A big Thank you to all our fans who follow our stories on FB. Thank you for sharing the links and letting all your friends know about our activities.  This creates awareness and the end result is support for the Foundation and the people we are trying to help.  Below are some statistics sent by FACEBOOK regarding our page:

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In the US, Kurt Peterson of Water Conditioning & Purification takes on marketing responsibilities as VP of Marketing, Strategic Donor Relations and Media. As the Advertising Director of WC&P, Kurt has developed close relationships with many industry members. He has been an avid recruiter of members for the Water Quality Association over the years and is well respected and liked by everyone in the industry. Kurt will actively manage a stream of communication with current and future donors to keep

I would like to thank everyone for a great turn out at the First Annual Lighthouse Point Chili Cook Off benefitting Wishing Well.

A special thanks to everyone who volunteered their time and resources for such great cause, to all the businesses and individuals who sponsored the event by donating items to be auctioned off and everyone who participated in the Tennis and cook off.

To all the tennis members and Chili chefs for putting up with Faith's harassment, but most of

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., March 22, 2011– Honduran President Porfirio Lobo and safe water advocates Triple Quest, Health and Humanitarian Outreach Projects (HHOP), Safe Water Team, and Vida Abundante Ministry have announced a new collaboration to install 40,000 Hydraid® BioSand Water Filters throughout Honduras during the next five years. Over the longer term, the group envisions supplying Honduras’ need for more than 265,000 of the innovative filters, which have been shown to effectively combat the leading causes of death and disease

Wishing Well has been in contact with Cascade Engineering so we can participate in the effort of deployment of Hydraid units to the tsunami victims in Japan. There are over 1.5 million people without safe water at this time and this number is likely to increase. The ships will sail from San Diego at the end of March. To those of you who have already donated to our cause a big heartfelt thank you. To those of you who have

Prior to the end of April on the 25th and 26th, meetings were held between Wishing Well and Food For The Poor. At the April26 meeting it was decided Wishing Well will ship one pallet of Hydraid filters to be used for Haiti. This marks the beginning of what we hope will be a long relationship. There is much work to be done in Haiti and we feel Food for the Poor is the right partner to do it with.




 Meeting with WQA very positive.  The meeting with Peter Censky and Margit Fotre was better than expected.  Peter Censky commended the work done to date by WWIF and vows to mention the Foundation and its purpose at his lecture at the upcoming WQA Annual Convention.  Robert Hague, President of the WQA, offered the Foundation a booth at the upcoming Exhibition in San Antonio, however due to such short notice the Foundation elected to be featured at H2O International’s booth (Booth

• University of North Carolina Symposium. WWIF attends UNC symposium on water to learn about sustainable technologies available for developing countries. While at the symposium Guillermo Guzman holds a meeting with Ken Conrad, Senior Scientist for Access Business Group Intl LLC and learns about Biosand technology. Ken has been using the Hydraid® system and has been doing research on ways to make the system more efficient. Ken suggests a visit to Cascade Engineering, the manufacturers of the Hydraid® System in

• Trade magazines open to help WWIF.  Water Technology Magazine and Water Quality Products publication offer to help the Foundation with press releases and advertisement. This would be an excellent venue to let the water industry members know of the activities related to the Foundation. Guillermo Guzman will also approach Water Conditioning & Purification magazine and ask for its support.

• Meeting with Cascade Engineering. In the middle of November and before the Thanksgiving Holiday a meeting is set up at

• Website goes live. The WWIF website will go live prior to the end of the month. The site is fully interactive and is set up for online fundraising. Individuals will be able to donate through a section of the site called MyWishingWell or Become Fundraisers. To become a fundraiser you must log in and create a username and password. There you will be able to create your own webpage, select from existing email templates and email your friends and

• H2O International Inc. and CECOS Inc. donate to WWIF. In lieu of sending Holiday cards H2O and CECOS sent electronic cards and donated the money saved to the Foundation. The idea was presented by Wendy Cyriacks, President of Cyriacks Environmental Consulting Services who had done a similar thing in 2009 and donated the money to the Homeless and the Nature Conservancy.

• Wishing Well International Foundation is born: Finally, a few years after the idea was born and after diligently refining the concept and deciding on the right timing, Guillermo Guzman Founder and CEO of Wishing Well International Foundation incorporates in the State of Florida. Wishing Well International Foundation (WWIF) is a Non-Profit organization bringing clean safe drinking water to developing areas. WWIF will also focus on Sanitation and Hygiene to enhance the quality of life and reduce disease and mortality.

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