SUNATION grants a wish for Manorville boy


Scott Maskin, of SUNation, partnered with the Marty Lyons Foundation to use solar to help fund wishes.

Bentley, of Manorville, is battling bone cancer. At 11-years-old, Bentley got injured playing football. That is when they found the bone cancer. When Bentley’s story reached and touched so many communities on Long Island, SUNation was excited to make the introduction to the Marty Lyons Foundation. 

The Marty Lyons Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to granting wishes to seriously ill children, partnered with SUNation to help fund more wishes.

For every SUNation install, the company has pledged a $500 donation to the foundation.  

“Sitting on the board of the Marty Lyons Foundation has really opened my eyes to what a big impact a small amount of effort can make on a child and their family during a hardship,” said SUNation co-founder Scott Maskin. “If I can help bring more awareness to the foundation and put smiles on kids’ faces with solar, I will.”

Last month, Bentley’s application for a wish was approved.  

The mission of the Marty Lyons Foundation is to fulfill the wishes of children ages 3 to 17 who have been diagnosed as having terminal or life-threatening illnesses.

“We are unique in that we will grant a second wish to a deserving child,” he added.

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