SonLight Power - Foodbank in Puerto Rico
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Message from SonLight Power - Foodbank in Puerto Rico:
This project will provide sustainable, uninterrupted power for critical needs of a foodbank serving residents of Humacao in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. Humacao has an estimated population of 55,000 and is located along the eastern coast of Puerto Rico, an area hit hardest by Maria’s path.
The foodbank is operated by Centro de Discipulado Mundial (World Discipleship Center), a nondenominational church serving Humacao. Project will replace the need for emergency generator, which costs about $1,665/month ($20,000/year) to operate, translating to an estimated payback period of 3 years.
Currently, the foodbank is subject to power outages, which adversely affects its ability serve the needs of vulnerable families in the community. Inconsistent power contributes to inability to refrigerate/preserve food and remain open after daylight.
Related video links:
• SonLight Power serving in Haiti with Spanish River Church (Boca Raton, FL), a key partner in this relief effort in Puerto Rico:
• Story of SonLight Power mission as explained during mission trip in Panama:
• Testimonial of Puerto Rican woman named Denise, who requires a feeding machine for her daily nourishment – Spanish River Church with help from SonLight Power equipped her with life-saving solar power to run her feeding machine after Maria:
|Linda Moore||March 31, 2019||$100.00|
|Mark & Julie Fisher||March 31, 2019||$200.00|
|March 25, 2019||$265.00|
|William D. Martin Family Foundation||March 6, 2019||$250.00|
|Mark Fisher - Facebook Fundraiser||March 6, 2019||$5,199.94|
|February 25, 2019||$95.00|
|Rob Hawkins||January 23, 2019||$100.00|
|Tim Donovan||November 6, 2018||$25.00|
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My Fundraising Goal: $43,000
Total Raised to Date: $6,235