Wishing Well International Foundation’s (WWIF) 6th Annual Golf Tournament will tee off at the Willis Case Golf Course in Denver, CO, on Monday, March 26 at 9a.m. Hydro-Flow Filtration Systems of Temecula, CA is the official sponsor of this year’s tournament. Registration for the shotgun/scramble event is already underway online (link). It includes a variety of options for those who wish to become sponsors. Funds generated by these sponsorships will go towards the purchase of water filters for future deployments. Hydroflow Filtration

WQA Convention & Exposition

The tournament precedes the annual WQA Convention & Exposition. Manufacturers, distributors and dealers of water products from around the world will converge on Denver from March 26 to 29. This gathering of water treatment experts is what led to the creation of WWIF back in 2010.

Representatives of a handful of WQA member companies cast a vision to provide clean, safe drinking water to people in developing countries who can’t afford to buy filtration products. WWIF has deployed hundreds of water filters in countries such as Haiti, Ghana, Japan, South Africa and the Dominican Republic. Their most recent deployment was the 10-1-10 Africa Expedition. WWIF representatives and sponsors deployed dozens of filters across southern Africa in September 2017. That effort created a positive impact for 2,000 people.

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“Corporate sponsorships and individual donations make it possible for us to do what we do,” said Guillermo Guzman, CEO & Founder of WWIF. “When company reps see the need that is out there with their own two eyes, they are moved to action. I’d like to offer a special thanks to Hydro-Flow for sponsoring this year’s tournament. Their generosity will make an incredible impact for the cause of clean water.”

“Day Zero” in Cape Town

Foundation officials are making plans for another deployment in 2018 with existing funds. Among other potential projects, they’re currently in conversations with partners in South Africa to determine how to help the people of Cape Town. The city of four million is scheduled to run out of water on April 12, or Day Zero. Click here to learn more.

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  • 884 million people in the world do not have access to clean water.
  • 1.6 million children die each year from waterborne diseases.
  • The Millennium Development Goal on child survival (MDG 4) will remain beyond our reach until diarrheal disease, poor sanitation and unsafe drinking water issues are addressed.
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