"This Little Light Of Mine"

“TO PROVIDE SOLAR ENERGY AND OTHER RENEWABLE ENERGY, PRODUCTS TO THE PEOPLE OF TANZANIA, SELMA, ALABAMA, AND ECONOMICALLY CHALLENGED AREAS IN THE UNITED STATES AND WORLDWIDE”

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Give Now To Support A World Powered By Renewable Energy.

Bonergies Globoal Charitable Fund will provide safe, renewable lighting through solar-rechargeable lights. The kids, youth, and hospitals will now be able to read, study , refrigerate medicine, and do medical procedures day and night at night, with no risk to their health and lives. No kids should have to risk their health or lives because of having to study with dangerous lighting. Solar lights will make safe studying and medical procedure a reality!

BONERGIES PRIMARY FOCUS

The goal of Bonergies Global Charitable Fund is to provide renewable energy solutions for the rural areas of Tanzania, with a primary focus on Health centers and Schools, as well as community centers and homes. With more than 80% of the Tanzanian people living without electricity, there is a dire need to bring off-grid power to rural areas.

STRONG PERSONAL CONNECTIONS

The particular area of interest for BGCF is Tanzania, partly because Charles Bonner, President of BGCF, has a strong personal connection to the country, has many contacts in the country and is fluent in Kiswahili, the dominant language of East Africa. In addition, Tanzania is the perfect country to begin with, due to its political stability and safety, as well as the industriousness and ambition of its people.

BONERGIES SOLUTIONS

For millions of people in rural developing countries, the lack of electricity and clean drinking water are two of the main culprits for poverty and the lack of development. One of the top solutions for off-grid locations is solar energy. In the U.S., there is a need for alternative energy education, installation and job creation in poor communities.

WE have made major steps 

With the Internet spreading linke wildfire and reaching every part of our daily life, more and more traffic is directed to websites in search for information.

FOR EDUCATION
SCHOOLS

FOR MEDICAL
CENTERS

Can you imagine trying to do homework or read a book with no light?

Most children in Tanzania  have to deal with this problem every evening. For tens of thousands this is their reality. BGCF is aiming to end this!

Kerosene lanterns used by kids and youths are a health hazard and cause tragic fires.The weak and flickering light damages the kids’ eyesight when they are studying at night.

Can you imagine doing a major surgery or giving birth by the light from a cell phone?

Most doctors in Tanzania have to deal with this problem every evening and must prioritize based on power limitations

WE GREATLY APPRECIATE OUR TEAM, SPONSORS, AND SUPPORTERS. THANKS, THANKS & THANKYOU!

Without your contributions and support sheading the light would be impossible.

Associate Executive Vice Chancellor
University Of California, Davis
Sen. John Edwards
Atty.Cate Edwards
Dr. Ernest Bonner
Bob Greene–Greene Realty
Dr. Lorraine Bonner
Hope Green–Green Realty
Mark Delphine
Atty.Cabral Bonner
Christine Schnebly
Sabra Malik
Rosie Papazian
Crystal Warren
Bahati Bonner
Cameron Weissensee
Edward Brown
Jessica Brown
Dorsi Bonner-Weissensee
Dr. Bindya Singh
Atty.Karan Gill

Lillian A. Gwilliam, JD
Atty.J. Gary Gwilliam
Elaine D. Brown
Atty.Ernest Warren, Jr.
Laurel Spolter
Atty.Jerry Spolter
Matthew A. Thomas
Madeline D. Allen
Robert H. Greene Real Estate
Robert H. Greene
Holt Green
Harvey Katz
Mary Katz
Paul Hughes
Isaac Magal
Tom Foremski
Atty.David Krause
Peter Pezzati
Judy Swan
Scott Swan
Kenyan Americans
Tanzanian Americans
Ian Cohen
Stephanie Daniels
Rahim Reed, JD, Msw, Mpa

Safi wa Nairobi
Eskender Aseged
Radio Africa & Kitchen Restaurant
San Francisco, CA
Theresa Jones
Gavin Beebe
Damon Beebe
Meredith Brock
Derek Beebe
Angela Light
Eric Olson—Solar World
Atty.Carrie Ann Colton
Atty.Howard Moore Jr.
Atty.Jane Bond Moore
Viola J. Douglas, Ph.D.
Sandra Beltran
Cynthia Osborne
Matthew McCulley
Calvin Bonner
Eric Seifert
Lylian Muttakyawa, RN
Stephanie Wiley, RN
Dr. Geeta Singh
Dr. Hieu Pham

Gina Smith, RN
Dr. Kai Ihnken
Atty. Valeria Ross
Atty. Ron Jaret
Atty. Phil Jaret
Ray Harrelson
Angie Harrelson
Elizabeth Ross
Dialo McLinn
Janol Mclinn
Aleem Shabezz
Atty. Michael Kinane
Brenda Ross Brumfield
Gail Pisor
Stephanie Daniels
Catherine Lagarde
Clinton Killian
Atty. Jesse Ryder
Sage Ryder
Vallejo Tanzania Sister City
Dagmar Chambers, RN
Rafael Flores
Cynthia Hampton
Atty.Ann Kariuki-Flores