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The Duronic Foundation

Supporting Global Communities Together

The Duronic Foundation is a non-profitable charity organisation created by the founders of Duronic in 2015. This charity has been built to help those who need it most around the world and helping them achieve a brighter future, better lifestyle and standard of living.

Since its launch, The Duronic Foundation has helped communities and individuals in over 5 different countries – donating solar powered products to communities without access to electricity in Tanzania, helping to fund and provide refugee shelters in the UK and France with necessities and essential items and providing much needed medically approved prescription glasses to individuals living in poverty-stricken villages around Bangladesh.

The Duronic Foundation will be involved in many more projects in the future and public contribution and aid is always invited and encouraged. If you are interested in finding out how you could help those in need through The Duronic Foundation, then please contact us at info@theduronicfoundation.org with your enquiry.

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Nepal - Earthquake 2015

 
Nepal - Earthquake 2015

Duronic worked with local NHS doctors to supply our RL123 wind-up pop up lantern to help with the aftermath of the 2015 earthquake which made 3.5 million people homeless.

 
Nepal - Earthquake 2015

Duronic worked with local NHS doctors to supply our RL123 wind-up pop up lantern to help with the aftermath of the 2015 earthquake which made 3.5 million people homeless.

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France Calais - Refugee camp 2016

 
France Calais - Refugee camp 2016

Duronic worked with a local French charity to help distribute the Duronic Hurricane lantern to refugees in the camp who have no means of light in the night when it is dark.

 
France Calais - Refugee camp 2016

Duronic worked with a local French charity to help distribute the Duronic Hurricane lantern to refugees in the camp who have no means of light in the night when it is dark.

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Tanzania - Light up the way home 2016

 
Tanzania - Light up the way home 2016

Duronic visited a village called Monduli green and it's surrounding cities in rural Tanzania; where we distributed 1000 solar powered windup keyring torches as well as scholar furniture to 1000 pupils at different schools to help them walk home with a renewable light source.

 
Tanzania - Light up the way home 2016

Duronic visited a village called Monduli green and it's surrounding cities in rural Tanzania; where we distributed 1000 solar powered windup keyring torches as well as scholar furniture to 1000 pupils at different schools to help them walk home with a renewable light source.

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Tanzania - Light up the way home 2016

 
Tanzania - Light up the way home 2016

Duronic visited a village called Monduli green and it's surrounding cities in rural Tanzania; where we distributed 1000 solar powered windup keyring torches as well as scholar furniture to 1000 pupils at different schools to help them walk home with a renewable light source.

 
Tanzania - Light up the way home 2016

Duronic visited a village called Monduli green and it's surrounding cities in rural Tanzania; where we distributed 1000 solar powered windup keyring torches as well as scholar furniture to 1000 pupils at different schools to help them walk home with a renewable light source.

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