Solar Power

The $139,000 project was made possible with funding support from Pacific Power’s Blue Sky program customers. Design, construction and installation of the project was done by Newcastle Solar, based in Myrtle Creek, and went online with Pacific Power on June 21, 2018.

Installing a 43.2 kilo-watt solar electric system is a win-win for the animals and for the environment. As a nonprofit, Saving Grace is always looking for ways to improve care for our pets and save money. The system is estimated to produce 45% of the shelter’s electricity so the center can focus on uniting pets with loving families and maintaining the high standard of care for animals. It also allows us to conserve energy and reduce Saving Grace’s carbon footprint as a responsible member of the greater community and protect the wider environment.

Read more about Pacific Power’s Blue Sky Program here.

A photo after the solar panels were installed on the roof at Saving Grace Animal Shelter in Roseburg, OR

We encourage you to donate your bottles and cans through our Blue Bag program

Simply call or stop by Saving Grace, The Package Depot or Patriot Automotive to request pre-labeled bags, collect cans and drop at your nearest BottleDrop Location! You can find your nearest Bottle Drop location here.

A photo of a black and white dog standing next to a blue Bottle Drop donation bag filled with bottles