These organizations and companies are making the world a better place by providing solar powered lights to replace the kerosene lanterns that produce toxic fumes and are a fire hazard, and bringing solar lighting and solar cell phone chargers to areas devastated by natural disasters.
Unite to Light - http://www.unitetolight.org
The first thing villagers asked for when they were contacted after the quake, was to help them "rebuild our school, supply us with tin to rebuild homes and bring solar lights." 
We are all #ConnectedByTheSun
The Lumina Project - light.lbl.gov
The Lumina Project is an initiative of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, providing industry, consumers, and policymakers with timely analysis and information on off-grid lighting solutions for the developing world. Activities combine laboratory and field-based investigations to help ensure the uptake of products and policies that maximize consumer acceptance and market impact. 
Lighting Global - http://www.lightingglobal.org
Lighting Global is the World Bank Group’s platform supporting sustainable growth of the international off-grid lighting market as a means of increasing energy access to people not connected to grid electricity.
Philips Lighting Foundation