Make your bulb choice count! Choose an ENERGY STAR certified LED bulb and organizations across the country will support local community service projects.
On October 23 and 24, Sears is partnering with a national nonprofit that has been working for more than 40 years to transform the lives of low-income homeowners by improving the safety and health of their homes and revitalizing communities. They will bring together Sears volunteers for a two-day rebuild to give the Hollygrove-Dixon neighborhood of New Orleans critical repairs. Volunteers will provide transformative home repairs, energy efficiency updates, and install new and much needed appliances to three neighborhood homes. Volunteers will also expand their reach to the surrounding neighborhood providing necessary lighting upgrades for additional homeowners during the days of service. Special thanks goes to those companies who have donated product and/or funding to support this project: Kenmore, LG, Sears Home Services, Sears Supply Chain, Philips, CREE, GE Lighting, Blackhawk Engagement Solutions, and Enervee. Learn more here.
Every time you purchase a featured ENERGY STAR certified LED bulb on Amazon.com during the month of October, MaxLite will donate 10 percent of sales directly to a home building organization for families in need, which builds homes and hope in partnership with low-income families.
A four-time ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year, MaxLite is committed to educating and encouraging consumers to switch to energy-efficient lighting, and proudly furthers that mission while servicing the community through its partnership with this nonprofit. MaxLite has pledged a four-year, $1 million commitment to provide energy-efficient lighting products to this home building organization. Since 2013, our ENERGY STAR certified LED and CFL lamps and luminaires have brightened the lives of thousands of families in need. Learn how you can buy an ENERGY STAR certified LED at www.amazon.com/maxlite-products.
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