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Paltino Project Complete

Posted by Steve Hall on June 10

Staffed by 5 volunteer teachers, Paltino Primary School in Uganda, had no source of water. The children were required to bring their own water from home or collect whatever water they could find on their way to school each morning. Many of the students had to leave home much earlier in the morning than they […]

Katie Spotz to attempt world record to support global water projects

Posted by Anna Ross on June 9

Endurance athlete, charitable ambassador, record holder, author, and all around superhuman, Katie Spotz, has already accomplished more than a few amazing feats. She has already single-handedly raised nearly three hundred thousand dollars for the clean water crisis through her adventures and athletic accomplishments, from her solo row across the Atlantic to running nonstop across the […]

6th grade students raise awareness at assembly for 5th-8th grade

Posted by Steve Hall on June 7

Students educating their peers! Bank Street School for Children in New York shared this update: “We are a private, progressive school in NYC serving children ages 3-14. In the 6th grade, our students study water contamination in Science class, Human Rights in Social Studies, and read “A Long Walk to Water” in English. As part […]

Hats 4 Water

Posted by Steve Hall on June 2

St. Louis, MO students hold successful Hats 4 Water fundraiser! Here’s their story: “Forsyth School recently held our fundraiser to support Gimomoi Primary School in Kenya. I am pleased to report that we doubled our original goal and raised $2,000!  And we are not finished! We have a generous parent offering to make a donation […]

Ematiha School project complete

Posted by Steve Hall on May 6

Ematiha Secondary School in Kenya now has access to a new source of safe, clean water thanks to the completion of their rain tank, which has the ability to collect 50,000 liters of water. We installed new latrines for students, handwashing stations, and we trained students and staff on improved sanitation and hygiene practices. All […]

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