International Day of the Girl with SolarBuddy

“Thank you for your incredible support. 1,500 lives illuminated and over 2 million extra study hours created. What a wonderful way to celebrate International Day of the Girl!”

This message from SolarBuddy’s Joanna Cantwell followed another hyperscale light build at Melbourne’s Copperfield College, with over 250 Year 7 students building solar lights for children living in energy poverty as part of the ‘International Day of the Girl’ #BrighterFutureForGirls celebrations.

Students heard from AirTrunk’s Head of ICT Operations, Neha Moulston before AirTrunker representatives helped students build SolarBuddy lights to be gifted to children in need around the world.

Read more on AirTrunk’s community impact here.