In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, the island of Puerto Rico is without electricity and lives in darkness. With the help of all of us, Casa Pueblo, an award-winning environmental organization seated within the central mountain region of Puerto Rico will LIGHT UP the rural mountainside starting with the city of Adjuntas. Together, we can quickly bring relief to those living in darkness by enabling access to solar energy.
About Casa Pueblo
Casa Pueblo is a non-profit environmental watchdog community-based organization in Adjuntas, Puerto Rico, headed by Alexis Massol-González, a civil engineer and winner of the 2002 Goldman Environmental Prize. His son, Arturo Massol Deyá, Professor of Microbiology and Ecology at the University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez, is assistant executive director of Casa Pueblo. LEARN MORE
How You Can Help
Send a Solar Lantern to Casa Pueblo!
Purchase this item on Casa Pueblo's behalf, and it will be sent in a consolidated shipment directly to the "Light Puerto Rico" campaign for their Puerto Rico relief aid work.
The cost of consolidated shipping is included in the flat-rate $10 price.
You will NOT receive a shipment if you order this item -- it is being shipped on your behalf to the "Light Puerto Rico" campaign's storage facility, where they will send it to Puerto Rico.
Purchase multiple lanterns by increasing the quantity of this item before checkout
About the PackLite Nova USB Solar Lantern
The PackLite Nova USB Solar Lantern is a high-performing, inflatable solar lantern. It provides over 75 lumens of bright LED light on Turbo mode and can run for up to 24 hours on Low mode when fully charged (no extra batteries required).
Contact us if you have any questions about this campaign, subsidized pricing for charitable use, or anything else we can help you with! Please reference "Casa Pueblo" in your inquiry, so we know you are part of this campaign.
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's solar lanterns are in use in over 100 countries around the world, thanks to supporters like you!