Water Matters

The latest on our work and those supporting it



Making transparency easy, fast, and free


Monday, August 24th, 2020by Tom Murphy

The Water Project has been sharing public, near-real-time water point functionality data on its website through bespoke API integration with mWater for many years now. Supporters, partners, and served communities have ready access to our entire water point directory with detailed reporting for each site that includes an mWater-powered historical record of each water point’s […]

 

Master Pools Guild – Brand Partner


Wednesday, April 25th, 2018by Lisa McAllister

We had the pleasure of speaking with Teri Wiltshire, Special Projects Manager of Master Pools Guild (MPG) and Carla Sovernigo, President/CFO of Alka Pool and past Chairwomen of MPG to learn more about their organization and commitment to providing clean water to communities in need. Master Pools Guild has partnered with The Water Project since 2015, […]

 

Bio Ouster – Brand Partner


Monday, April 23rd, 2018by Lisa McAllister

Bio Ouster is all about clean water.  It’s more than just their business – it’s their passion! They are a leader in household water treatment of hot tubs, swimming pools, jetted bathtubs, washing machines and water filtration systems.  In 2018, through a partnership with The Water Project, they expanded their clean water impact to include […]

 

Jade Yoga – Brand Partner


Wednesday, April 18th, 2018by Lisa McAllister

Jade Yoga has been a supporter of The Water Project since 2011. Jade is committed to making the world’s best performing, most environmentally friendly yoga products and giving back to the earth with every product sold – including clean water! We had the opportunity to speak with Dean Jerrehian of Jade Yoga about his commitment […]

 

New App: Impact Snapshot, now available!


Friday, April 21st, 2017by Lisa McAllister

We think you should meet the people you are helping. In seconds, you can. Our newest tool to connect you, your giving and the people you serve is now available in the App Store and Google play. Read more about Impact Snapshot and download it for free today!  

 

The Impact of our Monthly Donors


Thursday, January 5th, 2017by Lisa McAllister

Our incredible monthly members allow our teams to monitor and evaluate past projects to ensure they are still working. But, don’t take our word for it! Below, hear from our partner, Cornelius, in Kenya, about how monthly gifts impact ongoing work for clean, reliable water. For just $20 a month, you can join our team of monthly supporters and […]

 

The Water Project Now Accepting Donations Using Apple Pay


Monday, November 14th, 2016by Lisa McAllister

Concord, NH —November 14, 2016— The Water Project, a nonprofit providing clean, safe water and sanitation programs to communities in developing countries, brings supporters the ability to donate at TheWaterProject.org with Apple Pay, which is transforming mobile payments with an easy, secure and private way to donate that’s fast and convenient.

 

Q1 2016 Project Highlight


Wednesday, April 6th, 2016by Lisa McAllister

We’re excited to report 2016 is off to a great start! This quarter, The Water Project and our partners have completed 25 projects with 35 currently under construction! That’s amazing and it’s all thanks to our incredible supporters and fundraisers – YOU! Our quarterly project highlight comes to us from Chimoroni Primary School located in the […]

 

The Water Promise Update


Thursday, November 5th, 2015by Lisa McAllister

At The Water Project, we’ve always taken pride in being one of the first to report transparently about your specific giving impact through photos, in-depth project descriptions, stories, GPS coordinates and follow-up updates. Now we are taking another leap forward, enabling even more robust monitoring and resolution to ensure the promise of water keeps flowing.

 

We Know Water is Flowing Here


Friday, November 7th, 2014by Peter

Remote water-point monitoring is becoming a reality. Our monthly donors are making it happen. The L’Wanda K Secondary school, pictured above, is home to nearly 200 students. And as you know, daily access to safe water is essential to their education, good health and hopeful futures. But we really can’t fully celebrate the benefits of […]