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Water Soaked Boy
Monthly Newsletter: March 2019

The theme for this year’s World Water Day on March 22 is “Leaving No One Behind,” because, today, hundreds of millions of people are still living without safe water – in their households, schools and health care facilities. Marginalized groups – children, women, refugees, people with disabilities and many others – are often overlooked, and sometimes face stigma as they try to access and manage the safe water they desperately need.

We are proud to work with a wide variety of partners to help address the water crisis and below is a sampling of the efforts of some of our key partners this World Water Day. There are lots of ways for you to get involved. Yes you! So please get involved and take action. We can’t solve this crisis without you.

Clean Water Here: Social Media Campaign

clean_water_hereThe Clean Water Here Foundation, founded by Lani Dolifka, is working with UN Water and World Vision to promote access to safe drinking water by launching a global social-media campaign #CleanWaterHere2019 with a social voice of more than half a billion followers. This year’s supporters include Ryan Seacrest, Angela Bassett, Pitbull, Red Hot Chili Peppers, LL Cool J, Seal, Sharon Osbourne, Cindy Lauper, and many more. To add your voice and learn more go to

Golf Fore Africa: Give $10, Get 10 Campaign

g4africaOur friends at Golf Fore Africa have launched "Give $10, Get 10." This is a fun way to raise awareness and contribute to helping World Vision provide clean drinking water.  Just give $10 and get 10 friends to do the same!  Join this movement here and check out some amazing golf shots

Grundfos: Enabling Sustainable 24/7 Water Access

grundfosGrundfos, the global leader in pumping solutions, is working with World Vision to provide solar powered mechanized water systems, from the source to the tap, in rural communities. This approach is innovative, sustainable, and cost-effective. Learn more here.

Kohler: Partnership in Honduras


Kohler and World Vision have partnered for a number of years to bring clean water to people using Kohler Clarity filters. Our most recent collaboration has reached more than 20,000 people in World Vision program areas in Honduras. Check out this new video highlighting our partnership and to help provide more filters. 

P&G: Building a Bridge to Clean Water

On World Water Day, Procter & Gamble (P&G) is celebrating with their partners achieving the goal of providing 15 billion liters of clean water with the P&G water purification packets. A goal achieved a year ahead of schedule! P&G has committed to a new goal of providing a cumulative 25 billion liters of clean water by 2025. World Vision is a critical partner in this effort and our collaboration is highlighted today by National Geographic, including how World Vision uses the P&G packets as a bridge to more permanent water points. Continue reading here.



Patricia Heaton on Entertainment Tonight

patriciaPatricia Heaton, award winning actress and World Vision Celebrity Ambassador, has a personal mission to bring clean water to families in need, and with the help of World Vision she is able to do just that!  See her passionate plea for clean water in Rwanda as covered by Entertainment Tonight here



Check out this article just published by Smart Water Magazine where they interviewed me about our water, sanitation, and hygiene work.


Give praise for our donors and partners that are allowing World Vision to be the hands and feet of Jesus around the world. 

Pray that our efforts on World Water Day will not only build awareness but inspire people to act. 

Pray for the safety of our water, sanitation, and hygiene staff as they work in fragile states and unsafe areas.


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