Every rural Indian is entitled to basic necessities,

Homes with Light

We are a non-profit that enables solar power to help develop a self-sufficient and sustainable rural India, one village at a time.

Our Work

Over 300 million Indians live without access to these most basic essentials.

That is 25% of our population. The goal is mammoth, but not unachievable.

And we work towards it every day.

Lives Impacted
Homes Illuminated
Villages Transformed
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Live projects to donate


Tree Plantation

Tree plantation in rural areas is essential for environmental health and community prosperity. By planting trees, rural communities enrich the soil, purify the air, and create sustainable livelihoods. These efforts also foster a sense of pride and unity, as communities work together to protect their natural heritage and build a brighter future for generations to come.

Community Electrification

Community electrification in rural areas is the process of bringing electricity to remote villages, often through the installation of solar powered lights, and renewable energy sources. This effort aims to improve living conditions, support economic growth, and enhance access to essential services for residents in underserved areas.

Adopt an Anganwadi

An anganwadi is a government-sponsored child care and mother care center in India. These centers aim to provide basic healthcare, preschool education, and nutritious meals to children under 6 years of age and pregnant and lactating mothers. Through community engagement and outreach, anganwadis play a crucial role in promoting child development and maternal health, ensuring a brighter future for the next generation.
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Janki Damu Waghat
“When the water is contaminated or impure, home filters can be very useful for us. In our village, during the summer months, there is a scarcity of water, and we have to walk long distances to get it. Sometimes, we have to resort to drinking water from borewells or dig holes beside the river to obtain drinking water. We also had to go to the water source at odd hours, such as 2 AM to 3 AM, to get a utensil of water, as during the day, it was very difficult to get water because all the women rushed to the same spot. But now, with the water tank near our house, we can fill water whenever we need it.”

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Join our youth

Over 10,000 young people have powered our purpose, turning inti critical changemakers themselves. Spread awareness, implement interventions, raise funds, you can join our youth and be the change you want to see.

Joy of giving

You could light up a home, or a village; empower a family or a community. Every penny counts and no amount is too small or too large. Contribute to the future of our rural citizens and witness the sustainable impact it brings in their lives, and yours.

Partners in

To make development available and sustainable across the rural landscapes, partnerships with like-minded organizations and businesses has never been more essential. Let’s make a difference, together.
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