A glass bottle half filled with diesel and some cotton stuffed in the top as a wick, then lit, is what rural children here use as a lamp while trying to study in the toxic fumes. One stumble against a wobbly table and there is flaming fuel pouring over a child’s clothes. Severe burns are a common injury for children in Guatemala most of whom live hours from a hospital.

There is a simple, quick fix for this problem, A SOLAR LANTERN. £15, $18, Q130 is all it takes to make a family safe from this hazard. Click the ‘donate button’ now to make this happen.

A glass bottle half filled with diesel and some cotton stuffed in the top as a wick, then lit, is what rural children here use as a lamp while trying to study in the toxic fumes. One stumble against a wobbly table and there is flaming fuel pouring over a child’s clothes. Severe burns are a common injury for children in Guatemala most of whom live hours from a hospital.

There is a simple, quick fix for this problem, A SOLAR LANTERN. £15, $18, Q130 is all it takes to make a family safe from this hazard. Click the ‘donate button’ now to make this happen.

Apart from the solar panel systems everything else that you see on this web site, from the washing machine to the scholarships, from the training to the medical help, ALL are the result of your help. Please join our face book group (Pass It On Rio Dulce) and follow along with us week by week and come and visit if you can. You’ll find our door open and we will take you to see the smiles and feel the hugs of gratitude for yourself. We welcome visitors with open arms.

 

GIVE US THE LIGHTS AND WE WILL DO THE LEG WORK

Worth every ache and pain and ounce of sweat

 

San Juan de Pacayal:  An hour and fifteen minutes in a truck and two and a half hours walking, then there is the return trip.

HELP us reach our goal: 500 Lanterns

Installed 50%

Pass It On Guatemala
Employer ID # 81-3454988
1616 MCGEE ROAD
LAVOINA, GA 30553-0000