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Last week Puerto Rico was hit by Hurricane Maria. Infrastructure including roads, electricity, water and communication were wiped out and it is uncertain when they will be restored. Imagine waking up one day and your home is gone. The entire infrastructure you’ve depended on is simply missing.

Our fellow Americans are devastated. Until rebuilding efforts can light their night again, YOU can help with a little solar lamp. For the price of lunch you can send a $10 Luke Light to someone in Puerto Rico. Donations can be made here or by clicking the button below.

All donations will fund the delivery of solar powered lights to the people of Puerto Rico. These lights will help the recovery efforts continue after dark. They will allow first responders and medical professionals to assist those in need. They will let mothers and fathers care for their children at night.

For less than the cost of lunch, you can provide someone with a glimmer of hope. Please help us by donating today.

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