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Helping others help others

Through our solar for good project we gift solar systems to charities and organisations that are doing great things in their communities. By significantly reducing their power bills, organisations’ can put funds to better use, doing more of their good work.

We work with some incredible charities across the country who are empowering a lighter, brighter future in the work that they do, everyday.

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We’re helping charities and local organisations up and down the country with our solar for good project. Scroll down to see the stories.

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Whangarei Native Bird Recovery Centre

Another amazing Northland charity run by Robert and Robyn Webb. With their team of volunteers, they’re working around the clock to rehabilitate our native birdlife.

With a focus on educating the next generation around the importance of looking after our wildlife and natural environment Robert, an incredible storyteller, has touched the lives of many young New Zealanders.

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We installed a 24-panel system with two 6.1kW Energizer Homepower battery on their Whangarei facility.

Te Whakaora Tangata

An incredible charity close to our hearts, Te Whakaora Tangata work with our most vulnerable whanau in South Auckland and the Far North. Thousands of families overwhelmed by poverty, violence, abuse, drugs and crime have been transformed through their family restoration courses and other intensive programmes.

www.tewhakaora.org.nz

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Lightforce team installing panels
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We installed a 20 panel solar system on their premises in South Auckland and we also hold a Christmas drive for whanau who have recently completed the course.

Kai Rescue Centre

Established in 2017, the Kai Rescue Centre has diverted 75 tonnes of food from landfill. That’s a whopping 500,000 meals distributed to families and individuals in need in the Nelson Tasman region.

Part of the Nelson Environment Centre, it’s run by an amazing team of volunteers who collect, sort and pack the food to be distributed through the region through 40 local charities and organisations.

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