We are the Hillbrook Water Warriors! We fight for access to clean water. We hope to save our planet and impact people.
As a Catholic youth group we are encouraged to help people through God. We believe that this would be a great opportunity for us to realize how blessed we are and how we can help those who are less fortunate. We thought these different water projects are a great way to help these children in developing countries.
We are a public charter school located in Yucaipa, CA. Our school has a leadership focus and are starting grade level wide service learning projects throughout the entire school for the first time and are so excited to take a more global approach to our service!
We would like to participate for many reasons!! 1. a large % of our students are from Central America and would connect emotionally to the cause 2. we believe clean water is a basic right for all humans 3. our water crisis in California is also a hot topic so the timing is good for education reasons
We are a group of sophomores at La Habra High School. We are so excited to have the opportunity to raise money for the kids of El Rodeo! We are so thankful to have the chance to give the kids an experience that we take for granted every day :)
We are a group of nineteen sophomores at La Habra High School who want to make an impact in kids lives. We plan to have fundraisers and do what we can to ensure these kids clean water and the sanitation they need.
We are a group of students from the La Habra High School Heritage program who wish to create an impact for Nimo Central School. We are excited and grateful to have this opportunity to help other people and are willing to work hard to achieve our goal! We can't wait to work with H2O for life to make a difference in the lives of others.
We are so motivated by the work that is done by H2O for Life Club. Our chapter of this organization has been existent at Mira Costa High School since 2008. We address water issues in nations around the world. We raise money to develop water systems in cities that need them, especially in underdeveloped nations. By working with different schools in third world countries, we are providing these schools with a sanitary water system that benefits the entire community. The money not only goes toward building effective water sanitation and distribution systems, buts also helps raise awareness to neighboring about hygiene, sanitation, and maintenance. Last year we helped build a water system in Kenya. The Year before that, we worked with a school in New Delhi, India. This year we worked with a school in Malawi (another African nation). We hope to continue helping communities across the world with their water problems and end this year with another successful build.
I want to gather a group of friends and any friends of their friends to help raise money to change other children’s lives. I was studying about the water crisis in Africa and then learned about this organization and that I could make a difference. My mom and I decided to organize a walk on November 30th. The plan is to meet at 8am on The Strand at El Porto and walk from there to our house. We will have bagels at coffee waiting at the house. We are open to anyone who wants to walk with us and help raise money or anyone who just wants to make a donation. Our goal is to raise the $2600 that will set these kids up for success.
The 7th grade class just read A Long Walk To Water in our study of the global and local water problems. We are going to do a local water awareness campaign but the students were so moved by the book that we wanted to get involved even though it is late in the year. I hope we can still help out!