Indianapolis Low-income Solar Project Donors

Indianapolis Low-income Solar Project Donors

Solar United Neighbors appreciates the generous contributions made toward helping low-to-moderate-income families go solar through our 2020-2021 Indianapolis solar co-op. We’re proud to recognize the following supporters. Their contributions to our crowdfunding campaign enabled two low-income homeowners to go solar at no cost to them (homes depicted above):

Leadership Circle

The following supporters made a lead contribution of $500 or more before the public phase of our fundraising campaign for the project:

Anonymous, AZ

Jefferson Electric LLC, IN

Kevin Bridgewater, IN

Plews Shadley Racher & Braun LLP, IN

Super-Patrons Circle

The following supporters made a contribution of $500 or more during the public phase of our fundraising campaign for the project:

Carmel Green Initiative, Inc., IN

Kevin and Kristin Bryan, FL

Mark and Indra Frank, IN

Michael A. Mullett & Patricia N. March, IN

Nathan D. Pate, IN

Patrons Circle

The following supporters made a contribution of under $500 during the public phase of our fundraising campaign for the project:

Anonymous, IN (2 donors)

Aaron Sutch, VA

Allen Ferreira, IN

Andrew Pike & Sharon Horvath, IN

Ariel Hodes, IN

Barbara Dobkin, CA

Ben Inskeep, IN

Corey Ramsden, DC

Christopher J. Cobb, IN

Elizabeth Lynch, IN

Fred Frick, IN

Glory Kulczycki, IN

Jim Mahoney & Shelly Brown, IN

Jodi Becker, IN

John Delurey, IL

Joseph Kotva, IN

Josh Kikta, IN

Judith McWilliams, IN

Kelly Hamman, IN

Kyle Higgins, IN

Larry Grau, OR

Lindsay Trameri, IN

Melissa Barales-Lopez, CA

Patricia Brown, IN

Peyton Berg, IN

Ray Wilson, IN

Rosemary Spalding, IN

Susan Mowery-Schalk, IL

Zach Adamson, IN

Donor Spotlight Interviews

Solar United Neighbors is also honored to feature “Donor Spotlight” interviews with the following supporters who contributed $1,000 or more to this project:

Carmel Green Initiative, Inc.

Jefferson Electric LLC

Michael A. Mullett & Patricia N. March

Plews Shadley Racher & Braun LLP

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