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H2O For Life

H2O for Life offers a service-learning opportunity designed to engage, educate, and inspire youth to help fight the global water crisis.

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Featured Update

Sometimes we feature updates about H2O for Life projects. We also like to showcase students and teachers who are engaging, educating, and inspiring youth to become global citizens.
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Lwala Girls Primary School
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$3,850 pledged

Selected Update

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May 24

Westridge Water Warriors Fair

Thank you for coming to our Middle School Water Warriors Fair this weekend! We raised $12,000 to go towards building clean water wells at schools in Uganda! Many thanks to all our volunteers for helping make the fair so awesome. See the video recap here

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has."
- Margaret Mead


Fundraising Ideas

From a school-wide walk for water to a classroom penny war, here are ten simple ideas to kickstart your H2O for Life project.
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Whether you’re an elementary, middle, or secondary school teacher, we have lesson plans for you.
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Projects in Need

H2O for Life has many projects available all around the world, but here are 3 projects that are most in need right now. View all.
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Mugumo Primary School

Kenya 297 beneficiaries

Mugumo Primary School is located in Daiga, Laikipia East District of Kenya. The school is approximately 10km from the nearest town, Nanyuki. Mugumo. Mugumo has a population of 297 students (145 boys & 152 girls) and 8 teachers (3 male and 5 female).

$6,350 needed (68%)
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Lwabyata Secondary School

Uganda

Lwabyata Secondary School is located in the dry cattle corridor of Nakasongola in Central Uganda.

$7,025 needed (82%)
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Centro Educativo del Nivel Basico COPA Bombita

Dominican Republic 532 beneficiaries

The Centro Educativo del Nivel Basico COPA Bombita is a primary school located in the batey (impoverished sugarcane plantation town - see more info below under “batey”) of Bombita in the southwestern Dominican Republic, near the provincial capital of Barahona. This small school was founded in 1996 by the UK/Florida based organization, COPA (Community Partners Association). Although Bombita provides an excellent source of education, they do not have the means to provide healthy, potable water for their students to drink.

$9,700 needed (88%)