Notes from the Field
During the 2018 holiday season, we partnered with buildOn to bring light to women around the world so that they could improve their circumstances through literacy. Let's see how they're doing now.
Our nonprofit partner Convoy of Hope teamed up with the O'Reilly Center for Hope to provide important resources to people struggling with homelessness. They adapted their event due to COVID-19 and were able to continue providing aid and services in a new format.
Earlier this year, LuminAID partnered with the Kikulu Foundation with the goal of sending 100 solar-powered lights to children in Uganda. After overcoming distribution complications from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, we are proud to announce that more than 100 lights have been delivered!
To celebrate International Women’s Day, we’re sharing 4 LuminAID partner projects run by amazing women. Take a look at the ways they are sharing safe light around the world.
We're working with our nonprofit partners to distribute solar lights and phone chargers to families without power following Hurricanes Irma, Harvey, and Maria as well as earthquakes in Mexico. We are also restocking depleted disaster relief aid supplies to ensure that emergency responders can respond whenever there is an urgent need.
On January 7th, a 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck southern Puerto Rico, and significant aftershocks have continued in the days and weeks following, leaving many Puerto Ricans unable or afraid to return to their homes.
Today, we’re shining a spotlight on one of our nonprofit partners, Convoy of Hope, who teamed up with a local organization in order to bring light to the homeless population of the Ozarks.
In this edition of Notes From the Field, we are lucky to have a guest post from Angela Maria Nardolillo of Off-The-Grid Missions. Off-The-Grid Missions is the only organization in the world dedicated to providing Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing individuals access to life-saving resources in remote, isolated and disaster-stricken regions around the world.
In this edition of Notes of the Field, we discuss how Iniciativa Comunitaria has brought much-needed light to Puerto Rican communities affected by Hurricane Maria.