Help New Vision send solar lights to survivors of Typhoon Haiyan!
Super Typhoon Haiyan barreled into the Philippines with winds as high as 190 mph. According to the latest statistics, nearly 5,200 deaths and some 4.3 million people -- one million of whom were children -- have been displaced by one of the worst disasters in history.
Although clean water, food, and medical care have reached most of the survivors -- they are still without light. The darkness poses challenges for relief workers and survivors alike.
New Vision Renewable Energy has a goal to provide 1,000 solar lights to the
Philippines by January 1st, 2014.
The New Vision Portable Solar Power Pack & Light system will bring a light of hope to the survivors of the typhoon. The solar powered LED light is strong enough to provide whole room lighting and charge much needed cell phones.
Vision is working with several nonprofits, including Dr. Juval Galera, Pastor of Eastside Baptist Church in the city of Carcar, to reach a network of over 200 ministers and churches. They are ready to distribute safe and clean portable solar lights to
communities in need. Dr. Juval is also supported by Feed the Children and Expecting An Encounter ministries.
But we need your help to bring light and hope back to the Philippines.
With your donation, New Vision will provide much-needed support that is not only essential now but will help light the way for families and communities even after order has been restored.
Please help us reach our goal of 1,000 lights and put light in the hands of the
people who need them most -- especially the most vulnerable -- women, children and the elderly who need light during the darkest hour of their lives.
New Vision is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit and all donations are tax deductible less the actual amount of the perk. As a member of the U.N. Energy Access Practitioner Network, we strategically partner with individuals, businesses, nonprofits and corporations to help bring an end to energy poverty.
Team on This Campaign:
Director of Business Development