Join us in delivering light all over the world. Purchase a Give Luci light for just $14.95 and our nonprofit partners will send it directly to someone living without access to electricity.
1.5 billion people in the developing world still live without reliable access to electricity. In many places, as soon as the sun goes down, children can no longer study, women are less safe walking outside, small businesses must close their doors, clinics cannot care for patients... the list goes on. Light often comes in the form of dangerous and toxic kerosene lanterns.
Lightweight, easy to carry, and shining up to 12 hours on a single solar charge, Luci is a clean, safe and affordable way to bring light to the world.
Your Give Luci purchase of just $14.95 will send a Luci light directly to the people who need it most.
If you're an organization making a difference somewhere in the world, and are interested in distributing Luci lights, you could be just what we're looking for! Learn more.
New Course provides Luci lights to rural women in Sub-Saharan Africa, freeing them from the financial burden and daily responsibility of collecting traditional energy fuel, as well as from the toxic kerosene fumes that filled their home.
INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CORPS
International Medical Corps is a global leader in emergency relief. As First Responders, they're onsite within hours, using Luci as a reliable source of light for those impacted by the disaster and for those without access to power.
KIDS OF KATHMANDU
Kids of Kathmandu is rebuilding schools in rural Nepal destroyed by the 2015 earthquake. They’re using Luci lights to help students travel safely between home and school and to study after sunset - empowering them to pursue a brighter future.
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
Boy Scouts of America uses Luci lights on camping and trekking adventures, teaching young scouts about clean energy and inspiring them to think differently about the possibility and power of new ideas.
With every Luci purchased, you’re helping us deliver our clean, affordable lights to those who still live without electricity.