Local Solar Company Sponsors Multiple Charities this Holiday Season
Solar Negotiators For Kids
We Thrive on Serving Our Community
Fresno, CA – Today, Solar Negotiators®, one of the Central Valley’s leading companies for solar project management, announced their sponsorship for two charitable organizations leading into the holiday season: Toys for Tots SM and Coats for Kids. These campaigns collect donations at multiple locations throughout the Valley, as well as a large advertised donation drives at the beginning of December.
Toys for Tots is an amazing group that collects toys and donations for toys during the holiday season so they can share the Christmas spirit with less fortunate children. Toys for Tots is brought to you by the U.S. Marine Corps, which the company’s founder, Chris Moran, proudly served. The other campaign, Coats for Kids, is another closely tied non-profit with the goal of distributing new winter coats to children in need. Solar Negotiators is proud to sponsor both of these organizations and serve those in need this holiday season.
Solar Negotiators is guided by the principle that all interactions with customers, suppliers, employees, and community partners should be based in honesty and integrity. Having served the Central Valley for seven years, Solar Negotiators has helped hundreds of families save on their monthly energy bill. Their business model is unique to the industry, specializing primarily on high customer service quality rather than pressured sales techniques competitors often use. The business has a long standing mission of serving the community in part by providing free, honest information about how homeowners and businesses can save on their monthly energy costs.
Your Contribution is Needed, Donate Today
Make a difference in a child’s life this Christmas by either dropping off a store-bought toy or coat or by making a donation online. To learn more about Toys for Tots or Coats for Kids, please visit www.solarnegotiators.com/community or call (559) 447-1557.
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