Application for Solar Power System Components
If we had our choice we would help everyone who asks, but the reality of limited available finances means that can’t happen—as much as we hate it, we must turn down some people that we would love to help. That raises the question of how do we choose who we say “Yes” to, and who do we say, “No” to? We despise making that decision, but we have no choice, we must make it.
To guide us in making a fair decision we’ve developed these Application Forms, it may appear to be intrusive, and we apologize for that, but we feel that it is required to make the best possible decision about who gets the limited money we have.
Our goal isn’t just to help you in this time of need, we want to be as sure as possible that you can thrive and succeed in the future. We feel it would be an injustice to you to bring you out here and set you up only to discover you never had a solid chance to make it in your financial circumstances. Much of the information we’re asking is to help us decide how to best help you now and in the future.
Finally, we’ll ask that each of you “give back, or, “pass it forward” after you’ve been a nomad for awhile by mentoring and sharing your valuable experience with other new people coming into the nomadic life.
Thank you again for trusting us enough by entrusting us with knowledge of your life, we are looking forward to seeing you blossom and thrive in a wonderful new life, and then sharing that with others.
The Trustees and Staff of Homes On Wheels Alliance
Application to Apply for Solar Power Components
If you are in need of any solar power system components for your vehicle, we invite you to apply. The application is below.
To pick up solar components in early November, cut off date for HOWA to receive application materials is October 15, 2019.
Email completed application to Suanne Carlson, Executive Director, HomesOnWheelsAlliance@gmail.com
The photo is of the solar panels, donated by Santan Solar, being loaded for transport to Quartzsite.
The H.N. & Frances C. Berger Foundation contribution will be used to purchase materials needed to complete solar power systems for vehicles. These materials, along with the donation of solar panels from SanTan Solar of Gilbert, Arizona, will allow up to 40 complete solar kits to be assembled. . Having solar power means the mobile recipients can power lights, recharge laptops and phones and run a small cooler.