TERI, Inc.

Vista, California

About TERI, Inc.

Since its inception in 1980, TERI has grown to accommodate the needs of many while remaining true to its original goal - to improve the quality of life for children and adults with special needs. Through support, advocacy, dedication, innovation, and resolve, TERI has brought opportunity and hope to countless individuals and families. TERI looks to the future by continuing its commitment to set new standards through establishing and operating model programs, conducting applied research in best practice procedures, and offering training and consultation to professionals, families, and other community.

The Project

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 at @ 758 South Melrose Drive, 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.

Show your support

Make an investment and support the mission by helping TERI, Inc. 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 8.000%
  • Invested $44,577.32 of
  • Time Left Completed
  • Invested $44,577.32 of
  • Goal100%
  • Interest Rate 8.000%


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    Thank you for building such a brilliant model! Solar can save operating expenses but can be out of reach for many non-profits because of the upfront costs. Its empowering to help solve this with my investment, with the opportunity to be repaid plus a modest return. Win for the planet, win for non-profits, and win for investors!

    15 November, 2013

    Posted by: Eric Engelman

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    Lee Barken-- hero of solar power and creative financing. Hero of good causes. All around hero!

    28 November, 2013

    Posted by: Carolyn Keith