Honor a special someone

with the gift of light!

If you had the power to bring light to darkness, would you?

If you had the power to bring light to darkness, would you?

 

Please consider this unusual and long-lasting gift!

Your donation can bring solar lamps to the 1.2 billion people around the globe who live without electricity!

 Isn’t that Brilliant?

The BE BRILLIANT movement was launched in 2018 by international journalist Tamara Banks:

“It's not enough for me to just report from dangerous places that go ignored and on people who have no voice. I am taking with me solar lamps to give light to those who would otherwise live in the darkness.”

We all have that someone on our list who is “hard” to buy for! They have been there and done that and “need” nothing.

Or what about the person you so respect, who walks the talk in the world - committed to justice?

To honor them, what would be more meaningful than providing the gift of light in their name?

Can you imagine the impact your gift will have on children and families – enabling them to read and work in the evenings – helping them to feel SAFE?

TWO EASY STEPS: 

  1. Fill out the form below and submit it. Make sure to complete all the fields so that your honoree can be notified of your generous gift in their name.

  2. Click on this PayPal link and purchase as many lamps as you like in $20 increments. (One lamp is $20; 5 lamps is $100; etc.)

    When your form and payment are received we will send your honoree a personalized message of thanks from Tamara.

    Your donated lamps will be personally delivered to communities in Haiti, Rwanda, South Sudan and Uganda in 2019! Watch for updates and photos on the Be Brilliant page.

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Your Name *
Your Name
Your Full Name (or you can say Anonymous)
Please include here the number of lamps you have purchased.

 

REMEMBER TO PAY: https://www.paypal.me/TamaraMBanks

Thank you for supporting BE BRILLIANT!

We wish you every blessing of the season.


Questions? Please email tamarataz@msn.com.