We are committed to excellence in the printing and promotional products industries by providing professional service, quality merchandise, on-time delivery, and competitive pricing. We will accomplish this by communicating effectively, empathizing continually and humanizing the process with our customers, employees and suppliers.
Casa de Balboa is a building in Balboa Park, a 1,200-acre urban cultural park in San Diego, California, which contains museums, theaters, gardens, walking paths and the world-famous San Diego Zoo. The tenants of the Casa de Balboa building include the Museum of Photographic Arts, The San Diego History Center and the Model Railroad Museum.
Hope was started by the parents of a developmentally disabled child in 1997 and opened its doors in 1998. In NJ in 1980, Alex and Mary Casatelli were part of a group of eight parents of disabled adults who realized that their children could outlive them. These eight parents started a program that was directed by the people who knew their children best, them! That program is still in existance and houses 36 people.
Located in the Teaneck Township of Bergen County, New Jersey, Dar-ul-Islah was established in the nineteen seventies by the Muslims of Bergen County for the sole purpose of upholding, preserving and propagating Islam.
Pastor Larry, his wife, Shirley, and their three young children, started Canyon Hills Friends Church in East Yorba Linda on June 3, 1990. The church first met in a leased facility on La Palma Avenue for 15 years. In 2003, Canyon Hills purchased the property on Fairmont Connector and built an 18,000 square facility. On April 3, 2005, Canyon Hills had its first service in its new and current facility.
Shir Hadash was founded in 1980 by individuals who saw Judaism and a Temple as central to their lives. The founders wanted to create a community that embodied the ideals of participation and involvement by members in the management of the congregation as well as in its activities, and a supportive environment for interfaith couples. Their goal was to create a congregation that was less hierarchical and more participatory in structure.
The church today reflects the diversity of heaven, with people from many ethnic and cultural backgrounds who are all equal and precious in God’s sight. We stand strong in our traditions, planted with deep roots, and holding a vision to serve and be God’s Church, the Lord’s people, and His disciples, and messengers. We remember and honor the past; we celebrate the present, and have hope for the future. This is our journey of faith
The Santa Clara County Dental Society was founded in 1889 by eight dentists who lived and worked in the Santa Clara Valley. At that time, the population for the entire county was approximately 48,000 inhabitants. Those early dentists saw the value in starting an organization specifically for their profession and gathered on a regular basis to discuss changes in the science and practice of dentistry as well as review incoming applicants to their new Society.
Mudflat is a clay studio for students and artists of all ages and levels in metro Boston. We offer a dynamic artistic community, featuring classes, workshops, outreach programming and events, plus a mix of studio rentals for 38 professional clay artists.
We are part of a global protestant denomination with more than 16 million members in more than 200 countries. We believe that Christian values are relevant to life in the 21st century and that Biblical teachings provide answers to our deepest questions. As a community of faith we seek authentic spirituality that enables us to be a benefit to those around us.
Christ The King is a special group of people dedicated to sharing the love of God and the message of Jesus Christ. If you are looking for hope, or desire to know God in a deeper way, Christ The King is the place for you! Together we worship, study God’s Word, and serve each other and our world so that others can know the amazing love of God. We welcome you to become a part of our family in Christ!
Victory Worship Center is No Ordinary Church that God has blessed and grown from 23 people in attendance to more than 4,000 people that attend our weekend services across multiple campuses. We truly believe that the best is yet to come.
In 1835 St. John’s Evangelical was formed by Lutherans who wished to worship in German. St. Mark’s Church was the “English” church, our present sanctuary built in 1869. In 1975 the two congregations joined and chose to worship together in St. Mark’s building.
Founded over 50 years ago, Incarnation Lutheran Church, or ILC as we like to call it, has served Poway and the surrounding communities through ministries for children and youth, adults, and seniors. We are an ELCA church.
Winslow Baptist Church exists to win the lost and assist people to become fully functioning followers of Jesus Christ. We live in an increasingly difficult world. Families are being torn apart, and many people face very uncertain futures. There is, however, one source of strength and help that never changes—the Holy Bible. The Bible has always offered the only real, workable solutions to human needs; because its Author understands us better than we ourselves.
The San Diego Police Officers Association (SDPOA) was incorporated in 1953 to assist San Diego police officers in issues related to wages, hours, and working conditions. The SDPOA also aids members and their families in sickness, distress and death, and strives to improve social relations and welfare among the members.
Bethel Church is all about three things: LOVE GOD, LOVE PEOPLE, SERVE THE WORLD. Here at Bethel, it’s pretty simple – we’re ordinary people who have discovered the extraordinary love of God.
Christ Church was established in Coronado in the year 1888. The essential elements of the building remain the same to this day, the high ceiling, the huge diagonal beams and the finished oak woodwork. The first pipe organ arrived in May, 1896; it had 24 registers and 835 pipes. Finally, in 1896 the stained glass windows traveled around the Horn of Africa by sailing ship and were installed in the church.
The mission at Grace Point Church is to passionately follow the Great Commandment and help fulfill the Great Commission by balancing Worship, Ministry, Outreach, Fellowship and Discipleship.
Mapleview Baptist Church is a collection of caring, Christ-following individuals who desire to discover God (one verse at a time), walk fearlessly with Him (one step at a time), and share His love (one person at a time).
