Kelly Skilton is the founder and director of the Sonder Collective. In this new podcast, Elise caught up with Kelly to hear how Sonder came to be.
“Evacuees returned to Ambae a couple of months ago,” Moses explains. “At the moment there’s enough water... If more come back, we have problem.”
The responsibility to gather water often falls on women, who face serious risks when they don’t have water close to home.
Without safe water, Nerinda faced preventable disease, poor hygiene and scarcity of food and drinking water...
Raising money to change peoples lives is awesome! But fundraising can be hard!
You don’t have to call yourself a Christian to want to help people in need. But as someone who does, my Safe Water September reflects my beliefs...
In rural Zimbabwe, getting water isn’t easy. Marisa has grown up with a hazardous walk for water as a part of her everyday life.
Anyone can be a Safe Water September Ambassador!
Paul and his community moved to Santo following the impact of the volcano on their village. Water was one of the most urgent needs.
Every year it gets harder to go for a whole month without tea, coffee, and tasty beverages. So why do I take the Safe Water September challenge?