What do you do with an idea?
Change the world.
RELAMP is a dream realized after many years of searching for that elusive light bulb idea. We are incredibly grateful for this opportunity and want our company to be a force for good.
Our 10% donation of net proceeds for every light bulb sold to non-profits with big ideas is one piece of goodness we're particularly proud of.
Every 3 months, we support one charity that is a light in those in their care —meaning they have a new approach or stand out in solving a common issue. In addition to funds, we elevate their work within our community.
We started by choosing charities that are meaningful to us, such as finding a cure for breast cancer and helping single moms emerge from poverty. Now, we want to support the causes that are close to you. Share yours on Facebook when we ask.
We sincerely thank you for joining our mission to Change A Light Bulb Change The World.
The Cancer Couch Foundation is on a mission to accelerate, and substantially improve treatment and outcomes for those currently living with metastatic breast cancer. They carefully select the most promising, cutting-edge scientists in the field, at the world’s leading cancer centers, with the goal of finding a cure in our lifetime.
This section includes charities we have featured in the past.
Jeremiah Program offers one of the nation’s most successful strategies for transforming families from poverty to prosperity two generations at a time. Jeremiah prepares determined single mothers to excel in the workforce, readies their children to succeed in school through a holistic and proven approach.
Childhelp Speak Up Be Safe helps children and teens learn the skills to prevent or interrupt cycles of neglect, bullying, and child abuse.
The program uses an ecological approach to prevention education by providing materials to engage parents and caregivers, teachers, school administrators, and community stakeholders. It is research-based, evidence informed and developmentally appropriate curriculum for Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade.
In addition to increasing children’s ability to recognize unsafe situations or abusive behaviors and building resistance skills, lessons focus on helping children build a responsive safety network with peers and adults that the child identifies as safe.