Join Us at Yoga Ohana, Benefitting Lucy’s Love Bus!
Oct. 27, 2020
Lucy Grogan was 8 years old when she was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia. By the time she was 11, she had decided she was missing the resources she needed to manage the side effects of her diagnosis—things like massage, acupuncture, art therapy, and therapeutic horseback riding that treat the whole body, not just the illness.
Lucy’s Love Bus was created in 2006 and provides comfort to children with a life-threatening diagnosis like cancer, all because of the financial support of Bay State homeowners just like you! Join the Boston Solar team, as we (safely) attend the Yoga Ohana virtual fundraising event on November 1, 2020, from 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM.
Take a Moment, Share a Moment
This all-day virtual event features six yoga classes, taught by local and international yoga instructors. Classes will be aimed at relieving the burden of everyday stresses, while allowing you to connect with other service and compassion oriented individuals, safely. Take a look at the multiple fundraising and donation options available on the event’s website:
There will also be raffles and prizes for the homes that raise the most, and you will be sent a recording of the event for future use. All money donated goes to spreading the love of Lucy’s Love Bus, helping deliver integrative therapies to the children that need it.
Your Solar Energy Gives Back to the Community
There are many ways solar energy is good for our local community, like the reduced environmental impact of carbon emissions, the creation of clean, renewable energy sent back to the Massachusetts electricity grid, and the reduced demand for grid-supplied electricity. And with every solar PV system installed by Boston Solar, we’ll donate $50 to Lucy’s Love Bus, to provide massage therapy for children at the Floating Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts.
Invest in solar for your home with a solar installation contractor that is invested in the community. Schedule a free solar quote with Boston Solar today, at 617-858-1645, or get in touch here.