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Evan is in 6th grade at Oltman Middle School in Minnesota. After learning about the global water crisis from his teacher, Dawn Sicard, then reading the book “A Long Walk to Water,” Evan reached out to H2O for Life to see what more he could do to help.
We sat down with Evan and his dad, Jalon, to talk about why he wanted to help bring water to schools around the world that will benefit kids he’ll never meet.
“A lot more people can go to school, and if they need water they can get it from there instead of walking all day just to get something that could make you sick and die.”
Kudos to Evan and his father for putting in extra time and effort to make the world a better place!
If you want to help bring H2O for Life to a classroom near you, contact Danielle today.
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