Oberlin Dance Collective (ODC)

San Francisco, California

About Oberlin Dance Collective (ODC)

ODC is a groundbreaking contemporary arts institution with longstanding roots in the San Francisco community. The organization was formed by Brenda Way in 1971 as a collective of artists at Oberlin College and is now one of the most active centers for dance on the West Coast. Our two building campus features eight studios, 2 performance venues and several office suites, is home to a world-class dance company, a professional, pre-professional, and recreational dance training program, a Healthy Dancer’s Clinic, and a nationally regarded presenting venue. Operating in San Francisco's Mission district for 40 years, our programs and neighborhood activities have contributed to community development, stability and access to creative art-making.

The Project

With two buildings to power (351 Shotwell Street and 3153 17th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110), 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.

Show your support

Make an investment and support the mission by helping Oberlin Dance Collective (ODC) save on energy expenses with sustainable solar power made possible thanks to a loan, not donation, from dedicated supporters like you. You can invest starting with as little as $25!

  • Time Left Completed
  • Interest Rate 4.800%
  • Invested $197,903.10 of
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  • Time Left Completed
  • Invested $197,903.10 of
    $197,903.09
  • Goal100%
  • Interest Rate 4.800%

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