Help Fight For A Strong Clean Energy Future — Via A Tesla Raffle!


Help fight for a strong clean energy future — enter now to win a Tesla Model X!

For over 40 years, the Illinois Solar Education Association (ISEA) has been advancing the solar movement — and now is your chance to help strengthen its work by entering its annual fundraising raffle for a Tesla Model X.

ISEA started small – just a group of volunteer environmental advocates who got together and decided they needed to do something more. The organization has continued to grow in size and strength ever since. Now, with its new sister organization, the Illinois Solar Energy Association, it represents over 600 clean energy advocates and businesses and is the state resource for solar energy–related education and advocacy.

However, ISEA needs your support in order to ensure it is able to continue to fight for a strong clean energy future. That’s where the annual Tesla raffle comes in!

2020 was hard for everyone and the solar industry was no exception. Purchasing a raffle ticket will go a long way towards achieving renewable energy goals and carving a path to a brighter, more sustainable future. The money raised from the annual raffle directly supports ISEA’s educational programming, including  Solar 101 webinars, the annual Illinois Solar Tour, and developing robust, publicly accessible education resources on the ISEA website and YouTube Channel. Plus, you might just net yourself an amazing new car.

The Model X is an all-electric SUV that you can recharge at your home or on the road. You’ll no longer be at the mercy of fluctuating gas prices, and you’ll reduce your carbon footprint at the same time. On top of that, this SUV is a true utility vehicle. It’s one of the fastest, safest, strongest, and roomiest cars in its class, with the ability to go from 0 to 60 in 4.4 seconds and the most advanced autonomous driving technology on the market — Autopilot.

ISEA has offered a Tesla raffle for the past seven years, with an enthusiastic response. “I entered the raffle because I wanted to support the solar industry in Illinois,” 2015’s winner remarked. “I figured that I wouldn’t win, but it was a good cause and I figured it would come back to me in one way or another (less pollution, maybe a cool car).” After he won, “I test drove the car and got to test the Autopilot software on the highway, which was amazing. It is a great car, very quiet and very fun to drive.” 2017’s winner already had solar installed at his home, and was excited that he could now fuel his car on sunshine!

The raffle closes on April 26, 2021, and the winning ticket will be drawn on April 29, 2021. Each ticket is $100, or you can get a discounted set of four tickets for $300. Only 2,500 tickets will be sold. If fewer than 2,300 tickets are sold, then the drawing converts to a 50/50 drawing. Find further details and contest rules on ISEA’s raffle page at RallyUp.

Learn more about ISEA and other opportunities like this by becoming a member of ISEA or by signing up for our newsletter.

Enter to win a Tesla Model X today and contribute to a more sustainable future for all!

The Illinois Solar Education Association (ISEA) is a non-profit organization that promotes the widespread application of solar and other forms of renewable energy through our mission of education and advocacy. ISEA is the state resource for renewable energy related policy developments, educational classes, events, and access to local renewable energy businesses.

*This post is supported by Illinois Solar. Photos provided by Illinois Solar.



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