Michelle Lee donated 2019-01-18 17:57:57 -0500
James Gignac and Edyta Sitko
Union of Concerned Scientists
for their partnership with us in researching and publishing of this report!
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We've done incredible things together, this year we were able to install 10 solar streetlights in Avalon Village and Parker Village. We need all kinds of support to make it happen, and your donations are a critical part of that.
Look below to see what your contributions do for the work in 2022.
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- $25 supports a subsidized Soulardarity membership
- $50 buys winter weatherization supplies for a household
- $250 pays one month’s rent at our office and maintains a safe, community space
- $1000 sends our community leaders to share Highland Park’s story on a national platform
- $5000 keeps a roof over our heads in 2022!
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Michelle Lee endorsed 2018-12-18 16:13:22 -0500
In 2011 DTE removed residential lighting from Highland Park. Today, you have the power to choose a brighter future with community-owned solar streetlights.
See the proposal on ourpowerandlight.com.
Show your support - endorse our proposal below.
I support Soulardarity’s proposal for off-grid solar lighting in Highland Park that is affordable, reliable, safe, inclusive, and community-controlled.Endorse