Meet some of the families that we have helped:
Family #1: Mojibur Rahman
The Mojibur Rahman family was the first family to receive a home solar kit. We are currently working with them to make sure that the panels meet their needs and are functioning properly.
Family #2: Hamida
The Hamida family is the second family in Bangladesh to use Rays4Hope to acquire electricity. Previously, the family had no electricity due to their rural location, but with Rays4Hope's help, they are able to light up their home with and allow their children to study at night.
Family #3: Dulal
The Dulal family, living in Joypur Villiage, has also collaborated with Rays4Hope and has received a solar home kit that provides electricity for small appliances and lighting for the home.
Family #4: Uddin
The Uddin family is newly generated electricity for security, studies, and cooking. They are seeking the funds to implement a secondary solar unit to power home appliances and further light. Click here to learn more.
Family #5: Sowkat Ali
Here at Rays4Hope, we see the value in everyone. We want to be a catalyst for positive change, and since our beginnings in 2000, we’ve been driven by the same ideas we initially founded our Non-Profit Organization upon: support, empowerment, and progress. Learn more about our mission, our vision, and how we go about making the changes we want to see.
Family #6: Ashraf Ali
Previously, The Ashraf Ali family had no access to electricity, preventing their two children from studying past sundown With the newly installed solar panels and battery from RaysForHope, the family gets an additional 5-6 hours of light, allowing for a better education for their children.
Family #7: Abdul Hy
RaysForHope's support of the MD. Abdul HY family has allowed them to save about 10% of their income that would otherwise have been used to buy cost-ineffective solutions to combat the absence of electricity. The solar panels have allowed the children to further their education and provided the family with electricity for appliances such as fans.