Solar Power for Remote Orphanages and Medical Clinics
Organized by: Chris Henderson
All over the world and closer to home, in Central and South America, there are orphanages and medical clinics that lack power, mostly because of their remote locations. Without power, they have no lights, no hot water, no fans, and needed medical equipment cannot be used. There is a solution though, and, it is a simple one. Even a small solar power system can go a long way to providing the electricity needed for lights and even a water pump. A solar water heater can provide hot water for personal hygiene, and washing clothes or dishes. We call our project "Share the Light", which is a charitable organization start-up. You can make a real, and lasting difference, in the lives of many people, by helping today. Won't you donate today, and help "Share the Light"?