Celebrating Peace and Development
Sunday, October 8th: 12:00pm
Brunch at ARTISANworks, 565 Blossom Road, Rochester NY 14610
Join Water for South Sudan Founder Salva Dut on Sunday, October 8th at ARTISANworks in Rochester to celebrate another successful drilling season and honor our Founder's Award and Long Walk Award recipients. The award winners were all instrumental in helping Salva in the early days of WFSS, working passionately and giving generously to further the mission of the organization.
The news from South Sudan recently has been difficult and many people are displaced from their homes. However, there is also hope for the country and for the people of South Sudan. By continuing to drill wells and provide access to clean water, WFSS Is helping to develop this very young nation. Unrest in the country makes our work more important than ever.
Contact Cindy DeCarolis at email@example.com with inquiries.
Live Stream Event Featuring Salva Dut and Linda Sue Park
Tune in to hear Salva and Linda Sue discuss the book and more!
Wednesday, October 11 (time TBA)
Streamed from Monroe Community College, Rochester, NY
Watch Salva Dut and Linda Sue Park discuss A Long Walk to Water and more, and also answer questions from students! The live stream will be a kickoff both for the Iron Giraffe Challenge and the Global Read Aloud.
Monroe Community College's 10th Annual Walk for Water
Featuring Salva Dut!
Sunday, October 15
Walk and activities at Monroe Community College, 1000 E Henrietta Road, Rochester 14623
Join Salva Dut, MCC's Holocaust, Genocide and Human Rights Project (HGHRP), and friends of Water for South Sudan on October 15th for a fundraiser walk to benefit WFSS. More details to come, but mark your calendar.