2019 was another successful year for the Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy Eagles H2O for Life project. The students have contributed $4,188.63. That’s over $1,000.00 more than their original fundraising goal!
The group’s most attended learning event was the H2O for Life Overnight, in which students simulated a day of activities to experience the water crisis. Students had an action-packed day, as they embarked on a Walk for Water at the local Loveland Trail, each carrying a jug/bucket of water as a way to experience what women and children in many parts of the world had to go through to get water.
Another recent event was the school’s Rummage Sale, led by Eagles H2O for Life. The student leaders were responsible for all the planning, advertising, and execution of the project. It became a huge success, as the local community supported this event through donation of goods and volunteering hours.
Overall, this year was a tremendous success, as Eagles H2O for Life was able to spread more awareness for the water crisis while also surpassing their initial amount to help support Neighbor’s Academy in Kenya!
Over the last four years the Eagles have raised over $10,000 for safe water and sanitation projects at schools in East Africa.