Maclay School wants to Help! We want to make a difference in the lives of others and by making it possible for children to go to school and not have to worry about water concerns seems to be a good way to help. We hope that through our efforts we can help provide a better educational environment for the students of Magungu Primary so they might have the opportunity to take full advantage of the learning process taking place at their school.
Oasis Middle School wishes to fund raise for H2O for Life projects because we understand that some groups do not have the same opportunities and comfortable lifestyle as we do in the United States. Funding for this will change many lives in Africa and will inspire others to do the same.
Pine Ridge is a comprehensive high school in Deltona located on an eighty-seven acre campus, serving approximately 1,700 students. An extensive program of studies & extracurricular offerings are available to challenge and motivate all students.
Our club's basis is to raise awarness about water conservation and to provide clean water for those who need it. This project seemed to fit our goals perfectly.
Whole child approach Students at Plato Academy are taught with a Whole Child Approach. They aren’t only molded to think in the classroom but they are also guided in developing in all areas of life. There is guidance towards acquiring skills in art, music, sports, and a sense of community with others. We strive to help each child become a well-rounded person. We want to help other students and learn about global community.
We are an environmental club called Verde at Ransom Everglades High School in Miami. Our goal is to help the environment by participating in cleanups, growing grades, and donating to organizations that can help the environment and people around the world. Our goal is to raise $600 for H2O for life.
@GDPantry helps hundreds of St. Pete High students and families when life gets in the way. We will use this project to teach about marketing and profitability of bottled water, along with the waste it creates.
Our group of Vanguard High School students wants to participate because we are passionate about this cause. We realize the importance and vitality of a water well within certain communities. We are genuinely amazed at the fact that this investment can sustain an entire group of people for generations and generations to come. We love helping others in any way possible and we are constantly addressing global issues. We feel as human beings it is our duty to give support to our brothers and sisters world wide. We plan to have a movie night and include other activities like karaoke and WII videogames. There will be food served and music playing. The admission will cost $7 per person and tickets will be sold to all high school grades in schools all throughout Ocala, FL. We are extremely excited to conduct this project and make a difference that we can be proud of.
We are excited to embark on our 3th clean water service project at Varsity. Since 2018, Varsity students have raised $14, 026 and helped bring clean water to 1,912 students at 4 schools. •Varsity students will team up to participate in the Walk -4- Water on May 29th. •Students will walk the school track while carrying water gallons in support of those who need clean water. •Our goal is to raise awareness and funds to provide clean water to the Nang’anda Primary School in Kenya. •Students will make personal fundraising goals and record donations collected on their pledge forms. This project inspires and empowers our students to bring about tangible change both locally and globally. We will walk for water ONE day so that kids at Nang’anda never have to again. Thank you for donating! -Mrs. Cabrera & Ms. Reyes
We are the Interact Club at Samuel Wolfson School for Advanced Studies. We are interested in partnering with this project as a way to become more engaged in global issues while focusing our efforts as a club on meeting direct needs of a specific group of people with real outcomes. We are looking to give back and help promote global literacy and promote health systems world wide.