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Lakeland Copper Beech Middle School
As part of our curriculum, we have been reading Linda Sue Park's novel A Long Walk to Water, and were moved to help others overcome the scarcity of water that poses such daunting challenges to our counterparts in Sudan.
Leonie and Simon from PS 154, the...
Inspired by all the kids learned from Mr. Buckley at PS 154 during the year, they had a summertime lemonade stand to raise funds for this project.
We are 6th graders from MS447 and are raising money after learning more about this organization through our water stewardship program at school. Thank you for helping!
MS 447 Exploration
For their water stewardship action project, Korey, Melvyn and Muhanad held a lemonade/bake sale to raise money for H2O for Life.
Ms 447 Sixth Grade Green
For my final Exploration project we learned about being a water steward and so choose to fund raise for this cause as my project.
PS 101 would like to help and learn about other communities. The project will expand the knowledge and awareness of our own students through lessons on the Global Water Crisis (related to environment/science), empathy, appreciation and gratitude for what they have (social emotional learning), and Respect for All -- communicating and helping others who are not as fortunate as we are. Overall this fosters a sense of responsibility, awareness, and a different perspective on life. Aside from that it will also increase student awareness of other cultures in the world (being a global citizen).
We are artists and activists devoted to changing the world, one potholder at a time. This is our FOURTEENTH year weaving potholders in support of water rights. All of our materials are donated, so every penny we make goes directly to H2O for Life. The potholders are 100% cotton, made from loops from Harrisville Designs, a mill in New Hampshire. Therefore, they are entirely made in the USA! We sell two sizes: 6x6" for $8 each and 8.5x8.5” for $12. This is Ella's fourteenth year weaving potholders and Mabel's ninth! Last summer we raised $2,935.65 for water projects for families of the Navajo Nation of New Mexico and families in Appalachia. This year we are partnering again with DigDeep for the Navajo Water Project to provide clean, hot and cold running water to homes that don't have access to water or sewer lines in Utah, New Mexico, and Arizona. Thank you for considering a donation. Potholders make great gifts. Custom orders are always welcome! Thank you for your kindness and support. Your global citizens, Ella (19) & Mabel (13) Instagram: Sisters4Water Website: sisters4water.com Email:email@example.com