Stronger Together …
With an Outreach/WaterBrick food packaging event, volunteers team up for one-day to produce dried, non-perishable meals that are packaged for delivery in WaterBrick containers. These food packaging events give a community a way to encourage involvement in humanitarian aide efforts by combating hunger and stockpiling for natural disasters at home and abroad. As of Sepember 2012, Outreach has packaged over 210 million meals since its inception in 2004 for people in need in the U.S. and around the world. The Outreach Program is a 4-star charity in Charity Navigator. For more information, click here.
The mission of Ocean Futures Society is to explore our global ocean, inspire and educate people throughout the world to act responsibly for its protection, document the critical connection between humanity and nature, and celebrate the ocean’s vital importance to the survival of all life on our plant. Ocean Futures Society recognizes the importance of clean water as the essence of life and a birthright for everyone. To hear more about Jean-Michel’s collaboration with WaterBrick in a video, click here. For more information about Ocean Futures Society, click here.
Global Giving provides an easy platform for donors to make one-time, monthly recurring, or gift donations in honor of a loved one. Donate directly to the Haiti Relief Fund and other humanitarian projects organized by WaterBrick International. Once every two to three months, WaterBrick provides an update on the project so donors can keep up-to-date on their direct impact. For more information, click here.
The following corporate sponsors have given us generous donations to help WaterBrick with water initiatives for people in need through Global Giving:
- Cole Haan
- Capital One
- Hewlett Packard
Dow Chemical donated three rail car loads, or approximately 600,000 pounds, of its new high performance High Density Polyethylene Resin (HDPE) for the manufacture of WaterBricks. These WaterBricks were shipped to Haiti in 2010 as a water and food intervention container and oral hydration for cholera treatment. For more information, click here.
Convoy of Hope is a faith-based nonprofit founded in 1994 that has served more than 52 million people throughout the world focusing on international children’s feeding initiatives, community outreaches, disaster response and partner resourcing. Since September 2012, there have been more than 120,000+ children affected in El Salvador, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Honduras, Kenya, Nicaragua and the Philippines. Convoy of Hope’s feeding initiatives provide good nutrition, safe drinking water, healthy living environments and education to these poor areas. For more information, click here.
Wendell Adams, founder of WaterBrick International, joined Dr. Michael McDonald, the Coordinator for Haiti MPHISE and the President & Executive Director of Global Health Initiatives Inc., and numerous other teams members to focus on presenting a sustainable solution to the water filtration, water storage and overall initiative to stop the spread of Haiti’s Cholera epidemic. For more information, click here.
WaterBrick has partnered with Love A Child, a non-profit Christian Humanitarian Organization, that has been helping in Haiti since 1991. While their relationship will certainly make it easier to pass through the red tape of importing goods, the bigger benefit is that they are a trusted Haiti distribution source to get our donated goods to those in need. Love a Child distributed WaterBrick water and food storage containers into their new Miracle Village in the town of Fond Parisien outside of Port-Au-Prince. Love A Child is a 4-star charity in Charity Navigator. For more information, click here.