Water Blogged

Everyday Young Hero: Isabel Birkeland

Posted by Steve Hall on August 23

Story originally posted on the Youth Service America (YSA) website. See the original article here. Isabel Birkeland (17, White Bear Lake, MN) is a senior at Mahtomedi High School in MN. For the past two years she has been working as a champion for water and sanitation worldwide, and a champion for conservation and protection […]

New Latrines at Andrea Guevara School

Posted by Steve Hall on August 16

New latrines in Nicaragua sponsored by: Columbia Secondary School Green Team Girl Scout Brownie Troop 60200 Wilkes University

Rush City Walk for Water

Posted by Steve Hall on August 16

At the end of last year’s school year, Patty Hall was invited to Rush City to present to the entire middle and high school student body. The Environmental Class students were hosting events and actions to raise funds for a partner school in Uganda. They set an original goal of $500, but quickly realized they […]

The Haverford School Walk for Water

Posted by Steve Hall on August 16

In second grade, students begin a 10-week study of Africa. Cheered on by their Lower School classmates and teachers, friends, and parents, the boys walk three miles carrying gallons of water, simulating the hardship that many African children endure to access fresh water. Their pre-kindergarten “buddies” join them for a portion of the walk. The […]

Sisters4Water

Posted by Steve Hall on August 7

We are artists and activists devoted to changing the world, one potholder at a time. Inspired by Katie Spotz, it’s our eighth year making potholders for water and human rights causes. All our materials are donated, so 100% of the money we make goes directly to H2O for Life. The potholders are 100% cotton, from […]