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A.M. Sun donates $10,000 to Jacks Helping Hand 

A.M. Sun Solar has donated $10,000 to Jack’s Helping Hand to support children with cancer or special medical needs, including one very special little boy.

A.M. Sun Solar, located in Paso Robles, chose Jack’s Helping Hand as the company’s non-profit partner to support one of their employees and his son. Calin, solar consultant Adam Scorby’s son, was diagnosed at 36 weeks in utero with a rare genetic disorder called Tuberous Sclerosis Complex. The road for Calin has been very difficult and challenging. Jack’s Helping Hand has helped Scorby with the financial cost of traveling to Stanford to see the specialist Calin requires and for his multiple surgeries. A.M. Sun Solar will continue their partnership with Jack’s Helping Hand in 2018 for Calin and other children who need special medical care. Scorby is also donating $600 from his solar sales to Jack’s Helping Hand.

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.

A.M. Sun Solar is a locally owned and operated solar installation company located in Paso Robles. TThe company installs solar energy systems for Central Coast homes, businesses, farms, and wineries. In 2016 and 2017 they were listed in the top three astest growing companies on the Central Coast with the highest rating in customer satisfaction. A.M. Sun Solar are proud to not only support, but employ nearly 50 Central Coast residents.

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