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UKRAINE Okhmatdyt Children's Hospital in Kyiv

Ukraine Children's Hospital Bombing Kyiv. Okhmatdyt Childrens' Hospital 2024

Kyiv, UkraineCNN¬†‚ÄĒ¬†

A Russian missile strike partially destroyed a children’s hospital in Kyiv on Monday, causing terrified patients and their families to flee for their lives.

The death toll includes 33 people in Kyiv, Ukrainian interior minister Ihor Klymenko said in an update Tuesday. Two people were killed and at least 16 others injured in the strike on Kyiv’s Okhmatdyt hospital.

The facility is Ukraine‚Äôs largest children‚Äôs medical center and has been vital in the care of some of the sickest children from across the country. Every year, around 7,000 surgeries ‚Äď including treatments for cancer and hematological diseases ‚Äď are conducted at the hospital, according to Ukraine‚Äôs human rights ombudsman¬†Dmytro Lubinets.

Founder and Inventor of Solight Alice Chun personally delivered lights for in 2023. We will continue to send our Solarpuff Light there to the children of war. We are partnered with Love Without Boundaries to bring more light to the Hospital.


Hurricane Relief in Acapulco

The aftermath of Hurricane Otis in Acapulco, Mexico, has resulted in a significant human toll, with nearly 100 people dead or missing. The Category 5 storm struck Acapulco with powerful winds, causing extensive damage, including flooding, roof destruction, submerged vehicles, and severed communications and transportation links. Solight will donate "Give a Light" lanterns to families impacted by the Hurricane.

Maui Disaster Response

The confirmed death toll from the fires has risen to 96 and is expected to increase further. This makes the Maui wildfire the deadliest in modern U.S. history, surpassing the 2018 Camp Fire in California, which claimed 85 lives (NBC News). Wildfires that ravaged the Hawaiian island of Maui have killed scores of people and forced thousands to evacuate. Little is left in the historic town of Lahaina, which was once Hawaii's capital. The exact cause of the blaze is still unknown, but a mix of land and atmospheric conditions created "fire weather." At Solight, our hearts go out to the communities on Maui that have been affected by the devastating fires.

Earthquake in Turkey and Syria

We are heartbroken with the aftermath of the earthquake in Turkey and Syria. Turkey is reeling as the death toll continues to climb after Monday's magnitude 7.8 earthquake, with more than 11,000 people already reported dead and 50,000 injured across the two countries. According to the World Health Organization, 23 million people are displaced by the disaster. The power grid is decimated and we will be donating our solar lights to the homeless families living in the dark. We will be on the ground with our Non-profit partners in Adana and as always will be sharing video and photos of the delivery.

Hurricane Ian Florida Relief

Over 1 million without power. According to the New York Times, ‚ÄúHurricane Ian is going to be a storm that we talk about for decades,‚ÄĚ Deanne Criswell, the administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Ian was so powerful that its winds were just a few miles per hour shy of making it a Category 5 storm as it made landfall in Florida on Wednesday. And it didn't take long for it to unleash its wrath on Florida's power grids.
We are sending Solights to Hurricane Ian victims in partnership with Florida Rising a non-profit organization working for CLIMATE JUSTICE and housing a just transition that puts frontline communities at the center of energy policy, disaster response, food policy, and all climate change initiatives.Florida Rising also fights for safe affordable homes, rent control, and housing development for the. underserved.

Fiona Relief Puerto Rico!

On September 18th, 2022 a category 4 Hurricane Fiona hit Puerto Rico in the southern region. The island’s power grid was crippled again; 1.5 million had lost electricity and are left in the dark. We will be delivering Solights to the victims of Fiona with love and light. Our on the ground friends and partners are already there helping and need more Solarpuffs. We are working with the Non-Profit Stronger Than Maria to deliver lights to those that need them most. We were there in 2017 when Maria hit and when the earthquakes hit in 2019. Now we will be there again. These pictures are from Puerto Rico 2017 when we first delivered lights in San Juan. Founder Alice Min Soo Chun is personally going to deliver lights there on October 2nd 2022 and will be meeting up with Operation Blessing.




Ukraine Relief

Sending Light and Love to Ukrainian refugee families fleeing their country into Poland and Moldova as Russians invade. More than 1.2 million civilians have fled Ukraine, according to the UN. Our partnering Nonprofit organizations NuDay is sending our solar lights to the women, children and elderly in Ukraine who have fled to shelters and bunkers. NuDay is working in Ukraine and Poland to quickly reach women and children with dignified aid, sending containers with much-needed humanitarian and medical supplies. They are also working to support evacuations and housing for refugees.

There is a dire need for solar lights and chargers. For every 5 Helix donations we will donate a QWNN light with phone charger. The European Union (EU) estimates that up to four million people may try to leave the country because of the Russian invasion. Our hearts are broken and words fail. Nationalism has once again led to war in Europe. And we are on the brink of yet another full-blown humanitarian crisis, as Ukrainian refugees flee their country seeking safety.

