For Sponsors

Thank you to our sponsors and supporters!

A donation is a wonderful way to support our project! Your gift will help us purchase materials for our solar car, educate aspiring young engineers make innovations, and teach about the importance of renewable technology to our community.






  • Mira Asad
  • Julie Yip
  • Nezar Eltal
  • Selma Hassane
  • Nesma Nuru
  • David Kincade
  • Afraah Javed
  • Kevin W
  • Nesma Nuru
  • Sonia Khatri
  • Callie O'Meany
  • Evan Hamaguchi
  • Keony H.
  • Francesca Hovagimian

Help Support Our Project!

To make a contribution, feel free to look at the sponsor packages below then email once you have decided on which package suits you the most. Or you can leave a donation at

Test drive the solar car, detailed technical information on car design, meet and greet with solar car team, thank you video, and a thank you blog post.
Large-sized logo on the car, Company logo on UC Irvine team Jacket and a photo with the solar car team.
Medium-sized logo on website and car, UC Irvine Solar Car team t-shirt, logo on all pages on the solar car website, logo and sponsorship announcement on all video media.
Tour of the solar car construction, photos of the car's design, UC Irvine Solar Car stickers and small-sized logo on the sponsor page.
Name recognition on our website and a thank you letter from the team.

Commonly Asked Questions

The American Solar Challenge is a competition to design, build, and drive solar-powered cars in a cross-country time/distance rally event. Teams compete over a 1,500-2,000 mile course between multiple cities across the country. The event has had over two decades of organized events in North America.
We need about $80,000 USD to complete the project.
You should donate because your contribution will help foster the growth of the future engineers of America. These engineers will help design your aircraft, cars, bridges, towers, and electronics goods. In order for America to continue to be the leader in innovation we need smart capable engineers who are educated enough to make improvement to our current technology.
If everything goes as planned and we recieve enough funding, the car will be completed before the summer of 2018.
We believe that as solar cells continues to be researched on, it will soon become efficient enough for the global market and become a contender as an alternative to fossil fuels.