Dear friends,The recent trip to Ghana was an amazing experience, one I will never forget. It reinforced the need for us to do more and made me realize how unbelievably lucky we are to be able to help the way we do, unconditionally and without any expectations other than the satisfaction we get from helping others in need.

The trip was dual purpose. The first was to meet the people of Bagliga, where one project started July of 2012 and was

Deerfield Beach, FL – January 31, 2013. Guillermo Guzman, Founder of Wishing Well International Foundation (WWIF), is on his way to meet with members of the Safe Water Ghana (SWG) team to witness and assist with the deployment of filters to 50 more families in the village of Bagliga in northern Ghana. This latest deployment completes the project initiated by the students at St. Paul Lutheran School in Boca Raton, Florida. Thank you St. Paul!

Safe Water Ghana manages one of

Wishing Well International Foundation would like to take this opportunity to thank the sponsors and 24 anglers who participated in the 2012 Fishing Fools Fishing Tournament out of San Diego, CA in October. The money raised through tournament fees was used to pay for the boat charter and crew, provisions, tournament prizes and a sizable donation for the Foundation. The tournament sponsors were:

Falcon Stainless, Inc. - Gray Pender
Next Filtration - Steve Fox & Steve Gucciardi
Payne USA, LLC - Mike Baird
TST

Dear Industry Colleagues,
I am proud to inform you that a group of members of the Pacific Water Quality Association (PWQA) has decided to support the Foundation during their 2012 Fishing Fools Fishing tournament. The tournament is held yearly after the PWQA annual convention as a way for long-time members to bond and exchange fishing stories, as well as to discuss business opportunities.
Mike Baird, organizer of the tournament, announced earlier in the summer that part of the proceeds collected from the

Dear Industry Colleagues,

We are committed to completing the two most recent projects, San Jose de Ulloa, Dominican Republic and Bagliga, Ghana and we need your help. With the completion of the first phase of the projects, WWIF has started a new campaign to raise additional funds to complete these two projects before the end of the year. A total of 1,200 to 1,500 people will be positively impacted by our efforts.

San Jose de Ulloa and Bagliga, Ghana together host nearly

Deerfield Beach, FL – August 15, 2012. In collaboration with Safe Water Team (SWT) and its partner Safe Water Ghana Inc. Wishing Well International Foundation (WWIF) was able to implement the first phase of its project in Bagliga, Ghana. The 100- family project was partly funded by the children of St. Paul Lutheran School in Boca Raton, Florida who, in addition to providing clean, safe drinking water to the village, are busy collecting uniforms for donation to villages throughout the

Deerfield Beach, Florida – July 1, 2012. Guillermo Guzman, Founder of Wishing Well International Foundation, had a chance to spend time with management of the Good Samaritan Hospital, the nonprofit organization in charge of the Hydraid Biosand filters distribution center in the Dominican Republic. Guzman, who was visiting the Batey of San Jose Ulloa in late June, was able to visit with residents who had nothing but praise for the hospital and the individuals running the distribution center.

The village was

Deerfield Beach, Florida – July 15, 2012. After a long process of form submittals and backup documentation to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Wishing Well International Foundation (WWIF) received notice of approval as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, retroactive to September 2010. The long and arduous approval process has allowed the Foundation to achieve yet another milestone!

Under Section 170, of USC Title 26: Internal Revenue Code, the organization is exempt from income tax and contributions to the organization are tax exempt.

Deerfield Beach, Florida – June 15, 2012. Wishing Well International Foundation starts the first phase of a 200-family project in the Dominican Republic.   Batey San Jose Ulloa, which was chosen by WWIF’s Board of Directors as a Water Sourceproject for direct involvement by water treatment industry professionals, is preparing for a visit by WWIF Founder Guillermo Guzman the week of June 18, 2012. The village has already received an initial 50 Hydraid filters and Guzman, who recently came back from

Deerfield Beach, Florida – June 15, 2012. Wishing Well International Foundation starts the first phase of a 200-family project in the Dominican Republic. Batey San Jose Ulloa, which was chosen by WWIF’s Board of Directors as a project for direct involvement by water treatment industry professionals, is preparing for a visit by WWIF Founder Guillermo Guzman the week of June 18, 2012. The village has already received an initial 50 Hydraid filters and Guzman, who recently came back from a




Dear Industry Colleagues,
The recent deployment of Hydraid Biosand filters to the rural town of Oshoek on the border of South Africa and Swaziland, sparked interest from South African media and local organizations. It also renewed Wishing Well International Foundation's goal to bring the industry together to lead in the efforts to provide clean, safe drinking water to developing areas. Founder Guillermo Guzman was present at the deployment, alongside members of the Foundation's sister organization, WWIF-SA, Hands at Work, Bambanani and





Oshoek, South Africa – May 28, 2012. Wishing Well International Foundation South Africa (WWIF-SA), the sister foundation to WWIF-US, made its second deployment of filters to Oshoek with the assistance of WWIF-US, Hands at Work, H2O SA Mpumalanga and Bambanani, a local NGO doing work in the community.  Oshoek is a rural border town between Swaziland and South Africa. Hands at Work is a multinational non-profit organization working in vulnerable communities across sub-Saharan Africa where HIV/AIDS, poverty and numbers of

Oshoek, South Africa – May 28, 2012. Wishing Well International Foundation South Africa (WWIF‐SA), the sister foundation to WWIF‐US, made its second deployment of filters to Oshoek with the assistance of WWIF‐US, Hands at Work, H2O SA Mpumalanga and Bambanani, a local NGO doing work in the community.  Oshoek is a rural border town between Swaziland and South Africa. Hands at Work is a multinational non‐profit organization working in vulnerable communities across sub‐Saharan Africa where HIV/AIDS, poverty and numbers of orphans

Cape Town, South Africa – May 14, 2012. Wishing Well International Foundation South Africa (WWIF-SA), the sister foundation to WWIF-US, delivered its first batch of Hydraid filters as an independent non-profit organization. The filters were donated by WWIF-US and this deployment marked the beginning of the South African foundation's efforts. The non-profit was formed in South Africa to allow for local fundraising from the South African public and corporations to add sustainability to the efforts from the US.

Led by Tony



Multipure’s Pure Foundation Sponsors Wishing Well International Foundation








Our primary goal is to improve the health of children - by teaching them about the importance of clean drinking water and by assisting children in obtaining cleaner, more healthful water.
LAS VEGAS, NV (PRWEB) APRIL 24, 2012

Multipure’s Pure Foundation has become a Platinum Sponsor of Wishing Well International Foundation (WWIF), strengthening WWIF’s ability to provide safer drinking water to underdeveloped areas around the world.
For the Pure Foundation, this contribution fits perfectly with its

Page 3 of 5 12345
Logo slider