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Meet our 2018 Summer Interns!

Meet our 2018 summer interns!
Meet our 2018 summer interns!

At Water Mission, our interns don’t make copies—they make safe water a reality for communities across the globe. From communications to finance to innovation engineering, these incredible college students and grads are essential to Water Mission’s work. Meet them below! Jake Voss, Innovation Engineering Intern From: Jackson, MI College: Michigan Tech University (snowiest college campus in the country!) Studying: Chemical Engineering Why did you want to intern at Water Mission? Water Mission provided the unique opportunity to combine my two greatest passions: God and engineering. The ability to serve others through my work while growing personally in a Christian workplace has been unbelievable. What’s your favorite project ... Read More

Walk for Water | Thank You Charleston

Girls carry buckets of water in Water Mission's Walk for Water.
Girls carry buckets of water in Water Mission's Walk for Water.

On Saturday, March 17, more than 4,000 people gathered at Riverfront Park in North Charleston to walk in solidarity with the 2.1 billion people worldwide who lack access to safe water. Participants walked from the park to Water Mission’s global headquarters and back again. With buckets in hand, they stopped midway to collect dirty water. Read More

10 Things to do to Prepare for the Walk for Water

Walk for Water
Walk for Water

The Charleston Walk for Water is only 16 days away! Here are the 10 things you need to do to make sure you’re ready. Register for the Walk. Mentally committed to go to the Walk for Water but forgot to make it official? It’s not too late! Register today at charlestonwalk.org, and make sure you’re on the list for March 17th. Raise funds and win JetBlue tickets. That’s right — we’re giving away JetBlue tickets this year! For every $100 you raise, you’ll be entered to ... Read More

Resolutions with a Purpose

Each new year is a fresh start, holding the promise of possibility, change, and hope. Many of us set resolutions, inspired by the chance to start over, hoping that 2018 will be the year that we finally accomplish that one particular goal. Resolutions are a great thing – an opportunity to learn and grow, to become more compassionate and to refocus our priorities on the things that matter most. But what if we could multiply the power of our resolutions this year? What if our personal goals could also create change for thousands of people around the world? Today and every day this ... Read More

High Impact Volunteer Exceeds 3,000 Hours

Cathy Sadler began volunteering at Water Mission in November 2008 in the aftermath of a deadly cyclone in Myanmar. Born in Vicksburg, MS, and raised in Charleston, SC, Cathy says that the most remarkable change that she has seen at Water Mission in the past nine years is our staff growth – from 20 to 60 – in the headquarters office. Read More