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Global IMPACTOR Student Showcase: Pure Water for the World

Amanda Breheny teaches Spanish at Queensbury Middle School. While the pandemic certainly created challenges to teaching, Amanda didn’t let those challenges slow down her creativity. Amanda jumped into a program teaching her students how to be good digital global citizens and invited Pure Water for the World to be part of this unique opportunity! “Queensbury Continue reading


Matt Korn Named Executive Director of Pure Water for the World

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Matt Korn Named Executive Director of Pure Water for the World Rutland, VT – September 27, 2021. Pure Water for the World, Inc. (PWW) Board of Directors has selected Matt Korn as the organization’s Executive Director, following a nationwide search. Established as a 501(c)(3) in 1999, PWW is a Rutland-based nonprofit organization Continue reading


Featured Business Supporter: Sun & Sea Jewelry

Written by Ella Bandelin, High School Senior/Co-Owner of Sun & Sea Jewelry Sun & Sea Jewelry became a partner with Pure Water for The World after searching for an organization dedicated to providing clean water access to everyone. Growing up I loved and still love collecting different unique sea glass pieces from the ocean. I Continue reading


Water, Sanitation and Hygiene: a Humanitarian Response to Migrants

Honduras has been characterized as a migratory passage country for people traveling from different countries within Central America, and, to a lesser extent, for people traveling from the Caribbean and Africa. In November 2020, as a result of the socioeconomic impacts of COVID19 worldwide and after the change in immigration policy in the United States, Continue reading


Another Strong Earthquake Shakes Haiti

Our hearts are heavy with the most recent and deadly tragedy that has struck Haiti. A 7.2 magnitude earthquake (stronger than the 7.0 that caused widespread destruction and left over 250,000 dead in 2010) struck Haiti on Saturday causing appreciable damage and loss of life in the southern region, along the Tiburon peninsula. Providing emergency Continue reading