Solidarity Ambassadors

Would you like to become a Solidarity Ambassador and help spread the word about the social and environmental work of Fundación Luz Solidaria?

Join our digital volunteering programmel #solidarityambassador to help us multiply the social and environmental benefits promoted by Fundación Luz Solidaria.
With every click on your social networks, sharing and recommending our social and environmental work, you will be collaborating with all our social and environmental projects beneficiary entities.

For more information on how to become a Solidarity Ambassador, enter your details and we will contact you.

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We are a non-profit organisation that, in addition to fighting energy poverty, aims to help families and SMEs to reduce their electricity costs and eliminate the pollution associated with electricity consumption, promoting solidarity programmes for the benefit of society, raising awareness among families and small businesses of the economic, environmental and social benefits of sustainable and solidarity-based electricity consumption.

Nowadays, when many families and SMEs are struggling to pay their electricity bills, Fundacion Luz Solidaria helps them to calculate their cost reduction options free of charge, raising awareness of the environmental improvements produced by consuming 100% renewable and environmentally friendly electricity. In addition, by joining sustainable and solidarity consumption, families and SMEs promote the solidarity work that they themselves select from the more than 30 foundations and non-profit organisations with which we collaborate, to carry out solidarity actions linked to the protection of the environment, the protection of animals, fauna and flora, human rights, war conflicts, natural catastrophes, poverty, health, access to medicines and the environment, health, access to medicines, access to medical care, access to drinking water and food, access to decent housing, access to education, child protection, dependent groups, victims of domestic violence, victims of terrorism, racism, disadvantaged groups, people with disabilities, research, access to employment and occupational health and safety.