CALABASAS, Calif. — Solplicity, a leader in the California residential solar space, raised more than $17,000 in December for Everybody Solar, a charity that helps protect the environment by providing solar power to non-profit organizations. Monies raised by Solplicity helped Everybody Solar fund an upcoming solar installation for the Committee on the Shelterless (COTS) offices in Petaluma, Calif.

Throughout December, Solplicity made a donation for every new customer that chose to go solar with the company, raising a total of $17,100. Solplicity partnered with Everybody Solar to help fund a solar system that will reduce operating expenses for COTS, while helping their mission and the environment.

“The holiday season was a little more meaningful for us at Solplicity, knowing that we were working to donate to such a great cause,” said Fred Stefany, General Manager and Vice President of Solplicity. “It really got the team in the giving mood. And of course, it’s inspiring to know that our gift will have both an environmental and financial impact at COTS for years to come.”

COTS provides programs and services empowering homeless families and single adults to break the cycle of homelessness, transform their lives, and find housing for good. Everybody Solar will continue to raise money toward the future solar install on the COTS office building.

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About Solplicity
Solplicity is a growing team of passionate experts dedicated to helping homeowners live an energy efficient and sustainable life through solar, while saving them money in the process. Solplicity offers a full suite of financial options and only uses the best technology. Solplicity provides in-person smart and straightforward guidance to help homeowners select the best solar option for their home. A member of American Solar Energy Society (ASES) and the Solar Energy Industry Association (SEIA), the privately-held company is based in Calabasas, California.

Derick Lila
Derick is a Clark University graduate—and Fulbright alumni with a Master's Degree in Environmental Science, and Policy. He has over a decade of solar industry research, marketing, and content strategy experience.

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