A Nighttime Run Lights Up For Charity — 660 News, Aug 13, 2011 Runners will light up the night sky for charity in Calgary. Starting at 9:30 p.m. on Saturday… [more] Energizer Night Race Set For Saturday — Calgary Herald, August 11, 2011 The Energizer Night Race is a unique take on running that starts [Read more...]
Name: Alice, Age: 14, Grade: 7 Alice lives with her mother in a traditional hut, 4km from school. She attends school six days a week, leaving her house at 6:30am and not returning home until 5:30pm in the evening. Her favorite subjects at school are math and Kiswahili. She does not like her English class [Read more...]
Isolated and forgotten populations live on the frontiers of Argentina, and lack access to the most basic necessities, such as drinking water and electricity. Energizer and One Million Lights will bring solar light to remote villages. The gift of light will make a difference in their everyday life. See the photo album and watch the [Read more...]
eBay Holiday Program — eBay Inc. donates 15,000 Solar Lights for school children in India and Africa. In December 2008, employees of eBay Inc., a leading Silicon Valley technology company received an unusual annual holiday gift. It was not a traditional trinket or gadget that would be forgotten a few moments later.
The employees received a heartwarming letter from the CEO informing them that the company had donated 15,000 solar lights – to be distributed one per child in rural India and Africa on behalf of the employees….
Energizer Partners with Global Charity One Million Lights and Sponsors Night Races Around the World in Support of its now that’s positivenergy™ Platform ST. LOUIS (Oct. 13, 2011) – More than 1.6 billion people worldwide lack access to electricity and depend on costly and health-hazardous kerosene lamps.1 Given this urgent need for safe and reliable [Read more...]
The need for light in Ethiopia is great. About ninety-nine percent of the population in rural areas does not have access to electricity. With the sun setting around 6-7 pm on a regular basis, the people have difficulty continuing their work or their studies after sunset. The children, who cannot study during the day, as [Read more...]
Facundo lives with his grandfather in Argentina, so he can attend school. His parent’s home has electricity but his grandfather’s home does not. They use kerosene lamps at night in their hut and take care of the animals in the dark. A solar light will enable Facundo to play during the day and study at night while his grandfather will be able to tend to the animals.