Sullivan Solar Power is spreading holiday joy by supporting local organizations fundraising efforts this festive season. Sullivan Solar Power is proud to sponsor the Candy Tree at the Habitat for Humanity's Christmas Tree Lane at the Temecula Promenade Mall.
The Candy Tree is one among 20 trees that mall patrons can enter to win by purchasing raffle tickets. The beautifully decorated trees can be found on the first floor near the entrance of Macy's in the mall. All proceeds from the raffle will go directly to Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley.
“We are so proud of this year's Christmas Tree Lane,” said Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley Executive Director Tammy Marine. “It's a culmination of hours of volunteerism, generosity and artistry. We'd like to think the beautiful display also makes a statement about the power of collaboration while celebrating diversity.”
Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley aims to provide low-income housing for families in the Inland Valley. The organization serves the cities of Temecula, Murrieta, Wildomar, Lake Elsinore, Canyon Lake, Sun City, Menifee and Perris.
In addition, Sullivan Solar Power is sponsoring The Original Christmas Tree Lane at the Lake Elsinore Outlets. The showcase, which consists of over a dozen trees with decorated themes and merchandise worth $1000 each, will run from Friday, November 25 to Sunday, December 18.
Over the past nine years, the event has raised more than $93,000 for local youth. The money raised will be used to provide financial assistance to the Boys & Girls Club of Southwest County, providing seven Student of the Year Scholarships and other local youth charities.
"We are pleased to have joined these organizations this year as a key sponsor," said Daniel Sullivan, founder and president of Sullivan Solar Power. "Giving back to the community is a significant priority for our company and we couldn't be happier to participate."
For more information about Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley, visit www.habitativ.org for more information on The Original Christmas Tree Lane, visit www.theoriginalchristmastreelane.org.
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