PERU - SOLAR LIGHTS
We are currently providing solar lights to villages living without access to electricity. See your donations at work in the pictures and videos below. Donate a solar light to a family living without electricity by clicking here
We traveled 4 hours to a remote village called Ccapi. The residents only speak Quechua, the ancient Inca language. We traveled with two priests, Rene Pena from Cusco and Marco from Colombia and they translated. The people no longer had to live in the darkness because of your generous donations.
As we traveled to Ccapi, there were houses in darkness along the way, So we stopped and called out to see if there was anyone living there. A couple came out and we surprised them with their new solar lights.
After we gave the couple their new solar lights, the lady called out into the mountains for other families to come down from the mountains!
and they came down!
To donate solar light to families living without electricity click here
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2015 Community Leadership Award
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2018 Global Empowerment Mission
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