GoodBulb gives $2,500 to Convoy of Hope COVID-19 Relief

GoodBulb founder Tom Enright's son Chase holds up a large check reading $2,500 for Convoy of Hope. A sign in the background reads "Be Good."

Our team at GoodBulb is excited to announce a #BeGood update: thanks to your purchases of green and blue lightbulbs, we were able to give $2,500 to Convoy of Hope in their efforts to bring millions of meals to families hit hardest by COVID-19.

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a time of frustration, anxiety, and grief for the world; yet in the midst of darkness, it has been incredible to see how the world joins together to spread a little light.

We’ve seen this in a literal sense as folks across the country use green lightbulbs to honor victims of COVID-19 and blue lightbulbs to show support for healthcare workers.

#Green4Covid
#LightItBlue

Our mission at GoodBulb is to offer good savings, support good causes, and provide good education. At the root our mission is the mantra Be Good; the idea that we each have the power to make a positive impact in the world. This is the reason why we choose to give back, to support our local community, to provide solar lights to families who live without electricity, and, today, to support COVID-19 relief efforts as we get through this pandemic together.

It is a privilege today to gift this check for $2,500 to Convoy of Hope. We have followed them in their efforts to bring 10 Million Meals to families hit hardest by COVID-19, and recently they surpassed that goal! They continue to bring meals and resources where they are most needed. It’s a privilege to be part of that, and it’s all thanks to you!

Thanks to all of you who are purchasing our green and blue lightbulbs to show your support to those fighting COVID-19. By shopping with GoodBulb, you are making a difference with each purchase — bringing light and new life to families around the world. Thank you for joining the movement to #BeGood.

Learn more about our #BeGood mission here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WJdbMDJKj0

GoodBulb in Uganda
GoodBulb founder Tom Enright delivering solar lanterns to schools in Uganda