The Spirit of Giving
This season True South Solar is sponsoring some of our favorite events and organizations throughout the Rogue Valley. We give to be part of something larger than ourselves, and to support the community we care about. Here are a few of our gifts for the end of 2016:
- $5,000 Mt. Ashland
- $5,000 Ashland Chamber Festival of Lights
- $5,000 Providence Festival of Trees
Mt. Ashland is dedicated to providing Local Mountain Fun for people of all ages and skill levels. They rely heavily on the generosity of our community to help provide great programs, keep prices within reach and make capital improvements. As a community-based non-profit, their generous donors help support Mt. Ashland to ensure it remains an affordable, unique experience that enhances the lives of Rogue Valley residents.
We’re proud to be among those generous donors. This summer, Mt. Ashland installed 85 solar panels on top of the ski area vehicle shop roof. This 27.795 kW SunPower system will offset about 12% of the ski area’s annual energy consumption. True South Solar donated $5,000 in equipment and $5,000 cash to support Mt. Ashland through our marketing efforts. See you on the slopes!
City of Ashland’s Festival of Lights
Friday, November 25, 2016; Downtown Ashland
The Festival of Light, a community event put on by the Ashland Chamber, begins each year the day after Thanksgiving to kick off the holiday season. There is entertainment on the Plaza, followed by Santa’s Parade at 5:00 pm and a Grand Illumination with a countdown led by Santa and Mrs. Claus who officially turn on over one million lights all over downtown.
Providence Festival of Trees
Friday, December 2- Sunday December 4; Medford Armory
The 25th annual Providence Festival of Trees will open its doors to a holiday wonderland. Don't miss seeing how some of the Rogue Valley's finest designers and decorators create winter magic for southern Oregon in a beautifully transformed Medford Armory. During the past 24 years, Providence Festival of Trees has raised more than $8 million to benefit the programs and services of Providence Medford Medical Center.