We are also working with Utah Refugee Connection,¬†Lifting Hands International NGO partners in Moldova who are on the front lines helping Ukrainians as they cross the border. Frequently, these refugee families‚ÄĒmostly women and children‚ÄĒhave walked long distances, waited in lines stretching for miles, and have little with them other than the clothes on their back and whatever they can carry. We are already sending 100 QWNN solar lamps with phone chargers to the border of Moldova with our friends at the Utah Refugee Connection and Lifting Hands international.¬†

Children in Haiti

We are giving light again to our partners on the ground in Haiti for the Holidays. We met many children in Haiti, this past August 2021 our founder Alice Chun personally delivered lights to Haiti earthquake victims in the Nippes region. The children were sleeping on the ground and the school was a pile of rubble. This holiday we want to send each child a light for keeping them safe and able to do homework at night. Not only will we deliver life-saving lights, but Alice will also teach the children about solar technology. After the first earthquake 10 years ago, we have been helping in Haiti to provide light to the most underserved regions of the world. Read more about the beginning of Solight in Haiti Here.

Hurricane IDA, New Orleans

Hurricane Ida made landfall in Port Fourchon, La., just before noon on Sunday with winds at 150mph. The hurricane was strong enough to wipe the electrical power in all of New Orleans and although the power service is slowly being the restored the Weather Channel reported they could remain without power for a month and over 1 Million people do not have electricity.

"Entergy said about 895,000 customers, which are homes and businesses that could include multiple people, lost power because of Ida. Cleco, another large utility, reported 90,000 customers lost power." The Weather Channel

That's why we we are partnering with Non-profit organizations and churches currently in the ground at New Orleans to provide lights.

Solar lanterns are ideal for hurricane preparedness and the aftermath as well. Our people need light, donate one now and help!

Read more here: NY Times, NY Magazine, CNN, FoxNews

Navajo Strong

Navajo Strong is a nonprofit dedicated to getting essential supplies to communities on the Navajo reservation. The Navajo reservation is the largest in the U.S. and accounts for about 75% of the households without electricity in this country. Aside from the obvious correlation between having electricity and quality of life, there are also tremendous benefits in terms of safety. The Eastern Agency in particular is not only the poorest region on the reservation but in the nation. Access to basic human resources such as water, food, and education is difficult as these communities are so far removed from basic infrastructure.

In partnership with Solight Design, Navajo Strong will be distributing lights in the Eastern Agency. Solight’s contribution to the reservation and partnership with Navajo Strong for effective distribution has the potential to truly change lives for years to come. Children will be able to do their homework, families can safely cook at night, and individuals will be able to travel on foot from one place to another, even at night.

Give Light To Timathea

Timathea Shays Workman, an award winning writer and photographer, has had a varied career working as an assistant tour manager and album cover designer for rock bands, a ghostwriter for A-List actors, a special effects researcher for Lucasfilm, a high school and middle school English teacher, an environmental advocate, and an international trip leader and speaker. But what has touched her most deeply has been her work giving Solight lamps to people around the world who have no access to electricity.‚ÄúThere is nothing more deeply rewarding than knowing you are making a significant impact in someone‚Äôs life through the simple yet powerful gift of light. To alleviate pitch darkness means you are giving women a means to protect themselves from predators, children comfort at night, families a healthy and free alternative to dangerous smoke or kerosene chemicals, and environmental care givers another tool in their mission to protect wildlife. There is really nothing that has touched me so profoundly as this work, and I want to do even more of it,‚ÄĚ Workman says.
You can support this worthwhile movement to bring light to the world :
Donate lamps for Timathea to give to those in need on her journeys (follow her on social media to see the impact you’ve had.)
Donate to other Solight partners who are making a difference with light through their organizations.
Purchase Solight products to hand out on your travels (it will be the most rewarding part of your trip.)

  • Care For Life
  • Hispanic Federation
  • Utah Refugee Connection
  • Clinton Global Initiative
  • ANERA
  • The Senese Project
  • NuDay: Ukrainian Refugee Relief
  • Save the Children
  • The United Way

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Tammy
Thankyou

I Have received the solights and wanted to say thank you for such a wonderful product. I like that I can donate to others in need when I make an order. I hope that this will continue to reach more people who need light. great innovation Tammy

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Vaneshka
Amazing product and outstanding work

By far the best product on the market. I tried a few other brands but they did not work for me. This one is elegant and can be used to decor your home. I also like that by purchasing I can help others in need too. LOVE THIS

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Sheila Marie Fouchier
This little light of mine.

I am so amazed at how compact and Brite this little light of mine is.
I thought it was going to fade out or stop working as most solar garden lights do, but this little light just keeps shining.
The later is so Brite it lit up my whole living room on a power outage, and every one thought I had power. I was an awesome candle free gosht for trick or treaters on Halloween. Light weight , extremely durable, and you place it or hand it anywhere.
Thank you Solight .
A gift so simple but effective.

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Kelly Anastasio
Solight is a kind and compassionate company

Every time I order a lilght, I give one. I know it is helping someone, keeping them safe, giving them hope. It always makes me feel good knowing that I can make this simple donation and it will help someone else. Keep up the good work Solight Design. You are making a big difference.

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