From MIT STATA Center North Court to Weeks Footbridge
EVERY PERSON WHO WALKS WITH US ON MAY 13 LIGHTS UP A HOME FOR 5 YEARS.
WALK WITH US to bring A LITER OF LIGHT to the different parts of the world that still lack access to adequate indoor lighting.
Register to WALK FOR LIGHT in Boston and help give the gift of light to a home in a partner country of your choice.
If you can't join us on May 13, you can still light up a home by donating to our cause.
FIND OUT MORE.
1.4 billion people have no access to electricity. A billion more only have access to unreliable electricity networks.
Lack of light and poverty go hand-in-hand, but with a little creativity and a few simple tools and materials,
we are changing lives forever in a meaningful and sustainable way.
Our solar light bulbs address the basic need for lighting in some of the world's developing communities.
Using a plastic bottle, some water and bleach, we are turning waste into a sustainable lighting solution.
We're lighting up thousands of homes around the world – all from a Liter of Light.
MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR
READ MORE ABOUT A LITER OF LIGHT
A Liter of Light is recognized by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) as one of the lighthouse projects in the world.
UNFCCC acknowledged the impact that A Liter of Light is making worldwide as it makes a difference in lowering carbon emissions and alleviating poverty.
Several other media organizations also recognized the sustainability of this very simple solution for a prevalent world problem. Watch the news coverage on the Liter of Light from CNN, Voice of America, BBC, Yahoo News,
Al Jazeera and CCTV Asia.