Here is an opportunity to impact a quarter of a million people in Haiti

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Here is an opportunity to impact a quarter of a million people in Haiti, via my friend J.R Gaillot (D), a recent Florida Congressional nominee and all around cool guy:

Over 330,000 people are still living in Tent Cities in Haiti since the devastating earthquake of 2010. There is no access to electricity and there are numerous factors to keep in mind. Safety, Commerce, and Education are the top 3.

Introducing the WakaWaka Light: The WakaWaka light is a solar power LED light that will allow Haitians to walk in safety.

Vendors to continue to sell their product, and students to study without the threat of dangerous kerosene lamps. Kerosene is so expensive and dangerous; many children are burned daily due to accidents.

For every light you buy, one is given to Haiti. Our goal is to donate 50,000 lights to Haiti. With an average family size of 5 the 50,000 lights will impact 250,000 lives.

www.wakawakalight.com

You can contribute online without buying a light. If you decide to donate for Haiti without purchasing a WakaWaka light, this is the easiest way to do so: https://www.paypal.com/webapps/mpp/send-money-online

Email address: cherikay_sessions@yahoo.com (It will show you Ancheri Care Inc.) Put in the subject line: WakaWaka.

US $20.00 per light (or Can $20) a $20 donation gives one light to Haiti. This is for a good cause, and you can be among the 1st to get a solar charger for your Ipod/Ipad/Tablet/Android/Windows/Smartphone by visiting and help fund the new project here http://kck.st/VAWrLr and watch the video.

Help Light up Haiti. 

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