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Pro Bono Lawyer for Private Placement Memorandum Review

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ORGANIZATION: SOLAR VILLAGE PROJECT INC

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Position Overview: We are seeking a dedicated and experienced lawyer to volunteer their time and expertise to review our Private Placement Memorandum (PPM). This document is crucial for our fundraising efforts as we aim to expand our microfund and scale up our operations significantly.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Review and provide detailed feedback on our Private Placement Memorandum
  • Ensure the PPM complies with all relevant legal and regulatory requirements
  • Suggest any necessary revisions to improve clarity and compliance
  • Work closely with our team to finalize the document

Qualifications:

  • Licensed attorney with experience in securities law, corporate law, or a related field

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About SOLAR VILLAGE PROJECT INC

Location:

4406 OLANDO LN, BOWIE, MD 20715, US

Mission Statement

Founded in 2014, SVP is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization dedicated to ending energy poverty and reversing the negative impacts of climate change in the developing world. Our mission is to provide clean, renewable and reliable energy for all people, beginning with those who can least afford it. We provide: Solar lights and lanterns that are affordable -- even for the most impoverished families and individuals in rural villages; Solar power systems that provide long-term reliable energy onsite, thereby limiting negative impacts from natural disasters and an unstable grid.

Description

Solar Village Project, Inc. ("SVP") is an IRS-designated 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to eliminate energy poverty for some of the most impoverished communities in the developing world.

Today, over one billion people around the world live without any, or reliable, access to the electric grid. Entire homes - families including men, women, and children - are forced to use kerosene, other oil-based products, or candles for their lighting requirements at night. These lighting sources pose direct health and safety risks from long-term exposure to toxic fumes and the potential to start home fires. Collectively, they also impose a significant cost to the environment, contributing to global warming, through the release of both carbon dioxide and black carbon similar to the burning of any other fossil fuels.

Our goal is to replace these undesirable lighting sources with a simple, economically and environmentally-friendly solution in the form of portable solar home lighting systems. In addition to the health, safety, and environment benefits, improving access to lighting in these communities helps to alleviate poverty by providing additional resources for businesses to operate at night and children to read and further their education.

CAUSE AREAS

Advocacy & Human Rights
International
Justice & Legal
Advocacy & Human Rights, International, Justice & Legal

WHEN

Mon Jul 08, 2024 - Sun Aug 18, 2024
08:00 AM - 08:00 AM

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Legal (General)
  • Tax Law

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Licensed attorney with experience in securities law, corporate law, or a related field.

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