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How to Organize a Nonprofit Fundraiser

November 21, 2018

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Tips for a Successful Giving Tuesday Campaign

October 08, 2018

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Notes from The Field: Rajany Matthew, Peace Corps Volunteer in Madagascar

Notes from The Field: Rajany Matthew, Peace Corps Volunteer in Madagascar

June 02, 2018

Rajany Matthew, a peace corps volunteer in Madagascar, distributes LuminAID lights to silk weavers as part of our Give Light, Get Light campaign. 

 

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Reducing Fire Hazard in Vulnerable Communities

Reducing Fire Hazard in Vulnerable Communities

May 30, 2018

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Solar Lanterns: Making Health Services More Accessible

Solar Lanterns: Making Health Services More Accessible

April 12, 2018

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With Light Comes Opportunities for Self-Employment

With Light Comes Opportunities for Self-Employment

April 12, 2018

Second only to agriculture, craft-making is the second most common employment in rural areas worldwide. Many craft-makers must work in the light of kerosene lanterns, or restrict their work to daylight hours. Solar lanterns provide the safe and sufficient lighting that is integral for craft-makers and self-employed artisans.
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Breaking Barriers to Education

Breaking Barriers to Education

April 12, 2018

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Saving on Costs for Energy-Poor Families

Saving on Costs for Energy-Poor Families

April 12, 2018

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Who Run the World? Women in Tech & Entrepreneurship

Who Run the World? Women in Tech & Entrepreneurship

February 26, 2018

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Notes from the Field: After the Hurricane, Illuminating an Island Community

Notes from the Field: After the Hurricane, Illuminating an Island Community

December 18, 2017

As one of the outer islands of the Caribbean, the island of Dominica was right within the path of destruction of Hurricane Maria this year. 95% of buildings on the island were damaged or destroyed, leaving electricity scarce and families struggling to rebuild. Randy Hannan, Managing Director of the Trafalgar Relief and Reconstruction Fund, shares how safe and reliable light makes a difference in a community struggling to rebuild:
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Notes From The Field: Mera Peak Nepal

Notes From The Field: Mera Peak Nepal

December 15, 2017

Even among the highest peaks, a LuminAID ambassador finds a way to share light. This story comes from mountain-climber Sunny, who recently embarked on an all-female climb in the Himalaya. On the way, her team was able to distribute safe solar lights to families in high remote mountain villages, with fire stoves as their only light source. Read more about the monk, the elderly farmers, young widow, and others who received safe light at home in the mountain pass.

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The Season of Giving: 5 More Ways to Support Puerto Rico

The Season of Giving: 5 More Ways to Support Puerto Rico

December 05, 2017

This season, we've been so honored to see the way people and communities have banded together to help families in need in Puerto Rico, Dominica, the US Virgin Islands, Barbuda, and beyond. On our recent feature on Shark Tank, we shared how much we've accomplished together, thanks to grass-roots support and our incredible partner organizations. We want to highlight their crucial work, and support them with so much left to do. Find out more ways to get support relief and recovery this holiday season.
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