#tspsolar

Join us and our new partners at Solight Design and light up the rural village of Akatim, Ghana. By donating a solar lamp, you’re giving students and families a clean, renewable light source.

Without electricity, people rely on kerosene lamps. Expensive and dangerous, kerosene also releases harmful greenhouse gases. Thanks to our partners at SoLight Design, and your generosity, a cleaner, brighter future for Akatim starts today.

Orders are paid and processed through the Solight Design website. As one of our partner organizations, we promise they handle your customer information securely.

DONATE A SOLAR LAMP

ECO-FRIENDLY

LIGHTWEIGHT & DURABLE

EXTENDS STUDY TIME

SAFE FOR KIDS

Give a SolarPuff

Recyclable, Lithium-Polymer solar powered collapsible puff.

The Solarpuff will fully charge in 8 hours in bright sunlight and give 8-12 hours of light. 5 hours of charging in direct sunlight = 5-8 hrs of bright, eco-friendly light.

Give a SolarHelix.

An eco-friendly thermoplastic solar powered collapsible light.

The Helix twists closed into a 4.25 inch square. The light is more uniform than the SolarPuff which projects a grid pattern, making the Helix easier for late-night reading.

1.6 BILLION PEOPLE

living in the world without light!

Checkout through SoLight

Orders and shipping are handled through SoLight Designs, the creators of the SolarPuff and SolarHelix lamps. Please feel free to contact us if there are any issues placing your order, and we will be happy to complete the order for you or contact SoLight Designs on your behalf. Ubuntu, thank you.

PRODUCT DETAILS

SolarPuff

Recyclable, Lithium-Polymer solar powered collapsible lamp.

only $15                     DONATE NOW

SolarHelix

An eco-friendly thermoplastic solar powered collapsible lamp.

only $12                     DONATE NOW

120 SOLAR LAMPS

already donated by SoLight Designs!

Our work is legitimate

The Senase Project is a 501 (c)(3) organization, and our finances are available for download on our reports page. Our relationship with Archbishop Desmond Tutu helped get us off the ground, and in 2014 Forbes blog recognized us as a top small-nonprofit. Since then, we’ve seen incredible success. We’re 100% volunteer-based, and that means all of our donations go toward the people and projects that need them most. We are The Senase Project, working to eradicate poverty through community development.