The All-Lights Villages Project found large and small supporters at the Global Peace Convention 2012.
In the house the hearth draws the family together. Likewise, the All-Lights Village Project draws together families, villages, and the greater Asian region together around solar powered lamps. One light has transformed the life families, villages, and the Korean donors. It has improved health by replacing traditional kerosene lighted lamps with clean solar powered lamps. It has made the street safe at night, increased productivity and supported education.
On November 29, All-Lights found large and small supporters at the Global Peace Convention 2012. Co-Chair of the Global Peace Convention and Georgia State Senator Emanuel Jones donated enough to light one more village, connecting the United States the Alllights Village project.
Support for Alllights came in all sizes. This year, Masayoshi Taura and his friends raised enough money for two lights at his five year old birthday. He said he wanted to bring “lights for his friends.”