September is Hunger Action Month.
Buy Solight Solar Lanterns and raise funds for Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida

A Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida and Solight Design Collaboration


Welcome to our Second Harvest Solar Lantern Store powered by Solight Design. Solight Lanterns are a great alternative to flashlights, provide bright, long lasting light for multiple uses and are kinder to the planet! With each purchase we will raise much needed funds to feed families across Central Florida during Hunger Action Month.

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    Purchase Solights through our Second Harvest Online Store

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    Ensure you add to cart from the Second Harvest landing page

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    Upon checkout enter code SECONDHARVEST

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    Solight Design will fulfill and ship all orders

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    Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida will earn $$$ on every purchase*

*To ensure your purchase helps Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida, please make all purchases from this page and enter SECONDHARVEST at checkout. Thank you for your support!


Portable and lightweight, our patented design is easy to open and close. No inflating by mouth nozzle required! Solights come with powerful LEDs and are made from recyclable and PVC free materials. Best of all - no disposable batteries required! Make sure to stock your Hurricane Preparedness kit with your very own Solight Solar Lanterns from our collection below.


Check your emergency light sources to make sure they are functional and can hold up to the force of powerful storms. Hurricanes create power outages and black-outs, resulting in loss of power. It is essential to have emergency sources of light and mobile charging capabilities that are solar powered or use batteries. Hurricanes also cause flash floods and storm surges creating extremely soggy conditions. You will need to ensure your light and mobile charging sources are reliable even when wet.


Flashlights are typically used as emergency sources of light. Solar lanterns are excellent alternatives during hurricane events. They do not require batteries, are bright, waterproof and lightweight. They can also be easily hung or attached for bright spatial lighting. They have been tested in the most extreme conditions including Hurricane Maria, Dorian, Irma. In addition to their incredible reliability and ability to hold a charge for months, they are better for the planet. 


In Central Florida, 1 in every 6 individuals are food insecure – meaning, many people that we have day-to-day interactions with do not know where their next meal will be coming from. Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida and Food Banks all across the nation participate in Hunger Action Month, asking our communities to lend their voice and spread the word about hunger.

We project that more than 54 million people could face hunger this year in the wake of the pandemic. We need the support of the community now more than ever to help our neighbors in need. As a community, let’s raise awareness of the problem, help feed hungry neighbors and work together to not only feed the line, but also to shorten it. With every action, we get one step closer to making hunger a thing of the past.