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Other Ways to Give

As a 501c3 Non-Profit, Vote Solar’s work would not be possible without our generous donors. Please see below for how you can support our work to expand solar across the United States.

 

Make a Monthly Gift

By becoming a monthly donor, you ensure that Vote Solar has the resources we need to continue the push for a just clean energy transition. Knowing we can count on your support every month enables us to take on and stick with the big fights. Join today!

Need to update your info? Visit the donor portal or email meghan@votesolar.org for assistance.

 

Workplace Giving

Double your impact! Many companies will match their employees’ charitable giving dollar-for-dollar. Find out if your workplace has a matching gift program. Enter your or your spouse’s employer’s name in the search box below.

If your employer requires you to fill out a Matching Gift form, you may need the following information:

    • Tax identification number: 46-4396728
    • Address: 360 22nd Street, Suite 730, Oakland, CA 94612
    • Phone: (415) 817-5060
    • Website: votesolar.org

Questions? Email Meghan Long at meghan@votesolar.org

Donate Stock or Annuities

Support Vote Solar by making a gift of stocks, bonds, or mutual funds. A gift of appreciated securities provides significant benefits, including an immediate charitable deduction for the full market value of the stock and avoidance of capital gains taxes that would normally be due upon sale.

        • Instruct your broker to transfer shares to Vote Solar.
        • Contact us at (415) 817-5060 Ext: 111 or meghan@votesolar.org to provide information about your gift.
        • Your tax-deductible gift goes directly towards supporting our work to expand solar across the U.S.

Include Vote Solar in your Will or Estate Plans

Ensure your legacy and help us take on the biggest challenges of our time. Include Vote Solar in your will or designate us as a beneficiary in your will or trust.

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