By Rachel Peck, Volunteer Julie Greene, a special education teacher who traveled with students to Haiti on a Pure Water for the World (PWW) volunteer trip last year, has helped develop a curriculum designed to teach students concepts surrounding many international issues, such as water accessibility. In addition to last year’s trip, Greene has traveled Continue reading
As we continue to reflect on 2016, here are a few blogs that were our favorites and yours! We certainly had some exciting events in 2016 which we enjoyed sharing as well as the experiences of others such as our PWW travelers. We look forward to 2017, and the experiences it holds, as we continue Continue reading
In looking back at 2016, we were fortunate to have some lovely photos taken by volunteers, board members and PWW travelers. The PWW staff also took some great photos. Here are some of our favorites that were taken over this past year.
Honor your loved ones this holiday season with meaningful gifts that provide health, hope and opportunity to underserved children and their families. Thank you for giving the life-changing gift of safe drinking water this holiday season!
By Rachel Peck, Intern “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.” – Article 1, The Universal Declaration of Human Rights December 10, 1948 in Paris the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed The Continue reading
Meet Bill Donberg, a committed PWW supporter. Bill is offering a $10,000 #GivingTuesday Matching Challenge Grant, doubling all donations made to PWW! Accepting donations early…*CLICK HERE* TO DONATE NOW! Bill has extended his matching grant to include ALL donations made TODAY and TOMORROW, #GivingTuesday. To secure the full $10,000 match, please make your donation and then share this unique Continue reading
By: Rachel Peck, PWW Intern Stop for a minute. Think over your day up until this moment. How many times have you used the toilet. Three times? Five times? Often one of the first things we do in the morning and the last thing we do before going to bed, using the toilet is an Continue reading
November 14, 2016 The Tribe, a collective of touring and session musicians and singers who perform concerts for various causes throughout Los Angeles, California, held a benefit concert on October 23, 2016 to raise money for children and families in Haiti who were impacted by the devastation caused by Hurricane Matthew earlier in the month. Pure Continue reading
Jose Antonio Mejia, known as Toño to his neighbors in the community of El Boqueron, is a quiet and serious man. A 39-year old, hardworking father, Toño made the ultimate sacrifice this year…he gave up his job, the only money available to care for his family, so his children can have safe water. We have Continue reading
By Rachel Peck, PWW Intern Five years ago, the United Nations designated today, October 11th to be the International Day of the Girl Child in an effort to highlight many of these issues facing young women all over the world. It is a day to empower young women and to celebrate what makes them unique. Continue reading