IT’S WORLD WATER DAY! Take What You Love & Turn it into Water

TODAY IS WORLD WATER DAY! Take What You Love and Turn it into Water In honor of World Water Day we celebrate our supporters who have turned what they love into water! You have biked, run, climbed mountains, quilted, pledged your birthdays and bar mitzvahs, baked, and sold lemonAID. What do YOU love? The Sellars […]

Water1st International & Seattle Reign FC Form Partnership to Reduce Water Access Challenges for World’s Poorest

The Water1st Ethiopia Water Tour departs February 12. Travelers, including Seattle Reign FC players and Water1st Global Fellows, will experience the water crisis firsthand and meet the people and projects we support. Seattle – Water1st International is excited to announce a new partnership with professional women’s soccer team Seattle Reign FC. In addition to announcing the new partnership, Water1st […]

Lemonade + Seedling Stands = Clean Water for 135 people

Elli is a 7th grader at TOPS K-8 and serves on the Water1st Middle School Board. Through her participation in Carry5, she has raised $10,000 for water projects. “When I first heard about Carry5 I was in 2nd grade. Water1st came to our school and showed us a video about girls and women who had to […]

Water1st Middle School Board Member Travels to Ethiopia

Max is a 7th grader at Bush School. In February 2014 he and his mom traveled to Ethiopia with Water1st. The experience gave him a new perspective. “It was an amazing experience in so many ways. I got to see, smell, taste, and hear things that I’d never experienced before. But what really has stayed […]

Northwest School’s Carry5 Team Sponsors Water Points in Ethiopia

The Northwest School’s 2013 Carry5 team funded two more water points in Gonbisa Kussaye, Ethiopia. Since 2008, the school’s 8th-grade class has participated in the Carry5 Walk for Water, funding a total of four water points in Ethiopia. If your Carry5 team raises $5,000 or more, you can have a personalized plaque at a water point […]

“Thirst Quencher” – Tucson Weekly Story about CARRY 5

The Tucson Weekly is helping us get the word out about this weekend’s CARRY 5 Walk for Water at the University of Arizona.  UA hydrology senior and event organizer Michael Barnes is quoted in the piece: “The walk represents the daily struggle to obtain water, and through participating, we can help end it.  Participants carry (5 […]