Doing our part with SolarBuddy.

Help Us Light Up Bright Young Futures.

Help Us Light Up The Future.

As of the 1st of August 2020, we partnered with SolarBuddy to help donate solar lights to children living in energy poverty and help create a brighter future.

For the 2021 FY, we donated a total of $18,025 to the charity. This has resulted in over 600 lights.

One solar light is able to positively impact 5 lives for children and their families living in energy poverty.

SolarBuddy is an Australian charity uniting a global community with a big dream to gift six million solar lights to children living in energy poverty by 2030, to help them to study after dusk and improve their education outcomes.

At SnapWireless, we strongly believe every child should have the bare necessities and equal opportunities in life. We believe every child should be able to have light to study and improve their own education and lives around them.

Just one solar light will result in 2190 extra study hours for children over 3 years, giving them the opportunity to continue their studies after dusk.

1.4 billion people worldwide live in energy poverty, so join us to give back to those who need it the most and create a brighter future by shopping with a purpose.

How it works

Shop as normal

you have the option to

contribute to our goal during

the checkout process.

SolarBuddy donates solar

lights to children living in


Our FY 2022 goal

This year we have the goal to gift 600 Solar lights to illuminate the futures in Madagascar.


Help us gift 600 lights to children in Madagascar and impact 3,000 lives, create 1,314,000 study hours and offset 93.00 CO2e tonnes of carbon emissions.

Our impact for FY 2021

0 0 Lights

The total number of lights we have donated so far: 0

Which has resulted in

lives impacted


Study hours created over 3 years


Carbon emissions offset over the lifespan of the light

0 CO2e kgs

Reduction in kerosene expenditure


Equivalent seedlings grown for ten years


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