BECOME A PART OF OUR MISSION
The PowerOneforOne Foundation, engages socially in order to contribute in the long term to millions of poor people in developing countries being able to experience equal opportunities. Electricity is an essential prerequisite for this. Fortunately, humanity is technologically ready to produce clean energy even in the most remote regions of the world, but often there is a lack of financial resources. This gap should close our PowerOneforOne Foundation to help people to help themselves. Below you can see our current project that you can support by your donations.
Aldea Las Brisas Del Golfete, Guatemala
The PowerOneForOne Foundation supports
the childrens home and school Casa Guatemala by exchanging diesel generators for a solar power system to bring affordable and clean electricity into a children's village located in an isolated area.
Casa Guatemala has operated for the past 30 years as an isolated children’s village that cares for up to 300 of Guatemala’s most vulnerable and marginalized children at any time.
Now, Casa Guatemala, is looking to end their dependency on diesel generators for electricity through the installation of a solar power system, that will allow to provide electricity 24 hours a day throughout the children’s village, hereby reducing the operation costs, lessening
their environmental impact, and improving the quality of life for the
250 children in their care.
The Children from Casa Guatemal say thank you for the donations.
The 1. house out of 14 houses has now solar panels and storage battaries.
So they have light at night!
With this non-profit project, the PowerOneForOne Foundation supports Joy Belles-Görtz in her non-profit activities in her home town Kandy in Sri Lanka helping the people in existential need after a natural catastrophe like floods and adverse raining. As one of our first projects, it aims at giving small solar plug in systems, so a minimum electricity for lamps and chargers is provided. The goal will be to install small home systems in several public places for producing electricity for the village.
We say: THANK YOU!
After beeing there for sevaral times, Joy was able to install a small-solar-home-system on the roof of the community house in Kandy, which is open to everybody and educates about 50 children from the whole area!
The products were bought from local dealers and were installed by local electricians, so besides from solar electricitie we could also give local poeple work. THE PROJECT WILL BE CONTINUED.
JOY WILL BE IN KANDY AGAIN IN JANUARY AND FEBUARY