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
WWIF Team: Issa, Jim (SWT), Guillermo, Denise and KurtDeerfield Beach, Florida - March 15, 2012. Industry members at all levels show their support.
The Wishing Well International Foundation exhibited in Booth 309 at the Las Vegas Convention Center on March 8th and 9th. During the exhibition, visitors had a chance to speak with Guillermo Guzman, Founder, and Jim Bodenner, Executive Director of the Safe Water Team (SWT). WWIF and SWT forged an agreement late last year to collaborate, with the goal
Deerfield Beach, Florida - March 14, 2012. 1st Annual Golf Tournament a success: Wind blasted for a good cause.The golf tournament started as planned at 1:00 pm on Tuesday, March 6, in spite of high winds with gusts up to 70 mph. It was windy at tee-off time and no one really expected it to get much worse; however, by 4 pm, the wind was so strong, we were all getting pushed around and sand blasted. One good thing: any
Last call for 1st. Annual WWIF Golf Tournament
Dear Industry Colleagues,Our First Annual Golf Tournament is set to start at 1:00 pm. Tuesday, March 6th. We still need players and I urge you to reconsider and join a fun group who already signed up. So far we only have 22 players and we are committed to a minimum of 32. The following players have signed up:
Cape Town, South Africa – February 24, 2012 – Wishing Well International Foundation South Africa is born. WWIF South Africa has been incorporated in Cape Town in an effort to make the work of the parent foundation more sustainable in South Africa. Tony Marchesini, Senior VP of Operations for Africa and Ken Lister, VP of Marketing - Corporate Sponsorships and Fundraising initiated the filing process that will expand the reach of the foundation and allow for tax deductible fundraising in South
Boca Raton, Florida - February 17, 2012. In appreciation for the school's fundraising efforts to support the Foundation, Guillermo Guzman presented Janet Tumminello, Dean of Students, with a plaque. The plaque read: "St. Paul Lutheran School. In appreciation of your leadership in supporting Wishing Well International Foundation. You have helped save lives"
Inspired by the Rachel Beckwith story, the 9 year old girl who decided to give up birthday presents to raise money to provide people with clean water and who
Deerfield Beach, Florida - February 12, 2012. WWIF partners with Sailors Without Borders and vows to deliver Hydraid systems to be delivered to Haiti in early March. After attending a couple of meetings in Palm Beach, Liezel Maree contacted Guillermo Guzman and invited him to attend a Sailors Without Borders (SWB) meeting at the Palm Beach Sailing Club where the non-profit was sharing with its members the events of their most recent trip to Haiti bringing supplies, water, generators, computers, school supplies
Ken Lister, Guillermo Guzman and Tony Marchesini Cape Town - South Africa. November 30, 2011. Ken Lister, Financial & Operations Director for H2O International South Africa accepted the Position of VP Marketing - Corporate Sponsorships - Africa in a meeting in H2OSA's corporate headquarters in Cape Town. Ken has been actively involved with the Foundation since Tony Marchesini first joined the organization in 2010 and is very excited about the Foundation and its potential for growth in Africa.
Having been involved in the
Deerfield Beach, Florida - November 15, 2011. First three water purification systems donated by Western Sales, a division of Mission Support, arrive in Florida. The 1,500 gallon-per-day systems are the first three of potentially 60 systems to be donated by Western Sales over a period of time.
The systems include pre-filtration to remove sediments; water softening; carbon filtration to improve taste and odor and remove organics and reverse osmosis and UV disinfection to make sure the water is completely sterile before
Deerfield Beach, Florida – November 11, 2011. Key members of the Foundation attend the Aquatech show in Amsterdam to continue creating awareness amongst water industry peers. Guillermo Guzman, Founder; Issa Al-Kharusy, Senior VP - Strategic Development & Global Marketing; Kurt Peterson, VP of Marketing - Strategic Donor Relations & Media and Denise Al-Kharusy Marketing Director – Corporate Sponsorships were present at the recent Aquatech show Nov. 1 through Nov. 4.
Kurt, Issa, Guillermo & Denise Members of the Foundation had a
Deerfield Beach, Florida - November 10, 2011. Water Technology, Water Conditioning & Purification, and Water Quality Products magazines continue their support for the foundation in 2012. All three of the publications provided support in 2011 and they recently made a commitment and finalized their advertising programs for the foundation in 2012.
In addition to coverage of the foundation’s press releases in the printed and on line versions of the publications the magazines will run ads at various times during the