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WA School COVERED in Hearts

Posted by Steve Hall on March 11

During the month of February, students at Rogers High School in Spokane, WA held their first fundraiser that involved covering their classrooms with hearts. Here is their update: “For our first fundraiser we played a prank on our staff at our school, by allowing for people to give people “Heart Attacks” for the month of […]

Thank you for bringing water to ⁠Wampewo

Posted by Steve Hall on March 9

Thank you Henderson Hammock Charter School, FL for bringing safe water to ⁠Wampewo Primary School, Wampewo, Uganda Project Details: Beginning with the replacement of the well’s entire in-ground and above-ground structure using high-quality steel and rubber, Ugandan Water Project (our implementing partner) performed a full rehabilitation of the borehole well to restore it to working order […]

H2O for Life Volunteers Summit Kilimanjaro

Posted by Nick Coughlin on February 26

H2O for Life had 7 climbers summit Africa’s tallest mountain – Mt. Kilimanjaro! To participate in the Charity Climb each individual raised a minimum of $5,000. Any additional funds raised support the work of H2O for Life. Climbers: Terri Williams, Anne Silcher, Patrick Rivard, Patty Hall, Kathleen Hartzell, Linda Valeri, Kate Booth MAKE A DONATION […]

New well drilled in South Sudan

Posted by Steve Hall on February 25

We are pleased to report that our implementing partner, Water for South Sudan, has drilled the well that you sponsored. They have now drilled over 400 wells since 2005 and are deeply grateful for the support of donors like you! WFSS will continue to provide access to clean water and hygiene education, led by their […]

Ugandan well successfully drilled!

Posted by Steve Hall on February 13

Lobule Primary School is located in the Koboko District of Uganda. This area has a high population of refugees, both South Sudanese and Congolese. Before this intervention, these students had to walk 1.6 km multiple times per day to fetch water. Wasting time fetching water leads to missed time in the classroom. A new borehole […]

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