solar project in partnership with Fremont community leaders. Details will be announced very soon, including ways everyone can join in on this innovative program.