Field Note #28: Amy Lockee's Story
Field Note #25: A word from our CEO, David Cuthbert
Our work is all about helping people we’ve never met. For Amy, the kindness of a stranger made a difference she could never have expected and changed her life in ways she would never have imagined...
Field Note #1: A Drop in the Bucket
David shares news about developments in Haiti and reflects on the transformation that clean water is bringing to individuals and communities.
Field Note #27: Making a difference in Cambodia
“My efforts are going to be a drop in the bucket, but if I would have never taken that step because it was too big of a problem, then we wouldn’t be anywhere right now.”
Field Note #26: Being Something Much Greater Than Myself
Discover more about the country of Cambodia and the role that clean water is playing in helping communities recover from a brutal genocide...
Field Note #14: An Interview with Ed Doughty
Experiencing the process of providing clean water herself changed Kalyn's perspective on where we all fit in the solution.
Field Note #12: App State Team in Cambodia
Leader of Wine To Water’s Charlotte Chapter
Field Note #11: Palkaka, Honduras
The Appalachian State University team travels to Cambodia.
Field Note #10: My Observations of Nepal Part 2 - David Cuthbert
Our volunteers make a difference in Honduras!
Field Note #9: My Observations of Nepal Part 1 - David Cuthbert
A continued reflection from Wine To Water CEO David Cuthbert.
Field Note #8: Kathmandu, Nepal
Wine To Water CEO David gives us his take on our Nepal projects
Field Note #7: Haven's Foundation
Wine To Water’s first trip to Nepal!
Field Note #6: Madi's Journal, Nepal
Two parents set out to help children all over the world
Field Note #5: Fe Arias - Dominican Republic
Madi’s reflections upon her visit to Nepal...
Field Note #3: Antia & Rose: The Dominican Republic
In the Dominican Republic, a woman helps to bring clean water to her neighbors.
Field Note #2: Santosh - Padampur, Nepal
Dirty water kills millions of young children every year. When 5-year-old Rose became seriously ill from the water in the polluted town river, Anita knew her granddaughter's condition was grave as they rushed to the local hospital.
Field Note #17: Interview with Amy Frank
The people our volunteers meet on their travels are often the memories that last a lifetime…
Field Note #4: Wedding Bells
Amy is a girl overcoming all odds and making a difference!
Field Note #15: Dominican Republic-The Ceramic Water Filter Factory
Every girl dreams of her wedding day….
What color flowers will I have? What will my dress look like? Who will I marry? Not being too far in to marriage myself, I know the details behind planning “the perfect wedding” can be stressful and exciting all at the same time. But truly, weddings are a joyous occasion that bring family & friends together to celebrate love and unity.
Field Note #16: Live #OnPurpose
The Dominican Republic is located on the eastern two-thirds of the island of Hispaniola, which rests between Cuba and Puerto Rico. The country has a geographical layout of a mountainous central and western area, with lowlands in the southeast. The population is estimated to be around 10.4 million, with 40% of the population living at or below the poverty line.
What do you believe? We believe that we should all Live #OnPurpose and love others!