Every year, A.M. Sun Solar sets a goal and commits to donating a percentage from every system sold each year to a local non-profit. This year, A.M. Sun Solar was able to donate $7,500 to Jack’s Helping Hand. A.M. Sun Solar understands the importance of supporting one another in a local community and is more than happy to support local families in need.
A.M. Sun Solar’s company mission is to grow communities with the power of the sun and that mission is continuously supported through the A.M. Sun Solar “High Five Club,” an internal program that takes $5 out of every paycheck and donates it to Jack’s Helping Hand.
The connection between A.M. Sun Solar and Jack’s Helping Hand is a personal one. Jack’s Helping Hand provides support to one of A.M. Sun Solar’s employees, Adam Scorby, and his son, Calin. At 36 weeks Calin was diagnosed in utero with a rare genetic disorder called Tuberous Sclerosis Complex. The road for Calin has been tough and challenging. Jack’s Helping Hand has helped Adam with the financial cost of traveling to Stanford to see the specialist Calin requires and for his multiple surgeries.
Jack’s Helping Hand was founded by Paul and Bridget Ready, in memory of their son Jack, whose three-year struggle with a rare form of brain cancer ended in 2004. Their mission is to provide community programs that meet the unique challenges of children with cancer or special needs under the age of 21.
For more information about Jack’s Helping Hand, visit www.jackshelpinghand.org.