H20 Project

Support WFSS through The H2O Project, an easy, engaging fundraising option.

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The H2O Challenge:

  1. Make water your only beverage for 2 weeks.
  2. Save the money you would usually spend on beverages.
  3. After 2 weeks, donate the money you saved and give someone clean water for a lifetime.

It's as simple as that!

Follow these simple instructions to save a life in 14 days. Increase your impact by getting a group to take the challenge.

  • Take the challenge individually, as a family, or get a group involved. We make it easy — use our checklist and these other support materials, see links below.
  • Donations for this project should be sent to Water for South Sudan, Inc. Make your check, or checks, payable to Water for South Sudan, Inc. and write “The H2O Project” in the memo line.

Mail your donations to:

Water for South Sudan, Inc.
PO Box 25551
Rochester, NY 14625

Get started with H2O Project

Download Introduction Comments.pdf

Additional items you may find helpful:

Parent Letter Church Use.doc

Church Bulletin Half Sheet.doc

Project FAQ.pdf

Checklist.pdf

Brochure 2up.pdf

Brochure 4up p1.pdf

Brochure 4up p2.pdf

Water for South Sudan DVD (order here)

 

Participant supplies:

Gave Water Sticker Web Template.doc (Avery Template #8293)

Savings Scorecard.pdf

Tape-on Labels.doc

Wear reminder wristbands: Buy Alliance Antimicrobial Rubber Bands (Size #64 / Item # 42649) from your local office supply store, or contact Mailer’s Mart (866.232.2111). They offer discounts for large bulk orders.

Wrapping up:

Celebrate.pdf

Feedback Remit.pdf

Information about The H2O Project

The H2O Project was launched in 2001 by Steve and Brenda Koinis after Brenda saw a video depicting the removal of a very long guinea worm from a young African boy's leg. The H2O Project's goal is to raise awareness of the global need for clean water, and to equip the newly aware with a simple tool for making a difference. (Give up your sodas. Save someone's life!) 

WFSS has been partnering with The H2O Project since 2011. Brenda has now retired and has given WFSS permission to continue using The H2O Project for fundraising projects.