Sponsor a light to be given to one of our charitable and non-profit partners for someone in need. Through support of customers like you, LuminAID has distributed more than 50,000 lights across projects in more than 100 countries. See below for more information about our charitable partners. Your purchase covers the cost of one light that will be sent to one of our charitable partners. To purchase a light for yourself as well, please see theGive Light, Get Light Package.
Please note that this purchase is not tax deductible.
About LuminAID's Give Light, Get Light Program
1.6 billion people around the world lack proper access to electricity. Many of these people are forced to rely upon dangerous, toxic, and expensive kerosene lanterns as their primary source of light. Through our Give Light, Get Light program, we partner with NGOs and non-profits all over the world to distribute LuminAID Lights to individuals who will greatly benefit from a safe, rechargeable light source. LuminAID has distributed over 50,000 lights in more than 100 countries from lights sponsored through the Give Light, Get Light program. Join us in our mission to make light more accessible and sustainable for all!
If you are looking to purchase lights for humanitarian use, we offer a subsidized rate. Please visit our Nonprofit Subsidy page to apply today.
Current Charitable Partners:
Disaster Relief (Allocate as Needed)
Lights sponsored for disaster relief will be sent to partner organizations and distributed to families affected by Hurricane Florence, Hurricane Michael, Hurricane Willa, and the earthquakes in Indonesia. As disasters arise, these lights will be sent to the areas of greatest need with one or more of our humanitarian partners. Following natural disasters, safe light is one of the most critical needs for families left in the dark. Help us send lights for rescue, relief, and recovery.
Lights sponsored for Hurricane Relief will go to our disaster relief aid partners responding to Hurricane Florence, Hurricane Michael and Hurricane Willa in North Carolina, Florida, Mexico and other impacted areas.