This project fundraises for a rainwater collection system for a school, clinic, other community building with Sawyer Point One filters to serve 250-350 people and two borehole rehabilitations to each serve 500 to 1000 people.
This project fundraises for a rainwater collection system for a school, clinic, other community building ($3,600) with Sawyer Point One filters ($750) to serve 250-350 people and two borehole rehabilitations ($2000 each) to each serve 500 to 1000 people. The objective is to provide greater water access for three villages in Uganda.
An evening event will be planned in which an educational video will be presented and other information about the projects will be provided. Food and soft drinks will be provided as well as a cash bar. Tickets to the event will be for sale. Sales will price will be determined later after evaluating likely attendance and other factors. A flyer will be created and distributed to family, friends, co-workers, and others inviting them to the event with a link to Ugandan Water Project for on-line donations for that cannot attend.
Other fundraising approaches will be used including sale of raffles and/or silent auction.
Content to be highlighted includes obtaining GPS coordinates of project locations and other information that would allow potential donors to gain confidence that their donations will truly make important positive contributions to lives of other people.
The event is tentatively planned for Thursday, November 29 from 7 to 9pm which is approximately 240 days.