DONATE A LIGHT PROGRAM:Donate Light to Bahamas
On September 1st the category 5 Hurricane Dorian- made landfall in the Bahamas and the Abaco Islands. This powerful hurricane was moving at winds as strong as 185mph causing massive destruction for two days. At this moment non-profit organizations are completing their Rapid Initial Assessment and it is expected that at least 13,000 homes were severely damaged or destroyed. By donating one light you can help a family during these moments. Our products are powerful enough to light a room during these times, this meaning families are able to cook, find their loved ones with ease, walk at night and much more. With our lights children can continue their education after school as it provides a visible area for homework, reading and writing and emotion management. The amazing volunteers can use our lights at night to continue their work.
Donate Light to Mozambique
We are working with Care for Life who have been transforming the lives of families in Mozambique, Africa for over 20 years.
A massive and horrifying Hurricane has hit Beira, Mozambique. Hurricane Idai has caused severe devastation. This is one of the worst weather events to ever hit Mozambique. The huge human cost from the storm could reach over 1,000 dead. Flood levels have reached 20 feet in some areas. 90% of the city is estimated to have been destroyed. Thousands have been displaced... and in the dark.
They are working on the ground to help coordinate humanitarian aid including food, water, shelter, medical assistance and distributing Solights.
Donate Light to Puerto Rico & US Virgin Island
By contributing one light to the Puerto Rico and US Virgin Island hurricane relief effort, you are helping a family of 6 people. Right now less than 40% of the island has power. During our recent visit, we went into the hills just 15 minutes outside of San Juan and no houses had power. Many of the elderly living alone have been locked in with no light when the sun goes down. Through our partners, such as Studio Unite, Third Wave Volunteers, Solar4PR, Operation Blessings, United Way and others, Solight Design has shipped and distributed over 15,000 lights. Our goal is to send 10,000 lights now and another 10,000 and then another.
One light from you can make a big difference. to an entire family. Many of these people have been through some of the worst traumas of their lives losing everything they own. A little light gives them hope. As Mayor Yulin Cruz of San Juan called our lights…”They are not just a cube of light but a cube of hope”. Help us light up their world.
Donate Light to Sierra Leon (Partner organization EnviroOne)
EnviroOne is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization established in 2007 with the goal of promoting and fostering a sustainable future through environmental, agricultural and microfinance activities in the US and around the world. A seven-member board of directors runs the company while a talented group of individuals with experience in government, the private sector, and academia manages the day-to-day activities of EnviroOne.
At EnviroOne we believe that all it takes is three (knowledge, good health, and food) to change, empower and transform someone’s life. That is why education and capacity building (through our instruction and micro-finance programs), health/environment (through our clean water programs), and food (through our sustainable agriculture programs) are at the core of what we do. With these three, we have been able to empower and transform people’s lives especially in the poorest regions of the world. However, the availability of light energy can greatly enhance our efforts in education and capacity building. This is why we seek a partnership with SoLight Design.
Donate Light to Venezuela
Venezuelan families are fleeing the country in droves as the humanitarian crisis grows by the day. Because of you, our NGO partner, Operation Blessing is able to meet these families at the Colombian border crossing with life-sustaining supplies and services to these suffering families.
Donate Light to Third Wave Volunteers
In a world of growing natural and man-made disasters, EVERYONE IS NEEDED.
September 11th, 2001, Katrina, 2004 Tsunami, Haiti/Nepal/China/Mexico earthquakes, Sandy Super-storm, Philippines typhoons, Chicago gun violence, Haiti/Texas/Florida/ Puerto Rico/ USVI and Dominica Hurricanes, Guatemala/ Hawaii/ Indonesia/Equador volcano eruptions and the Syrian refugee crisis- the list goes on. Soon we will have a tragedy for every date in the calendar. And with every new disaster, the old one fades away far before the recovery does.
As political animals, we have the intelligence and power to do so much. We can fly to the moon and unravel relativity theories and DNA codes, but the things we need to do now are a lot simpler than that.
THE THIRD WAVE is a movement of Volunteerism around the world, based on the concept that "EVERYONE IS NEEDED". From long-term missions in far off countries to volunteering on a computer for a few hours after work.
The process of helping people is often a complicated task but at the same time everyone is needed to help with not many skills required. All small skills add up to make a real difference: from carrying boxes of water to peeling carrots or creating art with newly orphaned children.
THE THIRD WAVE volunteer has a humble but dynamic attitude using common sense, love and a whole lot of guts to get stuff done no matter how hard the obstacle. It’s about cutting through the red tape of bureaucracy to get help to the real people who need it and is about the human touch of giving love and hope to anyone who needs it.
The Third Wave teams work with many other great organizations and believe that we are stronger together than we are alone.
Your purchase covers the cost of one light that will be sent to one of our 501.c.3 non-profit charitable partners. Please note that this purchase is not tax deductible.
When you choose a Solight, you do not receive a product. Only choose this option if you would like the selected number of lights to go to our partner NGOs.
If you would like to donate directly to our Partners, visit Studio-Unite.org.