Saint Matthew Lutheran Church is a welcoming and inclusive community with the desire to form friendships, meet Jesus, and serve others. Worship services are led by a worship team with a blend of modern songs and classic hymns. Holy Communion is celebrated at every service.
The installation is estimated to save them $700,000 over the next 25 year and reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 150 tons in the first year alone. Jim Kohl explained that switching to solar energy will allow SBC to expand the vision of the church by saving energy dollars which in turn will mean more money available for other ministries. Kohl said that SBC has been “very happy with the process” of working with CollectiveSun to fund their solar project and further the church’s mission to serve God by serving others.
Installing a solar system on their church building fit in perfectly with St. John’s desire to positively impact the world by reducing their carbon emissions. By partnering with CollectiveSun to fund their solar project, St. John’s Presbyterian Church was able to achieve their goal of protecting the environment. In addition, they were able to lower their energy costs which has enabled them to more effectively serve the Berkeley community and the many groups they host in their environmentally-friendly facility.
By installing a solar energy system on their roof, the fire company was able to reduce the cost of operating their fire station which in turn saved money for Elk Township. In addition to the financial benefits for the fire company and the citizens they protect, the installation of solar panels reduced carbon emissions and powered the fire station with clean energy, enabling Ferrell Volunteer Fire Company to care for the environment in the same way they care for their community.
Through a partnership with CollectiveSun, the church was able to fund the installation of environmentally-friendly solar panels which reduced both the cost of operating their church facility and their footprint on the environment. This solar installation project undertaken with the help of CollectiveSun serves as yet another example of the numerous ways that San Carlos United Methodist Church seeks to make the city of San Diego and the world a better place.
During the project, 600 solar panels were installed on the roof of the main building as well as on the roofs of carports in the parking lot. Congregation Beth Israel’s solar installation is expected to save them more than $1,100,000 over a 20 year period according to Mitch Siegler, the Immediate Past President of Beth Israel’s Board of Directors. These savings will allow Beth Israel to devote more resources to maintaining the rich Jewish heritage within their congregation as well as serving the San Diego community.
In 2017, Lighthouse Christian Church decided to expand the many ways they serve others by going solar with the help of CollectiveSun. The church chose to install a 142,708 watt solar power system which, during the next 25 years, is estimated to save the church over $1 million. The solar panels will also significantly lower LCC’s carbon footprint since the power produced from the system adds up to 107,201 pounds of coal not being burned to produce electricity. The church celebrated their new solar panels with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on a Sunday afternoon. At the ceremony, Pastor Mike Openshaw read from the book of Genesis, recalling the account of God’s creation of light.
Five years ago we began the renovation of our fellowship hall, which was showing its age; it was built over 100 years ago. Our goal was to not only restore the building but to bring it into alignment with green building standards and serve as an example in our community. All these efforts have led us to the final building improvement: the installation of a solar plant on top of the sanctuary building which will power both the sanctuary and Heritage Oaks Hall.
RMI’s approach is to focus on unlocking market-based solutions that can be replicated and implemented now. We don’t do it alone. With philanthropic support, we convene and collaborate with diverse partners; business, government, academic, nonprofit, philanthropic, and military, to accelerate and scale solutions that tackle the toughest long-term problems. We create Abundance by Design® and apply the framework of natural capitalism.
Founded in 1979, First Southern has grown from a small Bible study to a thriving community with people of all ages and cultures. What brings us together is our love for the gospel of Jesus Christ. If you are looking for a friendly, family atmosphere with solid biblical teaching, you’ll feel right at home here. Led by Pastor Stephen Jones, the church is involved in missions and community outreach, sharing the love of Jesus at events like the Memorial Day parade, the July 4th fair, Awana, and Vacation Bible School.
By using the power of the sun to help reduce escalating energy costs, we can use our savings to help serve both our community and the planet. Once the solar panels are installed and go live, we will save money over our current power bills right away. Over the 25 year life of the solar power system, we stand to save over $271,000, which we can use to fuel our purpose to transform lives, build dreams, and reveal God. Our partner, CollectiveSun® has developed a unique funding model called crowd-lending, that allows the community to lend us the money to install our solar system and receive a return on your investment.
ODC is going to use solar power to help reduce the escalating expenses related to powering their office, school, and theaters. Sharing this goal of utilizing clean energy, ODC is partnering with CollectiveSun to bring their community together to make this project a reality through investments that not only utilize the beneficial rebates available in San Francisco but also powerful tax benefits that otherwise would not be able to be taken advantage of.
TERI’s McNealy House. This is TERI’s 2nd CollectiveSun project. The first project was successfully funded on 12/11/2013. TERI wants to use the power of the sun to help reduce escalating utility energy expenses at its residential group homes and education campuses. This project is located in Oceanside, CA, 92057. CollectiveSun helps bring community members and nonprofits together with a common goal to make the solar power project a reality and help save money on utility costs that could otherwise go to serving the mission of TERI.
TERI’s Marshall House. TERI wants to use the power of the sun to help reduce escalating utility energy expenses at its residential group homes and education campuses starting with its Marshall House located in Vista, CA, 92081. CollectiveSun helps bring community members and nonprofits together with a common goal to make the solar power project a reality and help save money on utility costs that could otherwise go to serving the mission of TERI.