You are the generation that can change the world!

SolarBuddy is dedicated to educating and empowering future leaders skilled in sustainable technologies and versed in equity issues. Encouraging student collaboration, inter-culture understanding, creative and critical thinking, our program inspires students to consider how innovative design solutions can transform lives. Designed by education experts our program is aligned to ACARA and mapped to the SDGs.

We offer

Engaging age appropriate lesson plans
Access to innovative online resources
Creative and inspiring content
Unassembled solar light kit and tools
Letter template and instructions

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Start your SolarBuddy journey!

As a registered Australian charity your contribution is tax deductible.

1

Fundraise

  • Fundraise the cost of lights per participating student. Download our Education Fundraising Guide for handy tip and tricks to help you get started.
2

Order & Payment

  • Place your order online, available for SolarBuddy branded lights only, or download our Education Order Form. Orders must be made 4 weeks ahead of your scheduled event, allowing 6 weeks for branded lights. If you’d like to order branded lights please download our order form and submit it through our online enquiry portal.
3

Delivery

  • Once payment has been received the lights will be dispatched from our warehouse and you’ll receive an email confirmation with your tracking number and expected delivery date.
4

Collection

  • Once you’ve completed your program fill out a Request Collection Form. Pack your lights ready for collection and we’ll arrange a courier to pick them up.
5

Light Distribution

  • All lights will undergo a quality control check before being distributed. You can look forward to receiving photos of your buddy receiving the gifted lights and letters.
"Being a Headteacher is the best job in the world made even more wonderful when you can involve your students in initiatives such as these where they learn about how to be a global citizen and help others less fortunate than themselves."
— Caroline Ratcliffe, Head teacher at St. Andrews International School–Dusit Campus, Bangkok