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Nonprofit Solar Project Grants

Community Foundation for Southern Arizona's Nonprofit Solar Project

As part of CFSA’s Environmental Sustainability Impact Fund, the Nonprofit Solar Project offers local nonprofits the opportunity to meet a significant portion of their energy needs through solar power.

Launching on April 22, 2022, the Nonprofit Solar Project was developed by the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona (CFSA) in partnership with local donors and Solar United Neighbors (SUN). Through the switch to solar, nonprofits will be able to reduce their carbon footprint and energy costs, freeing up resources for programming or other infrastructure needs.

The next open application date information is coming soon!
Questions? Contact our Community Impact Team at community@cfsaz.org or by phone at 520-770-0800. For technical questions, contact Solar United Neighbors at azteam@solarunitedneighbors.org.

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Applicant Criteria

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Important Dates

The next open application date information is coming soon!

To Apply

All applications must be submitted through an online process with Common Grant Application. We strongly encourage you to review the tutorial video, which contains important information on how to register/log in and submit an application.  To view the video: click here.

  • First-time users of the Common Grant Application, click here to register for an account.
  • If you have already applied for a grant using the Common Grant Application, you should have an account. Returning users click here.

Previous Nonprofit Solar Project Grant Recipients

Thank you to our generous CFSA donors, Tucson Electric Power, and Solar United Neighbors for making this project possible.
Solar United Neighbors and Tucson Electric Power

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