Nebraskans for Solar & Heartland Hope Mission Partnering on Giving Tuesday Solar Project & 24-Hours-of-Impact Volunteer Activity

December 3, 2019 all-day

Energy is a major expense for food pantries, homeless shelters, and other local nonprofits that provide a hand up for people in need. Raising funds and installing solar on the rooftops of their buildings through our Green Watts for Good program is a way everyone can help them save on their electricity bills every month, bringing a little sunshine into their lives and your own for a very long time. Solar panels typically last 25 or more years.

For our Giving Tuesday project, Nebraskans for Solar is partnering with Heartland Hope Mission, a nonprofit that provides basic needs and job opportunities to approximately 45,000 people, helping them to become self-sufficient. Your contributions will be used for the installation of a solar photovoltaic system on their building at 2021 U Street on or before Earth Day, April 22, 2020.

Three Ways You Can Help

Make a tax-deductible contribution on our SHARE Omaha Page. Our goal is to raise $10,000. Nebraskans for Solar will match contributions up to a total of $10,000.

An alternative or additional way you can help is to join Nebraskans for Solar and Heartland Hope Mission volunteers for our Giving Tuesday “24 Hours of Impact” community service project. We are co-hosting a drive to collect:

Heartland Hope Mission’s Most Needed Items

  • Clothing: gently used coats (all sizes) baby and kids clothing
  • Hygiene items: shampoo, body wash, baby diapers (size 3-5), toilet paper
  • Christmas: Brand new toys

When: Tuesday, December 3, 2019 from 2 pm to 6 pm

Where to drop off: Heartland Hope Mission, 2021 U Street (parking lot on the north side of the building). Refreshments provided. 

A third way you can help is to share our flyer with your family and friends.

Questions: Please contact Ken & Helen Deffenbacher: or
Renae Bush:

Thank you from all of us at Nebraskans for Solar & Heartland Hope Mission!