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One school in Pennsylvania has raised nearly $60,000 for WASH projects

Posted by Mitchell LeGrand on August 7

July may be over, but H2O for Life still has a few schools that we want to recognize for having participated in service-learning and fundraising projects with us for 10 years or more.


Today, we would like to highlight one of our longest participating schools, Abington Senior High School in Pennsylvania, where students have been participating in our program for 11 years!


Students at Abington have raised over $57,000 for partner schools in 10 different countries. Abington has some amazing accomplishments to show from working with H2O for Life. Students have presented at conferences on behalf of H2O for Life, and have also hosted their very own water confe
rences for students in the Philadelphia area. One student, Emily Crossette, shared the stage with Hillary Clinton at a World Water Day event in Washington DC. The students at Abington are making big waves when it comes to fighting the global water crisis!


Since 2007 Abington Senior High School has supported:

  • 19 different WASH projects
  • In 10 different countries around the world
  • Implemented by 11 of our NGO partners

 

Thank you, Abington Senior High, for 11 years of innovative ideas and dedication to fighting the global water crisis! Your dedication to helping students around the world gain access to clean water, sanitation, and hygiene resources is inspiring!

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