St. Lucie County, FL, August 13, 2014 –
4:00 AM, Jul 25, 2014
anthony westbury | st lucie county
What do 117 strangers in 11 countries on five continents, and 29 states in this country, have in common?
In the space of less than a week, they banded together to lend two Treasure Coast women they’ve never met enough money to buy $12,000 worth of new air conditioning equipment.
An international nonprofit created to help alleviate poverty by way of the Internet and the phenomenon of crowd funding soon will be helping struggling families on the Treasure Coast.
The non-profit Solar and Energy Loan Fund (SELF) and 40 other state and local governments have completed more than 100,000 building upgrades since 2010, helping to save families and businesses over $730 million on utility bills.
St. Lucie County, FL, May 14, 2014 –
- — @CityofOrlando and @SolarEnergyLoan partner to help Florida be a sustainable green state with funding from @FirstGREENBank! #energy finance — 3 days 11 hours ago
- — Listening to @SolarEnergyLoan presentation at St Lucie EDC luncheon #CleanEnergy #solar #energyefficiency http://t.co/y1bjzfkL9D — 3 weeks 1 day ago
- — Tomorrow @EDC to talk about @SolarEnergyLoan rolling out new commercial #PACE in @St. Lucie County ! Go SELF! http://t.co/Y4onmE4ofA — 3 weeks 1 day ago