Shoreline Solar Project
Rating: 4 stars 1 1 review 196
18004 10th Ave Ne Seattle WA 98165 USA
Filter Reviews by Role
Promote This Nonprofit
GreatNonprofits badges allow you to raise awareness of your favorite nonprofits on your own web sites!
Reviews for Shoreline Solar Project
Shoreline Solar Project was established in 2004 to educate and inspire the community about alternative energy and sustainable living. They successfully lobbied to have solar installed on two elementary schools and paved the way for additional solar installations on other schools and Shoreline City Hall. In addition to creating NW SolarFest, the premiere renewable energy and sustainable living fair in the state, they also sponsor or produce hands on work shops, North King County Green Business Forum, Solar Powered model car races and a Holiday Lighting Contest. Shoreline Solar Project is a 501(c)3 all volunteer organization. Volunteering with the organization has been a tremendous learning experience that contributed to my finding employment in the field of heating and energy.
Would you volunteer for this group again?
For the time you spent, how much of an impact did you feel your work or activity had?
Did the organization use your time wisely?
Would you recommend this group to a friend?
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
Washington Greens schools provides the tools a school needs to help students and staff come together to create a better school... more »
GICS is meeting a critical and underserved need addressing the conservation needs of island endemic or geographically isolated... more »
Stefanie P. wrote:
I've volunteered almost 2,000 hours with The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust and have come to know that MTSG is such an amazing... more »
The Master Gardener program has given me the knowledge and venue with which to share gardening information and environmental stewardship... more »
As a person who goes on sixty to eighty hikes, totaling 300 to 400 miles, each year, I am a strong believer supporting Washington’s... more »