Our family truly believes that water is life! Starting December 1st, we will walk one mile for every donation we receive to help build this life-giving well in South Sudan. Make us walk miles so our friends in Sudan won’t have to! Thank you for helping us bring clean water to those who need it. Much love, the Arndt Family
We are two aspiring teenagers hoping to better the world with small steps. We watched a documentary about the water crisis around the world and were shocked by the vast lack of access to clean water. Ever since we were determined to contribute to the crisis.
Our 4th grade class will be helping to encourage our entire school to participate in helping more people have access to clean water. We are excited for all that we will learn!
As the HUMAN-Environmental-Animal-Team, we look to find as many ways as possible to help the world and all of its participants. When we first heard about H2O for life, it seemed like a daunting task to try and raise any money at all, let alone money for new bathrooms, water supply, wells etc. But once we read into fundraising ideas and how much this really does help, we had to get our hands into it. H2O for life in our opinions is H.E.A.T. so we HAVE to help out.
6th, 7th and 8th Grade AVID students from Robert T Hill want to participate because we believe in your cause. We want to give back to help others in need. "It is sad to realize how we don't know much about all the problems around the world, mainly because we haven't experience it first hand. To change problems like water scarcity, I want to start by making a change myself. I will try to work as hard as possible to help this noble cause." Saray 8th Grade AVID RTH student
We are a public high school for students with special needs. We learned about the world's water crisis this year. We wanted to help students from another country gain access to clean water.
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 of an integrated, cross-curricular unit of study, our students wish to raise awareness, in our community, about the water crisis and specifically to help a school in South Sudan where the book they are reading takes place.