Origis Energy is committed to making contributions in communities where our utility scale solar installations are located. This solar energy philanthropic program was started to serve underprivileged and disadvantaged young talent, minorities and veterans. This $10,000 one time donation by Origis Energy is a result of the FL Solar 5 – Reedy Creek Improvement District solar project.

Partnering Utility

RCID is a special taxing district that supports Walt Disney World, created in 1967 by the Legislature. The District encompasses approximately 25,000 acres in both Orange and Osceola counties, servicing 19 landowners, including Walt Disney Co. and its wholly-owned affiliates.

Entities Receiving Financial Assistance

Give Kids The World Village is an 89-acre, nonprofit resort built exclusively to serve critically-ill children and their families. Children visiting Central Florida on their “wish trips,” stay with their families at Give Kids The World’s storybook Village for week-long, dream vacations. Give Kids The World provides meals, transportation, nightly entertainment, and complimentary passes to Orlando’s world-famous theme parks and other attractions. There is never any charge to visiting families, and no child is ever turned away. Since 1986, Give Kids The World Village has served more than 176,000 children and families from all 50 states and more than 75 countries. GKTW is four-star rated by Charity Navigator, with more than 92 cents of every dollar it spends going to program services.

Philanthropic Effort News

FL Solar 5 – RCID Philanthropic Initiative

Origis Energy is committed to making contributions in communities where our utility scale solar installations are located. This solar energy philanthropic program was started to serve underprivileged and disadvantaged young talent, minorities and veterans. [...]

Powering the Magic with Renewable Energy

For full article see: Walt Disney Company Post As part of our long-term goal to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions, Disney is making ongoing investments in renewable energy across our operations. We continue [...]

Why Disney World is Betting on Clean Energy

For full article see: Forbes BY: Jake Hiller Sustainable Finance Manager, EDF+Business “Environmental stewardship and conservation were engrained in The Walt Disney Company from the beginning,” Angie Renner recently told me. Angie is an Environmental Integration [...]

The Magic Kingdom Is Going Green

For full article, see New York Times. Even the visionary Walt Disney probably could not have imagined this one. The Walt Disney Company is just months away from generating enough renewable solar energy to fully [...]