Buy a light for yourself, and sponsor a light to be distributed by one of our charitable partners to someone in need. Your purchase covers the cost of one solar light which you will receive, as well as the cost and associated shipping of a solar light that one of our charitable partners will distribute to an individual in need. See below to learn more about our selected charitable partners and projects.
You will receive the following with your order:
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 10,000 lights in more than 50 countries through the Give Light, Get Light project. Join us in our mission to make light more accessible and sustainable for all!
Current Charitable Focus:
Hurricane Matthew Relief
Since making landfall on October 4th, Hurricane Matthew has pounded Haiti with 145 mph winds and up to three feet of rain, putting thousands of lives at risk, in part due to lack of safe, sustainable lighting. Our vetted, locally-driven nonprofit partners on the ground in Haiti are responding with much-needed supplies, including solar lights. You can help by sponsoring LuminAID lights to be included as part of relief aid for victims of Hurricane Matthew as part of our Give Light, Get Light program.
American Foundation for Children with AIDS
The American Foundation for Children with AIDS (AFCA) provides comprehensive services to AIDS orphans, HIV+ children, and their caregivers. The AFCA will be distributing LuminAID lights through their livelihood programs, humanitarian assistance, and medical program. The AFCA provides an ideal network for accessing those who can benefit most from access to safe, affordable, and renewable light.
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