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Sisters4Water join #MilesforWaterChallenge

Posted by Steve Hall on March 7

Sisters4Water completed the #MilesforWaterChallenge! – Story submitted by Sisters4Water The #MilesforWaterChallenge was started by @h2oforlife, our sister organization and a nonprofit offering service-learning opportunities designed to engage, educate, and inspire youth to take action to solve the global water crisis. Nearly 1 billion people in the developing world walk on average 3.5 miles a day to get water […]

CA students hold first fundraiser

Posted by Steve Hall on March 2

Students at Redlands eAcademy Middle School in California are learning about the global water crisis and raising funds to make a difference! You can support their efforts here Check out their video to see how much money was raised for a school in South Sudan. The Winner of the 2022 Penny War is…

Muhaya School WASH intervention

Posted by Steve Hall on March 1

Muhaya Secondary School in Kenya now has access to a new safe, clean water source thanks to the completion of their rain tank! Our implementing partner, The Water Project, installed new latrines and handwashing stations for students, and trained the school on improved sanitation and hygiene practices, including COVID-19 prevention. These components will unlock the […]

Gimomoi Rainwater Tank Complete

Posted by Steve Hall on February 18

Gimomoi Primary School in Kenya now has access to a new source of safe, clean water thanks to the completion of their rain tank! Here’s a summary of the completion report from our implementing partner, The Water Project: We also installed new latrines and handwashing stations for students, and we trained the school on improved […]

Penny Wars a Hit!

Posted by Steve Hall on February 17

Students on Team 603 at Centennial Middle School in MN decided they couldn’t wait for the H2O for Life School fundraiser planned this spring. Students found a project that needed $625 and thought that was an attainable goal. The one fundraiser, besides online donations, was a Penny War. Kids brought in over 100 pounds of […]

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